Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park (in Snohomish County, WA) Populated Place Profile


Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park (GNIS FID: 2607601) is a populated place located in Snohomish County at latitude 48.036 and longitude -122.231.

The elevation of Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park is 138 feet. Snug Harbor Mobile Home Park appears on the Marysville U.S. Geological Survey Map. Snohomish County is in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC -8 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Marysville, WA (2.7 miles ENE)
Everett, WA (4.1 miles SSE)
Hat Island CDP, WA (4.3 miles WSW)
North Marysville, WA (5.8 miles NE)
Lake Cassidy CDP, WA (6.7 miles ENE)
Clinton, WA (7 miles SW)
Mukilteo, WA (7.1 miles SSW)
Lake Goodwin, WA (7.5 miles NNW)
Lake Stevens, WA (7.9 miles E)
Fobes Hill, WA (7.9 miles SE)

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Delta Junction, WA (2.4 miles SE)
Everett Trailer Court, WA (2.7 miles SE)
Broadway Terrace Mobile Home Park, WA (2.7 miles SSE)
Pine Street Mobile Home Park, WA (3.1 miles SE)
Liberty Village Mobile Home Park, WA (3.4 miles NE)
Mobile Haven Mobile Home Park, WA (3.4 miles NE)
Twin Cedar Mobile Park, WA (3.6 miles NE)

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