1.5 mi E of Lost Lake and 10 mi NNE of Seward. 0.3 mile long.
So named in 1964 by Alaska Department of Fish and Game because the grayling (genus Thymallus) was the fish used to stock the lake.
The Lagoon, Bear Lake, Crescent Lake, First Lake, Grant Lake, Grayling Lake, Grouse Lake, Kenai Lake, Little Bear Lake, Long Lake, Lost Lake, Lower Trail Lake, Meridian Lake, Preachers Pond, Ptarmigan Lake, Second Lake, Ski Lake, Troop Lake, Vagt Lake,
Mount Adair, Mount Alice, Andy Simons Mountain, Mount Ascension, Bear Mountain, Mount Benson, Black Mountain, Mount Eva, L V Ray Peak, Mount Madson, Marathon Mountain, Paradise Peak, Phoenix Peak, Sheep Mountain, Sleeping Sister Mountain, Solars Mountain, Tiehacker Mountain,
Bear Creek, Box Canyon Creek, Clear Creek, Falls Creek, Fourth of July Creek, Godwin Creek, Grant Creek, Japanese Creek, Lost Creek, Lowell Creek, Meadow Creek, Paradise Creek, Primrose Creek, Ptarmigan Creek, Rocky Creek, Salmon Creek, Sawmill Creek, Scheffler Creek, Schilter Creek, Ship Creek, Spring Creek, Spruce Creek, Stevenson Creek, Trail Creek, Victor Creek,