Elberta (in Niagara County, NY) Populated Place Profile


Elberta (GNIS FID: 949447) is a populated place located within the Town of Wilson, a minor civil division (MCD) of Niagara County.

The elevation of Elberta is 325 feet. Elberta appears on the Wilson U.S. Geological Survey Map. Niagara County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Ransomville, NY (2.7 miles SW)
Wilson, NY (3.9 miles NE)
Newfane, NY (8.2 miles E)
Sanborn, NY (8.9 miles S)
Youngstown, NY (9.1 miles W)
Olcott, NY (9.4 miles ENE)
Lewiston, NY (10.5 miles SW)
Lockport, NY (11.1 miles SE)
South Lockport, NY (11.8 miles SE)

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Hopkins Beach, NY (2.7 miles NNW)
Rainbow Mobile Home Park, NY (3.1 miles S)
Roosevelt Beach, NY (3.1 miles NNE)
Coolidge Beach, NY (3.1 miles N)
South Wilson, NY (3.4 miles ESE)
Uneeda Beach, NY (3.4 miles NW)
Sunset Beach, NY (3.9 miles NNE)

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