Bering Air operates daily passenger and cargo flights to the village of Koyuk.
Location: At the mouth of the Koyuk River, at the northeastern end of Norton Bay on the Seward Penninsula, 90 air miles northeast of Nome.
Climate: Subarctic climate with a maritime influence. Average summertime temperatures range from 46 to 62 degrees F. Winter temperatures range from -8 to 8 degrees.
Visitor Facilities: No hotel, banking, or restaurant. Koyuk Native Corporation has one apartment for lodging (907)963-2424.
Washeteria available. Groceries and supplies available at the Beluga Store (907)963-3551 and at the Koyuk Native Store.
Contact: City of Koyuk, P.O. Box 29, Koyuk, Alaska 99753. (907)963-3441
Village Agent: Mala Otton (907)964-1280
For reservations, call (907)443-5464 or 1-800-478-5422