Martintown (in Jackson County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Martintown (GNIS FID: 122344) is a populated place located in Jackson County at latitude 34.744 and longitude -85.921.

The elevation of Martintown is 709 feet. Martintown appears on the Hollywood U.S. Geological Survey Map. Jackson County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Hollywood, AL (3.4 miles WSW)
Pisgah, AL (6 miles SE)
Scottsboro, AL (8.1 miles SW)
Dutton, AL (9.2 miles S)
Stevenson, AL (9.8 miles NNE)
Henagar, AL (11.5 miles SE)
Section, AL (12 miles SSW)
Skyline, AL (12.1 miles WNW)
Ider, AL (13.8 miles E)
Sylvania, AL (14 miles SSE)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Nacoochee Point Subdivision, AL (1.4 miles ENE)
Riverland Estates, AL (1.9 miles SSW)
Bellefonte, AL (2.7 miles SSW)
Wannville, AL (3.4 miles NE)
Fackler, AL (3.4 miles N)
Georgetown, AL (3.6 miles SSE)
Carns, AL (5.5 miles NW)
Blackankle, AL (5.8 miles W)
Kyles, AL (6.1 miles NW)
Sam Gant Subdivision, AL (6.4 miles SSW)

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