Crunk (in Robertson County, TN) Populated Place Profile


Crunk (GNIS FID: 1281769) is a populated place located within the Commissioner District 6, a minor civil division (MCD) of Robertson County.

The elevation of Crunk is 682 feet. Crunk appears on the Springfield South U.S. Geological Survey Map. Robertson County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Pleasant View, TN (8.2 miles WSW)
Cedar Hill, TN (10.6 miles NNW)
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Glover Crossroad, TN (3.4 miles WNW)
Courtland, TN (4.1 miles NE)
Forest Grove, TN (4.5 miles S)
Perry Park, TN (4.7 miles NNE)
Pinnacle, TN (5.6 miles SSW)
Hygeia Springs, TN (5.8 miles E)
Flewellyn, TN (6 miles NW)
Williams Hills, TN (6.3 miles SSE)

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