Fall River (Kansas) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsFall River
|Other name(s)||South Verdigris River|
|Cities||Eureka, Fall River, Neodesha|
|Main source||Near Eureka, Flint Hills, Kansas, United States
758 ft (231 m)
|River mouth||Verdigris River
Near Neodesha, Kansas, United States
231 ft (70 m)
|River system||Verdigris River|
Fall River is a river in southeast Kansas that flows through Greenwood, Elk, and Wilson Counties. The source of the river is in west Greenwood County approximately 4.5 miles northwest of Eureka. It is a tributary of the Verdigris River and its confluence with the Verdigris is approximately 2 miles south of Neodesha. It is also known as the South Verdigris River.
Fall River was dammed in southeastern Greenwood county forming Fall River Lake. Fall River State Park is located on this lake.
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