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Campbell County, Tennessee, United States (36.38654 -84.13516)
Campbell County is situated amidst a geological border region between the Cumberland Plateau in the northwest and the Appalachian Ridge-and-Valley Range in the southeast. This border area is characterized by several large, elongate ridges, namely Cross Mountain in the west and Cumberland Mountain, Walnut Mountain, and Pine Mountain to the north. Ivydale, situated in the Plateau region, is the exact geographical center of Campbell County. Elevations vary widely across the county, ranging from 3,534 feet (1,077 m) at Cross Mountain to slightly less than 1,000 feet (300 m) a few miles away at Norris Lake. Norris Lake— an artificial reservoir created by the Tennessee Valley Authority in the 1930s— is the main body of water in the region. It is fed by the Clinch and Powell rivers as well as several large creeks, most notably Davis Creek, Big Creek, and Cove Creek. Cove Creek also feeds the much smaller Cove Lake— a recreational lake built by TVA in the 1930s as part of the Norris project— which is located near Caryville.
North Chattanooga, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, 37450, United States (35.06274 -85.30881)
Coordinates: 35.04274 -85.32881 35.08274 -85.28881 - Minimum elevation: 643 ft - Maximum elevation: 1,077 ft - Average elevation: 712 ft
Colonial Shores, Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, 37343, United States (35.13618 -85.19996)
Coordinates: 35.11618 -85.21996 35.15618 -85.17996 - Minimum elevation: 646 ft - Maximum elevation: 1,146 ft - Average elevation: 741 ft