Crooked Creek (Rocky River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsCrooked Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Rocky River|
|Main source||confluence of North Fork and South Fork of Crooked Creek
about 0.5 miles northwest of Bentons Crossroads, North Carolina
562 ft (171 m)
|River mouth||Rocky River
about 7 miles northwest of New Salem, North Carolina
416 ft (127 m)
|Length||13.06 mi (21.02 km)|
|River system||Pee Dee|
|Basin size||50.24 square miles (130.1 km2)|
|Bridges||US 601, Unionville Brief Road, NC 218, Sikes Mill Road, E Brief Road|
Crooked Creek is formed at the confluence of North and South Forks of Crooked Creek about 0.5 miles northwest of Bentons Crossroads, North Carolina. Crooked Creek then flows northeast to join the Rocky River about 7 miles northwest of New Salem.
Crooked Creek drains 50.24 square miles (130.1 km2) of area, receives about 47.9 in/year of precipitation, has a wetness index of 470.54, and is about 29% forested.
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