Located in Young Bay, north coast of Admiralty Island, 0.8 km (0.5 mi) southwest of Point Young and 16 km (10 mi) southwest of Juneau; Alexander Archipelago.
Named "Auke Bay" by Commander R. W. Meade, U.S. Navy (USN), in 1868 after a subdivision of the Tlingit Indians living there. Another Auke Bay, 19.3 km (12 mi) to the north, Board on Geographic Names (BGN) changed the name to Admiralty Cove in 1917.
Auke Cape, Cube Point, Entrance Point, False Arden, Hawk Point, Point Hilda, Hut Point, Indian Point, Inner Point, Point Lena, Point Louisa, Mendenhall Peninsula, Middle Point, Norway Point, Outer Point, Spaulding Point, Spuhn Point, Sunny Point, Point Young,
Mount Anderson, Auke Mountain, Mount Ben Stewart, Mount Bradley, Cairn Peak, Eagle Peak, Mount Juneau, Mount Maria, Mount Meek, Saddle Mountain, Table Top Mountain, Thunder Mountain, Topless Peak, Mount Troy, Vesper Peak,
Admiralty Creek, Arastra Creek, Auke Creek, Auke Nu Creek, Bay Creek, Bear Creek, Bear Creek, Canyon Creek, Cove Creek, Duck Creek, Eagle Creek, Elevenmile Creek, Falls Creek, Falls Creek, Fish Creek, Fowler Creek, Gold Creek, Grant Creek, Greens Creek, Hendrickson Creek, Hilda Creek, Johnson Creek, Jordan Creek, Kowee Creek, Lake Creek, Lawson Creek, Lemon Creek, Lena Creek, Montana Creek, Neilson Creek, Ninemile Creek, Paris Creek, Peterson Creek, Salmon Creek, Sawmill Creek, Snowslide Creek, Stink Creek, Switzer Creek, Waydelich Creek,
Auke (historical), Auke Bay, Douglas, Fairhaven, Fish Creek (historical), Hawk Inlet, Lemon Creek, Lena Beach, Mendenhall Valley, Mendenhaven, New Boston (historical), Starr Hill, Treadwell (historical), Tsantikihin (historical), Vanderbilt Hill, West Juneau,