Opal Lake in Kittitas County WA


Opal Lake - Physical Feature (Lake) in Kittitas County

Opal Lake is a physical feature (lake) in Kittitas County.

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Opal Lake - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

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Feature Name: Opal Lake
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Lake
County: Kittitas County
Latitude: 47.4540312
Longitude: -121.0768677
GNIS ID: 1524065
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Opal Lake - Maps & Aerial Photos

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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Ronald, WA (15.4 miles S)
Snoqualmie Pass, WA (15.7 miles WSW)
Easton, WA (15.8 miles SSW)
Roslyn, WA (16.4 miles SSE)
Cle Elum, WA (19 miles SSE)
South Cle Elum, WA (19.5 miles SSE)

Other Small Populated Places

Kachess Resort, WA (11.8 miles SW)
Driftwood Acres, WA (12.5 miles S)
Lakedale, WA (13.9 miles S)
Hyak, WA (15.4 miles WSW)
Whittier, WA (16 miles SW)
Pine Glen, WA (16.3 miles S)

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