Classic USGS Dawson Springs Kentucky 7.5'x7.5' Topo Map
Historical USGS topographic quad map of Dawson Springs in the state of Kentucky. Map scale may vary for some years, but is generally around 1:24,000. Print size is approximately 24" x 27"
This quadrangle is in the following counties: Caldwell, Christian, Hopkins.
The map contains contour lines, roads, rivers, towns, and lakes. Printed on high-quality waterproof paper with UV fade-resistant inks, and shipped rolled.
Contains the following named places: Allsbrook Ridge, Ausenbaugh Cemetery, Beshear Spring, Blakely Bend, Blue Hole Hollow, Buffalo Creek, Bull Creek, Caney Creek, Cap Spring, Chapel Spring, Charleston, Charleston Volunteer Fire Department, City of Dawson Springs, Coatney Ridge, Coats Hill, Creekmur Cemetery, Dawson Springs, Dawson Springs Division, Dawson Springs Police Department, Dawson Springs Post Office, Dawson Springs Volunteer Fire Department, Daylight Lake, Dunn Cemetery, Dunn Church, Durrigan Hollow, East Fork Bull Creek, East Fork Hurricane Creek, Fork Spring, Gibb Spring, Gobblers Knob, Howton Spring, Hurricane Creek, Lakeshore, Lick Church, Lick Creek Spring, Maple Swamp, McNeely Cemetery, Menser Cemetery, Montgomery Creek, Mount Hebron Church, Mount Pisgah Baptist Church, Murphy Ford, Nickson Hill, North Fork Bull Creek, North Fork Hurricane Creek, Orange Hill, Outwood Hospital, Pat Alexander Ridge, Penitentiary Bend, Piney Grove, Piney Grove Chapel, Purdy Hill, Rosedale Cemetery, Russell Ridge, Section House Hill, Sixseam, Star of Bethlehem Church, The Big Hill, Trace Creek, Tradewater Airport, Union Grove Church, University of Kentucky 4-H Camp, Walnut Grove, Walnut Grove Church, Waterfall Hollow, White Spring, Young Spring, ZIP Code: 42408