Eek is a city in Bethel Census Area, Alaska, United States. Eek is serviced by one airport, due west of the village, a second (former) airport located east of the village is the current site of a cellular transmission tower, the runway remains in marginally usable condition, however, and is occasionally used by private aircraft. A town dock provides access to the Eek River, which feeds into the Kuskokwim providing access to most surrounding villages by boat. During Winter months many residents utilize travel by snow machine and trails are laid out between the villages in the area. Trails from Eek run to Quinoghak to the south, Tuntutuliak to the west and the Bethel area to the north.