Pilot Point is a city located in the U.S. state of Alaska. It lies in the Lake and Peninsula Borough on the Alaska Peninsula. It was also called "Pilot Station," after the river pilots stationed there to lead boats upriver to a huge cannery at Ugashik. Pilot Point depends on anadromous Pacific salmon, especially sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) which is the mainstay economic force of the entire area. Most residents depend directly on the salmon fishery for their livelihood. As of the 2010 census data, the total population of the city was 68. Pilot Point has a total area of 140.5 square miles at 57°33′37″N 157°34′56″W. The elevation is 82 feet above sea level. It has Zip code 99649.