Cordova is located at the southeastern end of Prince William Sound in the Gulf of Alaska. The community is built on Orca Inlet at the base of Eyak Mountain. Nestled in the heart of a spectacular wilderness, the community looks to the ocean and forest for its livelihood. Watch commercial fishermen haul in their catch, try your hand at sport fishing, take a walk to Sheridan Glacier or ride the chair lift to the top of Eyak Mountain. Visit cordovachamber.com for more information.

A service area map for the community of Cordova

Make sure to visit the Ilanka Cultural Center with a fully articulated whale skeleton on display in the two-story entry atrium, as well as exhibits, classes and museum quality art are for sale. Shaped by its dramatic natural setting, rich cultural heritage and colorful residents. With fourteen hiking trails covering a total of 35 miles, all accessible from the Copper River Scenic Highway, there is something for every age and ability.