Lake Camanche Ranches (in Calaveras County, CA) Populated Place Profile


Lake Camanche Ranches (GNIS FID: 1804842) is a populated place located in Calaveras County at latitude 38.194 and longitude -120.936.

The elevation of Lake Camanche Ranches is 322 feet. Lake Camanche Ranches appears on the Wallace U.S. Geological Survey Map. Calaveras County is in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC -8 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Wallace, CA (2.4 miles W)
Camanche North Shore CDP, CA (3.6 miles NNW)
Camanche Village, CA (5.6 miles NNW)
Valley Springs, CA (5.8 miles E)
Rancho Calaveras, CA (6.3 miles SE)
Buena Vista, CA (7 miles N)
Dogtown, CA (8.4 miles W)
Ione, CA (10.9 miles N)
Lockeford, CA (11.8 miles W)
Jackson, CA (13.8 miles NE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

South Camanche Shore, CA (2.4 miles ENE)
Burson, CA (2.7 miles ESE)
Goodmans Corner, CA (2.7 miles WNW)
Campo Seco, CA (4.9 miles ENE)
Quail Oaks, CA (5.3 miles E)
Oak Grove, CA (6 miles SSE)
Camp Pardee, CA (6.3 miles NE)
Mother Lode Acres, CA (6.3 miles SSE)
Scenic Valley Ranchos, CA (6.6 miles SE)
Jenny Lind, CA (7.7 miles SSE)

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