Gilford Island is an island in British Columbia, Canada, located between Tribune Channel and Knight Inlet. The island has an area of 384 square kilometres (148 sq mi). Turnour Island is to the south across Tribune Channel, the entrance to Thompson Sound to the east.
Port Elizabeth is a large bay or port on the south side of the island at Captain Pender about 1867 for Elizabeth Henrietta, wife of Lord Gilford and daughter or Sir Arthur E. Kennedy, Governor of Vancouver Island at the time HMS Tribune was assigned to the Pacific Station, 1862–1864, under Lord Gilford's command. Gilford Point at marks the south side of the entrance to Port Elizabeth. Duck Cove at is at the head of the port. Maple Cove, formerly Maple Bay, is on the north side of the port at , named by
Indian reserves and other settlements
All Indian reserves on Gilford Island are under the administration of the Kwikwasut'inuxw Haxwa'mis First Nation.
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Gilford Island"
- "Atlas of Canada - Sea Islands". Atlas.nrcan.gc.ca. 2009-08-12. Archived from the original on 2013-01-22. Retrieved 2019-05-14.
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Gilford Point"
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Duck Cove"
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Maple Cove"
- "Gwa'yasdams" EmilyCarr.org website
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Metap (Former First Nations village"
- BCNames/GeoBC entry "Meetup 2 (Indian reserve)"
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Dakiulis 7 (Indian reserve)"
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Kyimla 11 (Indian reserve)"
- BC Names/GeoBC entry "Scott Cove (locality)"