Port Graham Corporation has selected lands that have potential for economic development including commercial timber land, mineral estates as well as lands that have potential for tourism, and lands of cultural and historical importance to the Alutiiq people.
The Port Graham region has some of the most unique tourism areas in the state. High mountain vistas, tidewater and massive glaciers, deep fjords, protected bays and inlets, abundance of wildlife and access from major population centers make this region ideally suited for the tourism industry.
Port Graham Corporation owns lands within the Kenai Fjords National Park. A major portion of PGC lands lie within the Prince William Sound, which is well recognized as a visitor’s paradise.