Ocklawaha Hill, Florida


Elevation: 175 feet, 53 meters

True Isolation: 12.24 mi, 19.69 km
Latitude/Longitude (WGS84)29° 28' 2'' N, 81° 52' 5'' W
29.467124, -81.868084 (Dec Deg)
CountryUnited States
County/Second Level RegionMarion

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Ocala National Forest - one of the highest points in the national forest (possibly the second tallest) and probably the highest in the northern sector of the national forest as Eureka Tower is only 165 plus and this exceeds 175.The Ft Brooks highpoint is 173 but the recognized tallest peak in southern section is higher than this nearing 200 feet BSL
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   Distance: 12.24 mi/19.69 km
   Isolation Limit Point: 29.64, -81.915
Nearest Higher Neighbor in the PBC database:
    Putnam County High Point  (NNW)
RangesContinent: North America
Range2: Appalachian Mountains
Range3: Piedmont-Southeast Coast
Range4: Southeast Coast
Range5: Florida Peninsula
Drainage BasinsSt. John
Atlantic-Eastern USA
Atlantic Ocean
OwnershipLand: National Forests in Florida
Topo MapLake Delancy O29081d7 1:24,000
Data SourcePartially verified user peak addition
This peak was submitted to the database by William Musser.

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