- Ada, Ghana, or Ada Foah
- Ada (Ghana parliament constituency)
- Ada, Delta, Isoka town in Delta State
- New Zealand
- Ada River, South Island
- Ada (Serbia), town and municipality
- Ada Estate, luxury residential suburb of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
- United States
- Ada, Alabama, unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Alabama
- Ada County, Idaho
- Ada Township, Dickey County, North Dakota
- Ada Township, Michigan, Kent County, Michigan
- Ada Township, Perkins County, South Dakota, Perkins County, South Dakota
- Ada, Minnesota, Norman County, Minnesota
- Ada, Ohio, Hardin County, Ohio
- Ada, Oklahoma, Pontotoc County, Oklahoma
- Ada, Oregon, Lane County, Oregon
- Ada, West Virginia, Mercer County, West Virginia
- Ada, Wisconsin, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin
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