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Twentyseven Lake map, photos, satellite view and comments. Twentyseven Lake is a Lake in Pierce County, WA with an elevation of 784 feet, or 239 meters above sea level. This place is also known as Bridges Lake.

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What's Nearby Twentyseven Lake
Twentyseven Lake 0.00 miles away
A Lake in Pierce, Washington
South Pierce Fire and Rescue District 15 Station 3 0.25 miles away
A Building in Pierce, Washington
Clear Lake 0.55 miles away
A Lake in Pierce, Washington
Clear Lake Census Designated Place 0.75 miles away
A Census in Pierce, Washington
Horseshoe Lake 1.01 miles away
A Lake in Pierce, Washington
Tanwax Lake Dam 1.03 miles away
A Dam in Pierce, Washington
Twentyfive Mile Creek 1.11 miles away
A Stream in Pierce, Washington
Mud Lake 1.19 miles away
A Lake in Pierce, Washington
Clay City 1.33 miles away
A Populated Place in Pierce, Washington
Ohop Lake 1.57 miles away
A Lake in Pierce, Washington

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Place Type
Twentyseven Lake is a Lake. Definition: Natural body of inland water (backwater, lac, lagoon, laguna, pond, pool, resaca, waterhole).

Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 46.9267166
Longitude: -122.2839596

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