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Eagle Creek
Physical characteristics
Main source Scott County
River mouth Kentucky River in Carroll County
427 ft (130 m)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    593 cu/ft. per sec.

Eagle Creek is a long meandering stream running through several counties in central Kentucky in the United States. It is a tributary of the Kentucky River, the confluence of which is near Worthville in Carroll County.

Features

Point Coordinates
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Delaplain (source of creek) 38°20′20″N 84°30′46″W / 38.3389622°N 84.5127195°W / 38.3389622; -84.5127195 (source)
Sadieville 38°26′23″N 84°37′29″W / 38.4397930°N 84.6246665°W / 38.4397930; -84.6246665 (Sadieville)
New Columbus 38°30′00″N 84°41′28″W / 38.5000692°N 84.6910565°W / 38.5000692; -84.6910565 (New Columbus)
Lawrenceville 38°37′30″N 84°42′30″W / 38.6250672°N 84.7082791°W / 38.6250672; -84.7082791 (Lawrenceville)
Elliston 38°41′06″N 84°44′59″W / 38.6850659°N 84.7496693°W / 38.6850659; -84.7496693 (Elliston)
Sanders 38°37′59″N 85°00′00″W / 38.6331200°N 84.9999499°W / 38.6331200; -84.9999499 (Sanders)
Vevay South 38°37′30″N 85°00′47″W / 38.6250644°N 85.0130059°W / 38.6250644; -85.0130059 (Vevay South)
Worthville (mouth of creek) 38°35′48″N 85°04′26″W / 38.5967312°N 85.0738407°W / 38.5967312; -85.0738407 (mouth)
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