is located in Interior Alaska on the west bank of the Yukon River east
of the Nulato Hills. It is 18 air miles north of Anvik. It lies at
approximately 62░ 57' N Latitude, 160░ 03' W Longitude (Sec. 34, T033N,
R057W, Seward Meridian). The community is located in the Kuskokwim
Recording District. The area encompasses 11 sq. miles of land and 0 sq.
miles of water.
In 1900 the Nunivak, a U.S.
Revenue steamer, stopped for wood in Grayling and reported 75
inhabitants. The village was later abandoned. In 1962, 25 families moved
from Holikachuk on the Innoko River to Grayling. Holikachuk was prone to
annual spring flooding, and low water levels made the return trip from
Yukon fish camps each year difficult.