Eastman Canyon Creek facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsEastman Canyon Creek
Eastman Canyon Creek along Uvas Road
|Region||Santa Clara County|
|City||Morgan Hill, California|
|Main source||On the eastern flank of Croy Ridge Peak in the Santa Cruz Mountains
492 ft (150 m)
37°03′08″N 121°45′15″W / 37.05222°N 121.75417°W
|River mouth||Confluence with Uvas Creek emptying into Uvas Reservoir
167 ft (51 m)
37°04′16″N 121°42′10″W / 37.07111°N 121.70278°W
Eastman Canyon Creek is a perennial stream in Santa Clara County, California, United States. The headwaters rise on the eastern flank of Croy Ridge in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and flow eastward, eventually emptying into the Uvas Reservoir.
Eastman Canyon Road follows alongside the creek for most of its length, ending at the intersection with Uvas Road.
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