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North Oak Brush Creek, Utah

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North Oak Brush Creek map, photos, satellite view and comments. North Oak Brush Creek is a Stream in Tooele County, UT with an elevation of 5,643 feet, or 1,720 meters above sea level.

A satellite image of the North Oak Brush Creek area in Tooele County, UT.


What's Nearby North Oak Brush Creek
North Oak Brush Creek 0.00 miles away
A Stream in Tooele, Utah
Dutch Creek 1.24 miles away
A Stream in Tooele, Utah
Vernon Creek 1.75 miles away
A Stream in Tooele, Utah
Benmore Experimental Pastures 1.82 miles away
A Flat in Tooele, Utah
Vernon Cemetery 2.34 miles away
A Cemetery in Tooele, Utah
Vernon Fire Department 2.34 miles away
A Building in Tooele, Utah
West Well 2.45 miles away
A Well in Tooele, Utah
Town of Vernon 2.45 miles away
A Civil in Tooele, Utah
East Government Creek 2.53 miles away
A Stream in Tooele, Utah
Vernon 2.64 miles away
A Populated Place in Tooele, Utah

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Place Type
North Oak Brush Creek is a Stream. Definition: Linear body of water flowing on the Earth's surface (anabranch, awawa, bayou, branch, brook, creek, distributary, fork, kill, pup, rio, river, run, slough).


Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 40.0591123
Longitude: -112.4585649


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