Owlsville (in Schoharie County, NY) Populated Place Profile


Owlsville (GNIS FID: 972904) is a populated place located within the Town of Gilboa, a minor civil division (MCD) of Schoharie County.

The elevation of Owlsville is 1,778 feet. Owlsville appears on the Gilboa U.S. Geological Survey Map. Schoharie County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Preston-Potter Hollow CDP, NY (10 miles ESE)
Middleburgh, NY (10.2 miles NNE)
Prattsville, NY (10.4 miles S)
Stamford, NY (10.7 miles WSW)
Windham, NY (13.8 miles SE)
Richmondville, NY (13.9 miles NNW)
Hobart, NY (14.4 miles WSW)
Schoharie, NY (15 miles NNE)

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Mackey, NY (1.9 miles ESE)
Flat Creek, NY (2.4 miles SSE)
Broome Center, NY (3.4 miles E)
Breakabeen, NY (4.1 miles N)
Gilboa, NY (4.9 miles SSW)
Conesville, NY (5.8 miles SSE)
West Conesville, NY (6 miles S)

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