Arrow Creek (Fergus County, Montana) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsArrow Creek
|Country||Fergus, Chouteau and Judith Basin County, Montana|
|River mouth||2,431 feet (741 m)|
|River system||Missouri River|
Arrow Creek (Gros Ventre: ʔɔ́ciníícááh, lit. 'arrow river') is a tributary of the Missouri River in Montana in the United States. Approximately 45 miles (73 km) long, it rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest near Highwood Baldy in the Highwood Mountains in southern Chouteau County. It flows south then east, then northeast and joins the Missouri in the White Cliffs Area on the border between Chouteau and Fergus counties.
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