Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park (in Jefferson County, NY) Populated Place Profile


Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park (GNIS FID: 2618250) is a populated place located within the Town of Cape Vincent, a minor civil division (MCD) of Jefferson County.

The elevation of Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park is 262 feet. Lazy Acres Mobile Home Park appears on the Saint Lawrence U.S. Geological Survey Map. Jefferson County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Cape Vincent, NY (5.8 miles SW)
Three Mile Bay, NY (7 miles SSE)
Clayton, NY (8.7 miles ENE)
Depauville, NY (9 miles ESE)
Chaumont, NY (9.4 miles SE)
Thousand Island Park, NY (12.9 miles NE)
Fishers Landing, NY (13.3 miles ENE)
La Fargeville, NY (13.5 miles E)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Millen Bay, NY (< 0.1 mile)
Sunnybank, NY (1.4 miles SW)
Green Cedars Trailer Park, NY (1.4 miles SW)
Warren, NY (2.7 miles SE)
Saint Lawrence, NY (3.6 miles E)
Sunset Trailer Park, NY (3.9 miles SW)
Rosiere, NY (3.9 miles S)
Le Petite Ciel Mobile Home Park, NY (4.1 miles SW)

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