Castilla (in Utah County, UT) Populated Place Profile


Castilla (GNIS FID: 1439508) is a populated place located in Utah County at latitude 40.036 and longitude -111.526.

The elevation of Castilla is 4,924 feet. Castilla appears on the Spanish Fork Peak U.S. Geological Survey Map. Utah County is in the Mountain Time Zone (UTC -7 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Woodland Hills, UT (6.7 miles WSW)
Mapleton, UT (7.1 miles NNW)
Salem, UT (7.9 miles W)
Elk Ridge, UT (8.2 miles WSW)
Spanish Fork, UT (8.8 miles NW)
Springville, UT (10.1 miles NNW)
Payson, UT (10.9 miles W)
Benjamin, UT (11.7 miles WNW)
Palmyra, UT (11.7 miles NW)
Spring Lake, UT (11.9 miles WSW)

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Gomex, UT (3.9 miles NW)
Moark Junction, UT (4.5 miles NW)
Sutro, UT (5.5 miles NW)
Rio, UT (6 miles ESE)
Patrick Place, UT (6.6 miles ENE)
Birdseye, UT (7.7 miles S)
Wagon Wheel Trailer Park, UT (9.7 miles NNW)
Three Forks, UT (9.7 miles ENE)

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