Deer Creek (Tulare County, California) facts for kids
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Location of the mouth within California
|Other name(s)||More's Creek|
on the west slope of the Greenhorn Mountains, in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, Tulare County
7,560 ft (2,300 m)
35°54′10″N 118°34′13″W / 35.90278°N 118.57028°W
terminates at the Lakeland and Homeland Canals in the San Joaquin Valley, Tulare County
203 ft (62 m)
35°56′05″N 119°28′23″W / 35.93472°N 119.47306°W
Deer Creek, formerly More's Creek, is a creek in Tulare County, California. Its source is in the on the west slope of the Greenhorn Mountains, in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. From there Deer Creek runs west to terminate at the Lakeland and Homeland Canals in the San Joaquin Valley just east of the Tulare - Kings County border. Originally it ran into Tulare Lake before it was diverted for agriculture.
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