Mill Creek (Clarion River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMill Creek
Mill Creek confluence with the Clarion River
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Clarion River|
|Main source||pond on the divide between Mill Creek and North Fork River
about 1.5 miles southwest of Sigel, Pennsylvania
1,710 ft (520 m)
|River mouth||Clarion River
1,089 ft (332 m)
|Length||20.39 mi (32.81 km)|
|Progression||south, then west|
|River system||Clarion River (Allegheny River tributary)|
|Basin size||58.98 sq mi (152.8 km2)|
|Bridges||PA 949, Park Road, McManigle Road, Caldwell Corners Road, Bottom Road, Jefferson County 4001, PA 949, Howe Road, Old State Road, Hudson Drive, Fisher-Strattonville Road, Millcreek Drive|
Mill Creek joins the Clarion River near the borough of Strattanville.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission stocks the creek with brook trout three times per year, first in the spring before the opening day of the Pennsylvania trout season then two in-season stockings during May.
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