in the Kenai Peninsula Borough
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Geography and Climate
- Kasilof is located on the east shore of Cook Inlet on the Kenai Peninsula. It lies on the Sterling Highway, 12 miles south of the City of Kenai.
- Winter temperatures range from 14 to 27 °F; summer temperatures vary from 45 to 65 °F. Average annual precipitation is 24 inches.
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History and Culture
- Kasilof was an agricultural settlement of Kenaitze Indians, which grew around a stockade built by the Russian Kolomin of the Lebedef-Lastochkin Company. A partial excavation of the area in 1937 found 31 well-preserved houses.
- Kasilof is a geographic location on the Kenai Peninsula, rather than a community. Most residents are non-Native.
- Federally Recognized Tribe
Facilities, Utilities, and Health Care
- The community lies on the Sterling Highway and provides a route to Anchorage. The state owns and operates the 2,165' long by 40' wide gravel airstrip, and there are three additional private airstrips in the vicinity. Kenai offers an airport and docking facilities. There is a boat launch at the Kasilof River.
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