Crooked Creek (Muddy Creek tributary) facts for kids
Crooked Creek is a stream in Johnson and Pettis counties of the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of Muddy Creek.
The stream headwaters arise at 38°36′16″N 93°30′15″W / 38.60444°N 93.50417°W in western Pettis County about 125 feet east of the Pettis-Johnson county line approximately five miles north of Windsor. The stream flows generally due north parallel to the county line and routes B and AA past the community of Owsley. The stream veers west into Johnson County for the last half mile before entering Muddy Creek at 38°40′25″N 93°30′30″W / 38.67361°N 93.50833°W about three miles southeast of Whiteman Air Force Base.
Crooked Creek was so named due to the frequent meanders along its course.
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