Horner Lake Dam in Motley County TX


Horner Lake Dam - Cultural Feature (Dam) in Motley County

Horner Lake Dam is a cultural feature (dam) in Motley County. The primary coordinates for Horner Lake Dam places it within the TX 79234 ZIP Code delivery area.

In the Maps and Aerial Photos section below, you'll find links to: (1) Local area photos around Horner Lake Dam, (2) A listing of the nearest hotels to Horner Lake Dam and (3) Driving Directions to Horner Lake Dam from almost anywhere. The location of Horner Lake Dam is marked on an interactive map. The map can be searched by either business name or business category.


Horner Lake Dam - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Horner Lake Dam
Category: Texas physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Cultural
Class: Dam
County: Motley County
Latitude: 34.1234058
Longitude: -100.9270852
GNIS ID: 1861783
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

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