Killbuck Creek (Kishwaukee River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsKillbuck Creek
|Main source||Malta Township, DeKalb County east of Creston, Illinois
848 ft (258 m)
41°56′18″N 88°56′06″W / 41.9383333°N 88.935°W
|River mouth||686 ft (209 m)
42°10′15″N 89°06′40″W / 42.1708333°N 89.1111111°W
|Length||28 mi (45 km)|
|Progression||Killbuck Creek → Kishwaukee → Rock → Mississippi → Gulf of Mexico|
Killbuck Creek is a 28-mile-long (45 km) tributary of the Kishwaukee River in northern Illinois, United States.
The creek runs north through southeastern Ogle County, where it cuts through Galena limestone and blue limestone. The Killbuck passes through Pine Rock Township, where a stone quarry was once located. The mouth of Killbuck Creek is located about 1 mile (1.6 km) north of Kilbuck Bluffs Forest Preserve, a Winnebago County park. In terms of square miles drained, Killbuck Creek is the third largest tributary of the Kishwaukee River behind the South Branch Kishwaukee River and Coon Creek.
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