Ugashik is a village located 369 miles southeast of Anchorage, on the eastern shore of the Ugashik River. Ugashik’s total area is 248.7 square miles, 233.9 square miles being land and 14.8 square miles of water. APC owns a total of 135,085 acres around Ugashik.
Ugashik’s population taken from census in 2000 was 11 people and a population density of 0.0 people per square mile. There were 7 households and 2 families. The racial makeup was 18.8 % white, 72.73% Native American, and 9.09% from two or more races.
This Aleut village was first recorded in 1880 as “oogashik”.