Spruce Island (Russian: Еловый остров) is an island in the Kodiak Archipelago of the Gulf of Alaska in the state of Alaska, USA. It lies just off the northeast corner of Kodiak Island, across the Narrow Strait. Spruce Island has a land area of 46.066 km² (17.786 sq mi) and a population of 242 as of the 2000 census, mostly in its only city, Ouzinkie, in the southwestern part of the island.
From 1808 to 1818, Spruce Island was the hermitage of Herman of Alaska, later sainted and considered the patron saint of the Orthodox Church in the Americas.
Coordinates: 57°55′05″N 152°24′35″W / 57.9180556°N 152.4097222°W