The Kugaryuak River is located in the Canadian Arctic territory of Nunavut in the southwest Kitikmeot Region. It forks into two entities, the Western Kugaryuak (67°46′N 114°25′W / 67.767°N 114.417°W / 67.767; -114.417 (Western Kugaryuak)) and the Eastern Kugaryuak (67°43′N 113°17′W / 67.717°N 113.283°W / 67.717; -113.283 (Eastern Kugaryuak)) and flows into Coronation Gulf.
Arctic charr abound in the Kugaryuak.
In 1928, a Hudson's Bay Company trading post was moved to Kugaryuak (Post Number: B.429) from Tree River.
The Kugaryuagmiut were a Copper Inuit subgroup that lived along the shores of the Kugaryuak. In 1990, three archaeological sites of tent rings were found along the Kugaryuak from precontact Inuit period.
Coordinates: 67°42′N 113°18′W / 67.700°N 113.300°W / 67.700; -113.300 (Kugaryuak River)