Beaver Creek (Brandywine Creek tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBeaver Creek
Location of Beaver Creek mouth
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Brandywine Creek|
|Main source||Harvey Run and Webb Creek divide
about 0.5 miles north-northwest of Elam, Pennsylvania
342 ft (104 m)
|River mouth||Brandywine Creek
about 0.5 miles east of Granoque, Delaware
141 ft (43 m)
|Length||2.62 mi (4.22 km)|
|River system||Delaware River|
|Basin size||4.08 square miles (10.6 km2)|
|Bridges||Heyburn Road, Smith Bridge Road, Creek Road|
Beaver Creek rises about 0.5 miles north-northwest of Elam, Pennsylvania in Delaware County and then flows southwest to join Brandywine Creek about 0.5 miles east of Granoque, Delaware in New Castle County.
Beaver Creek drains 4.08 square miles (10.6 km2) of area, receives about 48.0 in/year of precipitation, has a topographic wetness index of 410.33 and is about 43% forested.
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