Adams Corner (in Wabash County, IL) Populated Place Profile

Real Estate Resources

Adams Corner (GNIS FID: 422384) is a populated place located within the Wabash Election Precinct, a minor civil division (MCD) of Wabash County.

The elevation of Adams Corner is 456 feet. Adams Corner appears on the Saint Francisville U.S. Geological Survey Map. Wabash County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

Wabash County: Subdivisions (MCDs) | Cities & Towns | ZIP Codes | Features (airports, churches, hospitals, etc.)

Neighborhood Data

Address Based Hyperlocal Data Input an address and get data & demographics for the pertinent census block group (CBG), a searchable map and a customized directory. The CBG is the smallest geographical unit used by the Census Bureau for reporting certain data.


Search the map for:

BIG Map | Driving Directions | Data Source - USGS GNIS FID: 422384

BOUNDARY MAPS: Wabash Election Precinct | Wabash County

Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Allendale, IL (1.9 miles ENE)
Mount Carmel, IL (7.1 miles S)
Saint Francisville, IL (7.5 miles NE)
Hazleton, IN (10.9 miles E)
Patoka, IN (11.2 miles SE)
Decker, IN (11.8 miles E)
Bellmont, IL (12.8 miles SW)
Keensburg, IL (13.2 miles SSW)
Bridgeport, IL (13.3 miles N)
West Salem, IL (14.2 miles W)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Patton, IL (2.7 miles SSW)
Orio, IL (3.6 miles NW)
Little Rock, IN (3.6 miles ESE)
Friendsville, IL (4.1 miles W)
Orrville, IN (4.9 miles SE)
Sand Barrens, IL (6 miles NNE)
Cherry Hill Estates, IL (6 miles S)
Odgen, IL (6.3 miles SW)
Bloods Wood Crossing, IN (6.3 miles ENE)
Twin Bridges, IN (6.6 miles ENE)

Illinois Research Tools

Illinois Census Data Comparison Tool

Compare Illinois Census Data
Highest or Lowest:
Puerto Rico’s Forgotten Island Vieques Needs Help

Puerto Rico’s Forgotten Island Vieques Needs Help

In the very early morning hours of September 20, 2017, the eyewall of Hurricane Maria passed over the tiny island of Vieques, Puerto Rico as a Category 5 hurricane, before moving westwards to mainland Puerto Rico. Maria ravaged the 60-square mile island with sustained winds of over 150 MPH and storm surges of over 12 feet, destroying homes, local businesses and causing widespread devastation.

Learn how you can help now!