Pithole Creek facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsPithole Creek
Pithole Creek at the Pithole Stone Arch Bridge
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Location of the mouth of Pithole Creek in Pennsylvania
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Allegheny River|
|Main source||Stewart Run, Forest County, Pennsylvania
1,720 ft (520 m)
41°37′20″N 79°29′38″W / 41.62222°N 79.49389°W
|River mouth||Allegheny River
Oleopolis, Venango County, Pennsylvania
1,010 ft (310 m)
41°27′23″N 79°36′35″W / 41.45639°N 79.60972°W
|Length||17.1 mi (27.5 km)|
|Basin size||41.8 sq mi (108 km2)|
Pithole Creek is a 17.1-mile (27.5 km) tributary of the Allegheny River in Northwest Pennsylvania in the United States. It has a drainage area of 41.8 square miles (108 km2).
Pithole Creek joins the Allegheny River approximately 0.5 miles (0.80 km) upstream of Oleopolis.
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