Big Buffalo Creek (Deep River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBig Buffalo Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Deep River|
|Main source||confluence of Skunk Creek and Persimmon Creek
Sanford, North Carolina
285 ft (87 m)
|River mouth||Deep River
about 0.25 miles southeast of Cumnock, North Carolina
205 ft (62 m)
|Length||7.48 mi (12.04 km)|
|River system||Deep River|
|Basin size||20.28 square miles (52.5 km2)|
|Bridges||US1-US15, Carbonton Road, Old Carbonton Road, Spring Lane, US 421, McNeill Road, US 421, Cotten Road|
Big Buffalo Creek is formed at the confluence of Skunk Creek and Persimmon Creek in Sanford, North Carolina and then flows northwest to the Deep River about 0.25 miles southeast of Cumnock, North Carolina.
Big Buffalo Creek drains 20.28 square miles (52.5 km2) of area, receives about 47.7 in/year of precipitation, and has a wetness index of 418.37 and is about 42% forested.
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