Little Rattlesnake Spring in Douglas County WA


Little Rattlesnake Spring - Physical Feature (Spring) in Douglas County

Little Rattlesnake Spring is a physical feature (spring) in Douglas County. The primary coordinates for Little Rattlesnake Spring places it within the WA 98845 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Little Rattlesnake Spring - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Little Rattlesnake Spring
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Spring
County: Douglas County
Latitude: 47.467872
Longitude: -119.7573021
GNIS ID: 1506222
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Lakeview, WA (13.6 miles ESE)
Soap Lake, WA (13.6 miles ESE)
Ephrata, WA (14.1 miles SE)
Quincy, WA (16.8 miles SSW)
Rock Island, WA (19.2 miles WSW)
Waterville, WA (19.2 miles NW)

Other Small Populated Places

McCarteney, WA (4.3 miles NNE)
Palisades, WA (8.1 miles WSW)
Adrian, WA (9.2 miles SW)
Farmer, WA (10.3 miles NNW)
Appledale, WA (12.8 miles SW)
Alstown, WA (12.8 miles WNW)

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