Camas Creek (Big Wood River tributary) facts for kids
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Location of the mouth of Camas Creek in Idaho
|Counties||Camas County, Idaho, Elmore County, Idaho, Blaine County, Idaho|
|Main source||west of Hill City, Elmore County, Idaho
5,807 ft (1,770 m)
|River mouth||Big Wood River
Magic Reservoir, Camas/Blaine counties, Idaho
4,800 ft (1,500 m)
|Length||64 mi (103 km)|
|Basin size||698 sq mi (1,810 km2)|
Beginning at an elevation of 5,807 feet (1,770 m) west of Hill City in eastern Elmore County, it flows east into Camas County, where it is roughly paralleled by U.S. Route 20. About 10 miles (16 km) east of Fairfield, it forms the Camas-Blaine county line and continues east to its mouth at Magic Reservoir, at an elevation of 4,800 feet (1,463 m). Camas Creek has a 698-square-mile (1,810 km2) watershed.
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