is located on the Kenai Peninsula on the Kasilof River, 13 miles south
of the City of Kenai on the Sterling Highway. It lies at approximately
60░ 22' N Latitude, 151░ 18' W Longitude. The community is located in
the Kenai Recording District. The area encompasses 27 sq. miles of land
and 122 sq. miles of water.
Victor Holm constructed a cabin in
Cohoe in 1890. Holm sailed from Finland to Alaska to make his home. The
cabin and many of Holm's handmade items still remain; the cabin is
listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Cohoe was originally
an agricultural settlement where a post office was established in 1950.