ⓘ Lake Santeetlah, North Carolina
Lake Santeetlah is a town in Graham County, North Carolina, United States, 6 miles northwest of Robbinsville on a peninsula surrounded by Lake Santeetlah - which in turn is largely surrounded by Nantahala National Forest. The town has more than two hundred residences, many of them second homes owned by permanent residents of Florida and Georgia. The town was organized in 1989 as "Santeetlah", in 1999, it changed its name to "Lake Santeetlah". The full-time population was 67 at the 2000 census and dropped to 45 in 2010.
- Santeetlah may refer to: Lake Santeetlah a body of water in North Carolina U.S. Lake Santeetlah North Carolina U.S., a town Santeetlah dam, a reservoir
- Lake Santeetlah part of the Tennessee River watershed, was created in 1928 when Alcoa dammed the Cheoah River as a means of generating hydroelectric
- Santeetlah Dam is a hydroelectric development on the Cheoah River river mile 9 in Graham County, North Carolina The dam together with a pipeline tunnel
- mainline goes north The next eleven miles 18 km of highway is completely different, as NC 143 goes along the southern banks of Lake Santeetlah which has
- forbidden with only a few exceptions in North Carolina Presidential elections results Fontana Dam Lake Santeetlah Robbinsville county seat Cheoah Fontana
- Lake Lure Lake Santeetlah Lansing Lattimore Laurel Park Lawndale Maggie Valley Marion Mars Hill Marshall Mills River Mooresboro Murphy Newland North Wilkesboro
- Tennessee - North Carolina state line. The North Carolina half of the skyway terminates near the south shore of Lake Santeetlah Santeetlah Gap Mile 0
- County Knightdale - town, Wake County Kure Beach La Grange Lake Lure Lake Park Lake Santeetlah Lake Waccamaw Landis Lansing Lasker Lattimore Laurel Park Laurinburg - town
- Robbinsville, to the Lake Santeetlah and flows towards the Tennessee border with a terminus at the Little Tennessee between the Cheoah Dam and Lake Calderwood.
- in western North Carolina and the Cherokee National Forest in eastern Tennessee, in the watersheds of the Slickrock and Little Santeetlah Creeks. It is
- commanding views of the surrounding Nantahala National Forest and Lake Santeetlah The lodge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in