Lucky Jim Camp (in Clark County, NV) Populated Place Profile

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Lucky Jim Camp (GNIS FID: 847145) is a populated place LOCATED WITHIN the Nelson CDP. In turn, the Nelson CDP is located within Clark County.

Lucky Jim Camp is located at latitude 35.702 and longitude -114.803. The elevation of Lucky Jim Camp is 2,444 feet above mean sea level.

Since Lucky Jim Camp is located within the Nelson CDP, all of the census and demographic data for residents of Lucky Jim Camp are included as part of the information reported for Nelson CDP in the "Data" tab above.

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(Note: CDP = Census Designated Place. A CDP is a statistical area delineated locally specifically for the tabulation of Census Bureau data. While CDPs have specified boundaries, these boundaries have no legal significance.)

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Nelson, NV (1.4 miles WNW)

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