Bagby (in Mariposa County, CA) Populated Place Profile


Bagby (GNIS FID: 252799) is a populated place located in Mariposa County at latitude 37.612 and longitude -120.135.

The elevation of Bagby is 830 feet. Bagby appears on the Hornitos U.S. Geological Survey Map. Mariposa County is in the Pacific Time Zone (UTC -8 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Bear Valley, CA (3.1 miles SSE)
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Hornitos, CA (9.5 miles SW)
Lake Don Pedro CDP, CA (11.3 miles WNW)
Catheys Valley, CA (12.6 miles S)
Midpines, CA (12.7 miles ESE)
Mariposa, CA (12.8 miles SE)
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Agua Fria, CA (10.8 miles SE)
Granite Springs, CA (10.8 miles NW)
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Merced Falls, CA (12.5 miles WSW)
Hayward, CA (13.1 miles W)

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