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Pillings Pond

Pillings Pond is a privately owned urban waterfowl reserve and breeding ground in the North Seattle neighborhood of Licton Springs, Seattle, Washington. It was created by lifetime resident Charles A. Pilling and has been a bird breeding site and ...

Seattle Fault

The Seattle Fault is a zone of multiple shallow east-west thrust faults that cross the Puget Sound Lowland and through Seattle in the vicinity of Interstate Highway 90. The Seattle Fault was first recognized as a significant seismic hazard in 199 ...

St. Marks Greenbelt

The St. Marks Green Belt, in Seattle, Washington, borders East Blaine Street to the west, 10th Ave East to the east. The northern and southern borders are vague at best mixed with trees and houses. The greenbelt helps buffer the noise from I-5 fr ...

Cross Lake (Shreveport, Louisiana)

Cross Lake is an 8.575-acre lake located near Shreveport, Louisiana. The waterway provides the water supply for the City of Shreveport. Moss covered cypress trees line the banks of this open lake popular for fishing and recreational boating. Supp ...

Ford Park (Shreveport, Louisiana)

Ford Park is a popular facility operated by the City of Shreveport, the seat of Caddo Parish in northwestern Louisiana. The 85-acre park is located in north Shreveport at 5784 South Lakeshore Drive near the municipal pier and boat launch. Ford of ...

Lakeside, Shreveport, Louisiana

Lakeside is a residential neighborhood in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA. In the 1920-ies and 30-ies, many of the rooms of the house, the shotgun-style house in which there was no running water, and the rental rates vary from $1.25 to $2.50 per week. ...

Mooretown, Shreveport, Louisiana

Mooretown is a neighborhood within the city limits of Shreveport, Louisiana, United States. It is located approximately 5 miles West of downtown. At one time, Mooretown was an independent town, formed in the early 1900s by a group of African-Amer ...

Shreve City, Shreveport, Louisiana

Shreve City is the area of Shreveport located between the Shreveport-Barksdale bridge and East Kings highway. Shreve City currently houses the neighborhoods of Shreve Island, Broadmoor, and South Broadmoor, between these small neighborhoods is th ...

Simi Valley

Simi Valley is a synclinal valley in Southern California in the United States. It is an enclosed or hidden valley surrounded by mountains and hills. It is connected to the San Fernando Valley to the east by the Santa Susana Pass and the 118 freew ...

Arroyo Simi

The Arroyo Simi is a 19-mile westwards-running creek, running from the city of Simi Valley and crosses the valley from east to west, before entering the city of Moorpark. It originates at Corriganville Park by the Santa Susana Pass, and streams w ...

Bard Lake

Bard Lake, also known as Wood Ranch Reservoir, is a 231 acres reservoir which is the largest lake in Simi Valley, California. It is situated near the intersection of Olsen Road and Moorpark Freeway, near the border between Simi Valley and Thousan ...

Calleguas Creek

Calleguas Creek is the terminus of a river system in Ventura County, California. It drains the Calleguas Creek Watershed, an area 30 miles long and 14 miles wide, which includes Simi Valley, Moorpark, Camarillo and a large portion of Thousand Oak ...

Challenger Park

Challenger Park is a 141.55-acre open-space park located in southern portion of Simi Valley, California in the Simi Hills. The park is owned and maintained by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District. Challenger Park is used for mountain hiki ...

Las Llajas Canyon

Las Llajas Canyon within the Marr Ranch Parkland contains the 1920s residential subdivision called Marrland and the surrounding open space area administrated by the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District and is located in northeastern Simi Vall ...

Mount McCoy (Simi Valley)

Mount McCoy is a 1.325-foot-high peak in Simi Valley, California known for its characteristic 12 foot white cross on the top. There are numerous trails leading to Mount McCoy, which sits in a 200 acres nature area operated by the Rancho Simi Recr ...

Oak Park, Simi Valley

Oak Park is a 100.5-acre open space regional park located at 901 Quisma Drive in Simi Valley, California, near Moorpark and California State Route 118. This county park, maintained by the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy, is situated in the foo ...

Sage Ranch Park

Sage Ranch Park is a 625-acre park and wildlife corridor located at a 2.000 feet height in the northwestern Simi Hills on the northwestern plateau of the Simi Valley, bordering Los Angeles County and its San Fernando Valley. The campground area u ...

Santa Susana Mountains

The Santa Susana Mountains are a transverse range of mountains in Southern California, north of the city of Los Angeles, in the United States. The range runs east-west, separating the San Fernando Valley and Simi Valley on its south from Santa Cl ...

Sinaloa Lake

Sinaloa Lake is a 12-acre reservoir in southwestern Simi Valley. The lake is adjacent to the Sinaloa Golf Course and neighborhood. It has a 35-foot deep earth dam which was constructed between 1925 and 1929. It has been owned by the Sinaloa Lake ...

Tapo Canyon

Tapo Canyon is a series of canyons and a wildlife corridor in the western Santa Susana Mountains, north of Simi Valley in Ventura County, Southern California. Regional TAPO Canyon open space Park and campground, in the management of the mountains ...

Tierra Rejada Park

Tierra Rejada Park is a 150-acre park located in the northern Simi Hills foothills, in southwestern Simi Valley city near Moorpark, in Ventura County, California. There are several trails leaving from the Park: Moorpark, mount McCoy, oak Canyon P ...

Willard Beach

Willard Beach is a beach and neighborhood in South Portland, Maine. The beach, which covers 4 acres, used for swimming as well as commercial and recreational boating. Southern Maine Community College abuts the beach. Willard Beach is known for it ...

High Bridge Park

High Bridge Park is a 200-acre public park located at Riverside Ave. and A St. in Latah Valley, Spokane, Washington. It is open daily, without charge. Lata a Creek runs along the Eastern border of the Park. In carving the valley of the Creek is s ...

Little Spokane River

The Little Spokane River is a major tributary of the Spokane River, approximately 35 mi long, in eastern Washington in the United States. It drains a rural area of forested foothills and a farming valley north of the city of Spokane along the Ida ...

Mount Spokane State Park

Mount Spokane State Park is a public recreation area located in the Selkirk Mountains, 23 miles northeast of the city of Spokane, Washington. The state park surrounds 5.883-foot Mount Spokane and other peaks including Mount Kit Carson, Beauty Mou ...

Neighborhoods in Spokane, Washington

Neighborhoods in Spokane, Washington are officially grouped by the Spokane City Council into three main city council districts: 1, 2, and 3. Each city council district contains multiple, official neighborhoods that are recognized with a neighborh ...

Saltese Creek

Saltese Creek is an approximately 9 mi long stream in Spokane County, Washington, United States. Originally only 3.5 miles, the lower 5.5 miles of the stream, along with around 10 mi of drainage canals were dug to drain Saltese Lake. The stream n ...

Spokane Falls

Spokane Falls is the name of a waterfall and dam on the Spokane River, located in the central business district in downtown Spokane, Washington. The city of Spokane was also initially named "Spokane Falls".

Spokane River

The Spokane River is a tributary of the Columbia River, approximately 111 miles long, in northern Idaho and eastern Washington in the United States. It drains a low mountainous area east of the Columbia, passing through the Spokane Valley and the ...

Sunset Hill, Spokane

Sunset Hill is a neighborhood located west of downtown Spokane, Washington, and just east of the West Plains. Sunset Hill is a region with a mixture of poorly zoned areas, subdivisions, and old neighborhoods. Aside from being split in half by I-9 ...

West Central, Spokane

West Central is a neighborhood in Spokane, Washington. It is home to Nettletons Addition Historic District, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in March 2006, and is also the largest historic district on the Washington Sta ...

Ames Hill/Crescent Hill District

Ames Hill/Crescent Hill District is an historic district in Springfield, Massachusetts, bounded by sections of Central, Maple, Mill, and Pine Streets, Crescent Hill, Ames Hill Drive, and Maple Court. This section of Springfield was the citys firs ...

Chicopee River

The Chicopee River is an 18.0-mile-long tributary of the Connecticut River in Metropolitan Springfield, Massachusetts, known for fast-moving water and its extraordinarily large basin: the Connecticut Rivers largest tributary basin. The Chicopee R ...

Forest Park, Springfield, Massachusetts

Forest Park is a Victorian garden district located in Springfield, Massachusetts, developed between 1880 and 1920. It is the citys most populous neighborhood, and surrounds the 735-acre Frederick Law Olmsted-designed Forest Park, for which the ne ...

Maple-Union Corners

Maple-Union Corners is a historic district centered at the intersection of Maple and Union Streets in Springfield, Massachusetts. The area is prominent as the location of the Springfield Female Seminary building, and for the distinctive homes of ...

Mill River (Springfield, Massachusetts)

The Mill River is a 1.25-mile long tributary of the Connecticut River in Springfield, Massachusetts. It flows from Watershops Pond to its confluence with the Connecticut River. It is referred to as "The Miracle Mile" in a 2009 masters thesis that ...

Pioneer Valley

The Pioneer Valley is the colloquial and promotional name for the portion of the Connecticut River Valley that is in Massachusetts in the United States. It is generally taken to comprise the three counties of Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin. The ...

Springfield metropolitan area, Massachusetts

The Springfield metropolitan area, also known as Greater Springfield, is a region that is socio-economically and culturally tied to the City of Springfield, Massachusetts. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget defines the Springfield, MA Metro ...

Watershops Pond

Watershops Pond is a lake in the city of Springfield, Massachusetts. Located in the Upper Hill neighborhood, it is the citys second-largest body of water, after the Connecticut River. Watershops Pond features 7 miles of shorelines and 186 acres. ...

Galloway, Springfield, Missouri

Galloway is a neighborhood of southeast Springfield, Missouri, United States. Galloway is located in a stream valley approximately one-half mile north of the U.S. Route 60 and U.S. Route 65 interchange and one mile south of Sequiota Park.

James River (Missouri)

The James River is a 130-mile-long river in southern Missouri. It flows from northeast Webster County until it is impounded into Table Rock Lake. It is part of the White River watershed. The river forms Lake Springfield and supplies drinking wate ...

Lake Springfield (Missouri)

Lake Springfield is a 318-acre artificial cooling lake located in Springfield, Missouri created for the James River Power Plant. It was built by placing a dam on the James River. It now serves as a popular fishing and recreation area. It is one o ...

Rountree, Springfield

Rountree is an affluent neighborhood in central Springfield, Missouri. The neighborhoods borders are marked by Missouri State University to the west, Glenstone Avenue to the east, Catalpa Street to the south, and Cherry Street to the north. Rount ...

Geography of St. Louis

St. Louis is located at 38°38′53″N 90°12′44″W. The city is built primarily on bluffs and terraces that rise 100-200 feet 30-61 m above the West Bank of the Mississippi river, South of the Missouri-Mississippi confluence. A large part of the distr ...

Aloe Plaza

Aloe Plaza is part of the Terminus section of the St. Louis Gateway Mall. It is two blocks in size and sits directly in front of Union Station. It is bounded by Market, Chestnut, 18th, and 20th streets. The square was conceived by Louis P. aloe a ...

Caves of St. Louis

The Caves of St. Louis have been important in the economic development of St. Louis, Missouri, United States. The city was built upon a complex of natural caves which were once used for the lagering of beer by early German immigrant brewers. Cave ...

Deer Creek (River des Peres)

Deer Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the River des Peres. Deer Creek was so named on account of the deer in the area.

Holy Corners Historic District

Holy Corners Historic District, so named because of its concentration of early 20th-century churches, temples and other large buildings of public assembly, is located on both sides of North Kingshighway Boulevard between and including Westminster ...

Lafayette Square Historic District (St. Louis)

Lafayette Square Historic District is a historic district roughly bounded by Hickory and 18th Sts., Jefferson and Lafayette Aves. in St. Louis, Missouri. Buildings in the district include a department store, a single dwelling, a public park, and ...

Maline Creek

Maline Creek is a stream in St. Louis County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of the Mississippi River A variant name was "the Moline Creek." The Creek likely has the name of the local Moline family.