Castile Run facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCastile Run
|Other name(s)||Tributary to South Fork Tenmile Creek|
|Country||United States of America|
|Main source||divide between Castile Run and Tenmile Creek (Barrs Run)
1,200 ft (370 m)
|River mouth||South Fork Tenmile Creek
810 ft (250 m)
|Length||5.21 mi (8.38 km)|
|River system||Monongahela River|
|Basin size||6.19 square miles (16.0 km2)|
Castile Run is a small tributary to South Fork Tenmile Creek in southwestern Pennsylvania. The stream rises in northeastern Greene County and flows southeast entering South Fork Tenmile Creek at Chartiers, Pennsylvania. The watershed is roughly 25% agricultural, 69% forested and the rest is other uses.
Castile Run drains 6.19 square miles (16.0 km2) of area, receives about 40.6 in/year of precipitation, has a wetness index of 306.97 and is about 69% forested.
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