flows NW to Mendenhall Lake, 0.6 mi. N of outlet to Mendenhall River and 10 mi. NW of Juneau, Coast Mts.
Local descriptive name published by Adolf Knopf (1912a, pl. 1), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Auke Cape, Entrance Point, Point Hilda, Hut Point, Indian Point, Inner Point, Inspiration Point, Point Lena, Point Louisa, Mendenhall Peninsula, Middle Point, Norway Point, Outer Point, Spaulding Point, Spuhn Point, Point Stephens, Sunny Point,
Amherst Peak, Mount Anderson, Auke Mountain, Mount Ben Stewart, Mount Bradley, Bulger Hill, Bullard Mountain, Cairn Peak, Cathedral Peak, The Dukes, Emperor Peak, Mount Ernest Gruening, Folded Towers, Glacier Grub Tower, Mount Juneau, Little Matterhorn, Mount Maria, McDonough Peak, McGinnis Mountain, Mount Meek, North Nugget Spire, Nugget Mountain, Princess Peak, Rhino Peak, Saddle Mountain, The Snow Towers, Snowdrift Peak, Spencer Peak, Stroller White Mountain, Table Top Mountain, Taku Towers, Thunder Mountain, Topless Peak, Treasury Hill, Triangle Peak, Mount Troy, Vesper Peak, Mount Wrather,
Arastra Creek, Auke Creek, Auke Nu Creek, Bay Creek, Bear Creek, Bear Creek, Canyon Creek, Canyon Creek, Cove Creek, Cross Bay Creek, Duck Creek, Eagle Creek, Elevenmile Creek, Fall Creek, Falls Creek, Fish Creek, Goat Creek, Gold Creek, Goose Creek, Granite Creek, Grant Creek, Hendrickson Creek, Hilda Creek, Johnson Creek, Jordan Creek, Kowee Creek, Lake Creek, Lawson Creek, Lemon Creek, Lena Creek, McGinnis Creek, Montana Creek, Neilson Creek, Ninemile Creek, Nugget Creek, Paris Creek, Peterson Creek, Salmon Creek, Sawmill Creek, Slate Creek, Snowslide Creek, Steep Creek, Switzer Creek, Tee Creek, Vista Creek, Waydelich Creek, Windfall Creek,
Auke (historical), Auke Bay, Douglas, Fairhaven, Fish Creek (historical), Lemon Creek, Lena Beach, Mendenhall Valley, Mendenhaven, New Boston (historical), Saint Terese, Starr Hill, Tee Harbor, Treadwell (historical), Tsantikihin (historical), Vanderbilt Hill, West Juneau,