Tandy Knob in Van Buren County TN


Tandy Knob - Physical Feature (Summit) in Van Buren County

Tandy Knob is a physical feature (summit) in Van Buren County. The primary coordinates for Tandy Knob places it within the TN 38579 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Tandy Knob - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Tandy Knob
Category: Tennessee physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Summit
County: Van Buren County
Latitude: 35.7767339
Longitude: -85.5435883
GNIS ID: 1272077
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Nearby Cities, Towns & CDPs

Spencer, TN (4.7 miles ESE)
Doyle, TN (5.6 miles NNE)
Sparta, TN (11.2 miles NNE)
McMinnville, TN (14.3 miles WSW)
Smithville, TN (19.8 miles NW)

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