On the SE end of Prince of Wales Island, encompasses the entire width of the island at its southeasternmost 1.6 km (1 mi) of Kasaan Peninsula, 1.6 km (1 mi) NW of Grindall Island, Alex. Arch.
Named by Capt George Vancouver, for Capt Grindall, Royal Navy (RN) (Dictionary of AK Place Names, 1969). "Having been discovered by James Johnstone, August 25, 1793 (Wagner, 1937, p. 390). This feature is "Sometimes called by the traders Cone Point" (U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1883, p. 85).
Bond Bay, Cholmondeley Sound, Clover Bay, Helm Bay, Kasaan Bay, Linney Bay, McKenzie Inlet, Saltery Cove, Skowl Arm, Smith Cove, Smith Lagoon, Smugglers Cove, Spiral Cove, Sunny Cove, Trollers Cove, West Arm Cholmondeley Sound, Windfall Harbor,
Anderson Point, Approach Point, Caamano Point, Chasina Point, Clover Point, Doctor Point, Figgins Point, Giants Head, Grindall Point, Island Point, Kasaan Peninsula, Kasaan Point, Khayyam Point, Lyman Point, Niblack Point, Sawmill Point, Skowl Point, Sunny Point, Thumb Point,
Chasina Island, Daisy Island, East Sentinel Island, Forss Island, Grindall Island, High Island, Kasaan Island, King Island, Kluanil Island, McKenzie Rock, Patterson Island, Peacock Island, Ship Island, Skin Island, Skowl Island, Streets Island, Thomas Island,