Ochoa Field in Adams County WA


Ochoa Field - Cultural Feature (Airport) in Adams County

Ochoa Field is a cultural feature (airport) in Adams County. The primary coordinates for Ochoa Field places it within the WA 99344 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Ochoa Field - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Ochoa Field
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Airport
Description: Facility is located 3 mi NE from Othello
County: Adams County
Latitude: 46.8576664
Longitude: -119.1429166
GNIS ID: 1533873
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Othello, WA (2.7 miles SW)
Warden, WA (9.1 miles NNE)
Hatton, WA (16 miles ESE)
Basin City, WA (18.3 miles S)
Connell, WA (19 miles SE)
Moses Lake, WA (19.9 miles NNW)

Other Small Populated Places

Novara, WA (1.4 miles NNW)
Bruce, WA (4.5 miles ESE)
Koren, WA (7.4 miles SE)
West Warden, WA (8.5 miles NNE)
Shano, WA (9.8 miles SE)
Ritell, WA (12.6 miles NNE)

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