Alpine Shores (in Cherokee County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Alpine Shores (GNIS FID: 136829) is a populated place located in Cherokee County at latitude 34.217 and longitude -85.526.

The elevation of Alpine Shores is 604 feet. Alpine Shores appears on the Cedar Bluff U.S. Geological Survey Map. Cherokee County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Gaylesville, AL (3.9 miles NNW)
Cedar Bluff, AL (4.7 miles W)
Centre, AL (9.8 miles WSW)
Broomtown, AL (10 miles N)
Cave Spring, GA (13.3 miles SE)
Powell, AL (13.6 miles WNW)
Leesburg, AL (13.7 miles W)
Sand Rock, AL (14 miles W)
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Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

McWorther Subdivision, AL (1.4 miles NW)
Meadows Estates, AL (1.4 miles W)
Lawrence, AL (1.4 miles NNW)
McElrath Subdivision, AL (1.9 miles W)
Waterhouse, AL (2.4 miles ESE)
Alexis, AL (2.7 miles SSE)
Summer Estates, AL (2.7 miles W)
Howells Crossroads, AL (2.7 miles SSW)
Farill, AL (2.7 miles NE)

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