5 mi. E of Whale Bay, on S central Baranof I., Alex. Arch. 1.7 miles long.
Named in 1933 byU.S. Forest Service (USFS)for Lieutenant Gavril Ivanovich Davidof of the Russian Imperial Navy, author, and commander of various Russian vessels in Alaskan waters.
Port Herbert, Port Banks, Port Herbert, Close Bay, Deep Cove, Dorothy Cove, Great Arm, Great Arm Whale Bay, Gut Bay, Hoggatt Bay, Mist Cove, Patterson Bay, Rakovoi Bay, Sandy Bay, Secluded Bay, Small Arm, Snipe Bay, Still Harbor, Whale Bay,
Antipatr Lake, Avoss Lake, Banner Lake, Baturin Lake, Benzeman Lake, Blanchard Lake, Brentwood Lake, Brentwood Lakes, Cliff Lake, Davidof Lake, Deer Lake, Falls Lake, Fawn Lake, Finger Lake, Khvostof Lake, Maksoutof Lake, Nakvassin Lake, Lake Osprey, Parry Lake, Plotnikof Lake, Politofski Lake, Rezanof Lake, Rostislaf Lakes, Upper Brentwood Lake, Yermak Lake,