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Wings Neck

Wings Neck is a peninsula that juts out into Buzzards Bay on the south side of the Cape Cod Canal, in Bourne, Massachusetts, USA. The southwestern tip of the neck is the site of the Wings Neck Lighthouse, which operated from 1889 to 1945, and is ...

                                               

Boston Harbor peninsulas and former islands

                                               

Copper Island

Copper Island is a local name given to the northern part of the Keweenaw Peninsula, separated from the rest of the Keweenaw Peninsula by Portage Lake and the Keweenaw Waterway.

                                               

Cordwood Point

Cordwood Point is a promontory of Cheboygan County that extends out into Lake Huron. Located 6.5 miles east of Cheboygan, it marks the east end of the South Channel, the southernmost navigational channel of the Straits of Mackinac. The point has ...

                                               

Leelanau Peninsula

The Leelanau Peninsula is a peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan that extends about 30 miles from the western side of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan into Lake Michigan. Leelanau County encompasses the entire peninsula. It is often referred to ...

                                               

Pigeon Point, Minnesota

Pigeon Point is an isolated peninsula located at the northeast extremity of Minnesota, in Cook County, Minnesota, United States. To the north of the point lies Pigeon Bay, which shares a shoreline with Canada and to the south is Lake Superior. Pi ...

                                               

Barnegat Peninsula

The Barnegat Peninsula, also known as the Island Beach Peninsula or Barnegat Bay Island and colloquially as "the barrier island", is a 20-mile long, narrow barrier peninsula located on the Jersey Shore in Ocean County, New Jersey, United States, ...

                                               

Bergen Neck

Bergen Neck is a name for the peninsula between the Upper New York Bay and the Newark Bay in the Hudson County, New Jersey municipalities of Bayonne and Jersey City. Its southernmost tip, Bergen Point, is separated from Staten Island by the Kill ...

                                               

Bergen Point

Bergen Point is a point of land that lends its name to the adjacent neighborhood in Bayonne in Hudson County, New Jersey, United States. The point is located on the north side of Kill van Kull at Newark Bay. It is the section of the city closest ...

                                               

Beatty Point

                                               

Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula

Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula is a large peninsula on the North Carolina coast, lying between the Albemarle Sound to the north and the Pamlico Sound to the south. The 5 counties of Dare, Hyde, Beaufort, Tyrrell, and Washington all lie wholly or par ...

                                               

Potowomut, Rhode Island

Potowomut is an isolated neighborhood and a peninsula in Warwick, Rhode Island. It is bordered by the Town of East Greenwich to the northwest, and by North Kingstown to the southeast. Greenwich Bay surrounds all other sides. Potowomuts name trans ...

                                               

Mason Neck, Virginia

Mason Neck is a peninsula jutting into the Potomac River to the south of Washington, D.C., in the U.S. state of Virginia. It is surrounded by Belmont Bay to the west, the Potomac River to the south and east, Gunston Cove to the northeast, and Poh ...

                                               

Possum Point

Possum Point is a small peninsula in Northern Virginia that juts out into Quantico Creek and separates it from the Potomac River. It lies in a suburban area of Washington D.C. Dominion Virginia Power operates a power plant on the point. The area ...

                                               

Miller Peninsula

The Miller Peninsula is a small peninsula in Clallam County, Washington and Jefferson County, Washington surrounded by Discovery Bay on the east, the Strait of Juan de Fuca to the north, and Sequim Bay to the west. Small residential communities o ...

                                               

Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula is the large arm of land in western Washington that lies across Puget Sound from Seattle, and contains Olympic National Park. It is bounded on the west by the Pacific Ocean, the north by the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and the e ...

                                               

Quimper Peninsula

The Quimper Peninsula is a narrow peninsula forming the most northeastern extent of the Olympic Peninsula of Washington state in the northwestern United States of America. The peninsula is named after the Peruvian-born Spanish explorer Manuel Qui ...

                                               

Bayfield Peninsula

The Bayfield Peninsula is a peninsula on Lake Superior. It is located in Bayfield County, Wisconsin USA. It is the northernmost region of mainland Wisconsin, with the south shore of Lake Superior to the west and the Chequamegon Bay to the east. T ...

                                               

Chequamegon Point

Chequamegon Point is a peninsula that extends into Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin, in the Town of Sanborn, in Ashland County, Wisconsin. Long Island is an extension of Chequamegon Point. Most of Chequamegon Point is owned ...

                                               

Wisconsin Point

Wisconsin Point is a peninsula off the shore of Superior in Douglas County, Wisconsin, United States. 3 miles in length, it is in the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve. The point is the worlds largest freshwater bay mouth sand bar ...

                                               

Alpha Ridge, Alaska

The Alpha Ridge is a mountain ridge in Denali Borough, Alaska, United States. Elevation: 3.420 feet. It is on the west side of the Kantishna Valley in the Denali National Park

                                               

Archimedes Ridge

Archimedes Ridge is a ridge in North Slope Borough, Alaska, in the United States. Archimedes Ridge was so named because it resembles an Archimedes screw in aerial photographs.

                                               

Chena Ridge, Alaska

Chena Ridge is a census-designated place in Fairbanks North Star Borough, Alaska, United States. It is the location of the former city of Chena, now a ghost town that once rivaled nearby Fairbanks in importance. Chena Ridge is now a western subur ...

                                               

Bobcat Hills (Greenlee County, Arizona)

                                               

Bolinas Ridge

Bolinas Ridge is a north-south ridge in southwestern Marin County, California. Much of the western side of the ridge is protected parkland in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the eastern side is watershed lands of the Marin Municipal ...

                                               

Inverness Ridge

                                               

Joaquin Ridge

Joaquin Ridge is a ridge in the Diablo Range in Fresno County, California. The ridge is named for Joaquin Murietta, a California Gold Rush bandit, leader of the Five Joaquins Gang, who used this region as a rendezvous and camp that overlooked the ...

                                               

Oak Ridge (California)

Oak Ridge in Santa Clara County, California, is a ridge forming the east canyon wall of Arroyo Hondo, which drains into Calaveras Reservoir. Black Mountain is its highest point. The first known white settlers on Oak Ridge were the Parks family, w ...

                                               

Rooster Comb

Rooster Comb is a prominent ridge located in Henry W. Coe State Park, east of Morgan Hill, California and in Stanislaus County. Its name refers to the large fleshy red skin atop a roosters head. The resemblance to a roosters comb is evident by th ...

                                               

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park

Sugarloaf Ridge State Park is a state park in Northern California, U.S.A. Located in the Mayacamas Mountains north of Kenwood, the park straddles the boundary between Sonoma and Napa counties. The park contains the 2.729-foot Bald Mountain and th ...

                                               

Lake Wales Ridge

The Lake Wales Ridge, sometimes referred to as the Mid-Florida Ridge, is a sand ridge running for about 150 miles south to north in Central Florida. Clearly viewable from satellite, the white sands of the ridge are located in Highlands County and ...

                                               

Pine Mountain Range

The Pine Mountain Range is a long ridge in Meriwether County, Georgia, Harris County, Georgia, and Talbot County, Georgia. In fact, the highest altitudes in all three of these west Georgia counties can be found along the range. The Pine Mountain ...

                                               

Taylor Ridge (Georgia)

Taylor Ridge is the most northwestern ridge in the state of Georgia within the Ridge and Valley physiographic region and is approximately 40 miles in length. To the west the ridge is bordered by the Cumberland Plateau region and to the north Tayl ...

                                               

Pine Mountain (Appalachian Mountains)

Pine Mountain is a ridge in the Appalachian Mountains running through Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee. It extends about 125 miles from near Jellico, Tennessee, to a location near Elkhorn City, Kentucky. Birch Knob, the highest point, is 3.273 fe ...

                                               

Haystack Mountain (Maryland)

Haystack Mountain is a mountain ridge in the Ridge and Valley region of the Appalachian Mountains, located in western Maryland just west of the city of Cumberland. The mountain forms the southern wall of the Cumberland Narrows.

                                               

Parrs Ridge

Parrs Ridge is a ridge which forms the summit of the Piedmont Plateau region in the U.S. state of Maryland. The ridge, a gentle summit by contrast to Marylands Appalachian ridges to the west, extends from southwest to northeast through Montgomery ...

                                               

Warrior Mountain

Warrior Mountain is a ridge located in Allegany County, Maryland. Warrior Mountain begins 3 miles northwest of Oldtown, Maryland and runs northeasterly to the water gap formed by the Murley Branch of Town Creek, 1.25 miles south of Flintstone, Ma ...

                                               

Barnes Ridge (Missouri)

                                               

Bear Ridge

Bear Ridge is a ridge in Pulaski County in the U.S. state of Missouri. The Geographic Names Information System marks its location as unknown. Bear Ridge was so named on account of bears in the area.

                                               

Bee Ridge (Missouri)

                                               

Brooks Ridge

                                               

Cane Ridge (Stoddard County, Missouri)

                                               

Hawkins Ridge

Hawkins Ridge is a ridge in southeastern Ozark County in the Ozarks of southern Missouri. The north-south trending ridge is traversed by Missouri Route EE and lies about two miles east of Norfork Lake. Hawkins Ridge church and cemetery lie adjace ...

                                               

Scrub Ridge

                                               

Musconetcong Mountain

Musconetcong Mountain is a ridge in the Highlands region of New Jersey running south of and parallel to the Musconetcong River. The ridge travels through Alexandria, Holland, Bethlehem and Lebanon Township.

                                               

Pimple Hills

The Pimple Hills are a range of the New York-New Jersey Highlands region of the Appalachian Mountains. The summit, reaching a height of 1.122 feet, lies within Sussex County, New Jersey.

                                               

Rocky Hill Ridge

Rocky Hill Ridge, also known as the Mount Lucas-Rocky Hill Ridge, named after Lucas Voorhees, an 18th-century landowner, is a diabase trap rock ridge running west to east in the US State of New Jersey. Diabase intrusions form Baldpate Mountain an ...

                                               

Mount Rose (New Jersey)

Mount Rose is a narrow section of the Rocky Hill Ridge in Hopewell Township, New Jersey which is 420 feet above sea level. The ridges western end is at The Sourlands at Hopewell-Pennington Road and its eastern end is near Province Line Road. The ...

                                               

Schooleys Mountain

Schooleys or, officially, Schooleys Mountain is a mountain ridge in northern New Jersey that stretches from Lake Hopatcong in the north to Hampton in the south. It is centrally located within the southern Highlands, positioned almost equidistantl ...

                                               

Sparta Mountains

The Sparta Mountains are a range of the New York-New Jersey Highlands region of the Appalachian Mountains. The summit, reaching a height of 1.230 feet, lies within Sussex County, New Jersey.

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