McMurray Run facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMcMurray Run
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Slippery Rock Creek|
|Country||United States of America|
|Main source||divide between McMurray Run and Wolf Creek
about 1 mile north of Harrisville, Pennsylvania
1,390 ft (420 m)
|River mouth||Slippery Rock Creek
Rock Hill Camp
1,175 ft (358 m)
|Length||7.64 mi (12.30 km)|
|River system||Beaver River|
|Basin size||13.29 square miles (34.4 km2)|
|Bridges||William Flynn Highway (PA 8), E Mercer Street, Frampton Road, Boyers Road, New Hope Road|
McMurray Run is a small tributary of Slippery Rock Creek in western Pennsylvania. The stream rises in northwestern Butler County and flows south entering Slippery Rock Creek at Rock Hill Camp. The watershed is roughly 39% agricultural, 53% forested and the rest is other uses.
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