Buckhorn may refer to:

In Canada:

In the United Kingdom:

  • Buckhorn, Devon, a United Kingdom location

In the United States:

  • Buckhorn, Amador County, California
  • Buckhorn, Ventura County, California
  • Buckhorn, Illinois
  • Buckhorn Corners, Illinois
  • Buckhorn Township, Brown County, Illinois
  • Buckhorn, Kentucky
  • Buckhorn, Missouri
  • Buckhorn, North Carolina
  • Buckhorn Township, Harnett County, North Carolina
  • Buckhorn Township, Wake County, North Carolina
  • Buckhorn, Pennsylvania

In other uses:

  • Buckhorn Lake (disambiguation), several lakes in the United States and Canada
  • Buckhorn High School (disambiguation), several high schools in the United States
  • Buckhorn sights, a type of iron sight on a firearm

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