- Gore (surveying), an unincorporated area which is not part of any town and has limited self-government
- in Africa
- Goré, Chad
- Gore, Ethiopia
- in America
- Gore Mountain (ski resort), Gore Mountain Ski Resort, a ski resort located in the Adirondacks
- Gore Range, Colorado
- Gore Canyon, Colorado
- Hibberts Gore, Maine, an unincorporated area in Lincoln County, Maine
- Gore Township, Michigan
- Gore, Nova Scotia
- The Gore, a disconnected portion of Falls Township, Hocking County, Ohio
- Gore, Oklahoma
- Gore Bay, Ontario
- Gore, Quebec
- in Britain
- Kensington Gore, a street in Kensington, West London
- Gore Hundred, a historic subdivision of Middlesex
- A mythical place mentioned in Arthurian legend, ruled by King Urien and probably based on the historical kingdom of Rheged
- Gore, New Zealand
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