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Eucha Dam map, photos, satellite view and comments. Eucha Dam is a Dam in Delaware County, OK with an elevation of 738 feet, or 225 meters above sea level. This place is also known as Upper Spavinaw Lake Dam.

A satellite image of the Eucha Dam area in Delaware County, OK.

What's Nearby Eucha Dam
Eucha Dam 0.00 miles away
A Dam in Delaware, Oklahoma
Spavinaw Hills State Game Refuge 0.92 miles away
A Park in Delaware, Oklahoma
Refuge Headquaters 0.95 miles away
A Building in Delaware, Oklahoma
Old Eucha 1.38 miles away
A Civil in Delaware, Oklahoma
Old Eucha Census Designated Place 1.43 miles away
A Census in Delaware, Oklahoma
Galcatcher Hollow 1.46 miles away
A Valley in Delaware, Oklahoma
Fairview Hollow 1.55 miles away
A Valley in Delaware, Oklahoma
Hail Hollow 2.09 miles away
A Valley in Delaware, Oklahoma
Old Eucha 2.21 miles away
A Populated Place in Delaware, Oklahoma
Soldier Hollow 2.42 miles away
A Valley in Delaware, Oklahoma

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Place Type
Eucha Dam is a Dam. Definition: Water barrier or embankment built across the course of a stream or into a body of water to control and (or) impound the flow of water (breakwater, dike, jetty).

Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 36.3754852
Longitude: -94.9340357

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