Tsoo-Yess River in Clallam County WA


Tsoo-Yess River - Physical Feature (Stream) in Clallam County

Tsoo-Yess River is a physical feature (stream) in Clallam County. The primary coordinates for Tsoo-Yess River places it within the WA 98381 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Tsoo-Yess River - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Tsoo-Yess River
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Stream
Description: Approx. 14.5 mi. long; flows generally W then NW onto the Makah Indian Reservation to enter the Pacific Ocean at Makah Bay; Tps. 32-33N, Rgs 14-15W, Willamette Meridian
County: Clallam County
Latitude: 48.3265255
Longitude: -124.6604061
GNIS ID: 1526111
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Neah Bay, WA (3.4 miles NNE)
Sekiu, WA (17.1 miles ESE)
Clallam Bay, WA (19.1 miles ESE)

Other Small Populated Places

Waatch, WA (1.4 miles NNW)
Tsoo-Yess, WA (1.4 miles S)
Classet, WA (4.1 miles N)

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