Cripple Creek (New York) facts for kids
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Location of the mouth of Cripple Creek
|Main source||Weaver Lake
1,348 feet (411 m)
42°51′14″N 74°55′53″W / 42.85389°N 74.93139°W
|River mouth||Otsego Lake
South of Springfield Center
1,191 ft (363 m)
42°48′45″N 74°53′42″W / 42.81250°N 74.89500°W
|Length||2.1 mi (3.4 km)|
|Basin size||17.6 sq mi (46 km2)|
Cripple Creek is a river in southern Herkimer County and northern Otsego County in the state of New York. It begins at the outlet of Weaver Lake near Warren and flows through Young Lake before flowing into Otsego Lake south of Springfield, New York. Was formally called Lawyers Creek.
Cripple Creek flows through Clarke Pond before discharging into Otsego Lake.
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