Baldy Spring Number 1 in Chelan County WA


Baldy Spring Number 1 - Physical Feature (Spring) in Chelan County

Baldy Spring Number 1 is a physical feature (spring) in Chelan County. The primary coordinates for Baldy Spring Number 1 places it within the WA 98816 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Baldy Spring Number 1 - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Baldy Spring Number 1
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Spring
County: Chelan County
Latitude: 47.8581178
Longitude: -120.3191641
GNIS ID: 1533077
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Manson, WA (7.7 miles ENE)
Entiat, WA (13.6 miles SSE)
Chelan, WA (14.1 miles E)
Chelan Falls, WA (16 miles ESE)
Waterville, WA (18.6 miles SE)

Other Small Populated Places

Granite Falls, WA (5.3 miles ENE)
Shrine Beach, WA (6.6 miles NE)
Hollywood Beach, WA (6.8 miles NE)
Greens Landing, WA (7.7 miles NE)
Sunnybank, WA (7.9 miles E)

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