Deceptively nearby, especially when referring to a destination requiring a car trip. The term applies well in areas where roads are winding and possess very few landmarks, such as in rural communities.
The county courthouse is right up the road. (In reality, it takes about 45 minutes to get there.)
Feeding bad information or faulty logic to the opposing team when playing Trivial Pursuit in an effort to steer the team toward the wrong answer. Especially effective when done under the guise of lending a helpful hand.
Johnny's encyclopedic knowledge of geography and sports history, combined with the expertly-disguised stream of trivial disinformation that he gave the enemy, won the game for us tonight.