|• location||Aleknagik Lake|
|Length||33 km (21 mi)|
Wood River is a waterway in Alaska as well as a location outside Dillingham, Alaska by Wood River Road and the Wood River. The Wood River Lakes Trail is used for backcountry float trips. The Wood River Mountains are nearby. Wood River Road is one of the areas transportation routes. The rivers source is the Aleknagik Lake. The river runs past Dillingham where it meets the Nushagak River and enters Nushagak Bay. Nushagak was a former trading post by the area where the rivers met.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Wood River
- Tordoff, Spencer; Dillingham, KDLG- (July 19, 2016). "Wood River towers: where sockeye salmon are counted".
- Bendinger, Dave. "Icicle continues to invest at Wood River". www.kdlg.org.