in the Lake and Peninsula Borough
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- Pronunciation/Other Names
- (pay' droh)
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Geography and Climate
- Pedro Bay is located on the Alaska Peninsula, at the head of Pedro Bay and the east end of Iliamna Lake, 176 air miles southwest of Anchorage.
- Pedro Bay lies in a transitional climatic zone with strong maritime influences. Average summer temperatures range from 42 to 62 °F; winter temperatures range from 6 to 30 °F. Annual rainfall averages 26 inches, with 64 inches of snowfall.
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- Sq Mi Land
- Sq Mi Water
History and Culture
- The Dena'ina Indians have occupied this area historically. The Dena'ina warred with Russian fur traders over trade practices in the early 1800s. The community was named for a man known as "Old Pedro," who lived in this area in the early 1900s. A post office was established in the village in 1936.
- Pedro Bay is a Dena'ina Indian village with a subsistence lifestyle.
- Federally Recognized Tribe
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- Pedro Bay Village
Facilities, Utilities, and Health Care
- Pedro Bay is accessible by air and water. There is a state-owned 3,000' long by 60' wide gravel airstrip. Scheduled and charter air services are available. Barge service is available from Naknek via Kvichak River. Goods are also sent by barge from Homer to Iliamna Bay on the Cook Inlet side and portaged over a 14-mile road to Pile Bay, 10 miles to the east. A dock is available.
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