Bush Creek (New Hope River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBush Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to New Hope River|
|Main source||Pokeberry Creek divide
Farrington Village, North Carolina
430 ft (130 m)
|River mouth||New Hope River
B. Everett Jordan Lake
216 ft (66 m)
|Length||5.76 mi (9.27 km)|
|Progression||northeast then southeast|
|River system||Haw River|
|Basin size||12.09 square miles (31.3 km2)|
|Waterbodies||B. Everett Jordan Lake|
|Bridges||Millcroft Road, Langdon Court, Big Woods Road|
Bush Creek is a 5.76 mi (9.27 km) long 3rd order tributary to the New Hope River in North Carolina. Bush Creek joins the New Hope River within the B. Everett Jordan Lake Reservoir.
Bush Creek rises on the Pokeberry Creek divide in Farrington Village, North Carolina. Bush Creek then flows northeast and then turns southeast to meet New Hope River in the B. Everett Jordan Lake Reservoir in Chatham County.
Bush Creek drains 12.09 square miles (31.3 km2) of area, receives about 47.3 in/year of precipitation, has a topographic wetness index of 405.13, and has an average water temperature of 15.07 °C. The watershed is 52% forested.
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