Raystown Branch Juniata River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRaystown Branch Juniata River
Raystown Lake Dam on the Raystown Branch Juniata River
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Juniata River|
|Main source||divide between Raystown Branch and Wills Creek
about 1 mile east of Macdonaldton, Pennsylvania
2,720 ft (830 m)
|River mouth||Juniata River
600 ft (180 m)
|Length||62.14 mi (100.00 km)|
|River system||Juniata River|
|Basin size||961.96 square miles (2,491.5 km2)|
The Raystown Branch Juniata River begins along the Allegheny Front in Somerset County and flows 123 miles (198 km) to the confluence with the Juniata River near Huntingdon. It passes through the boroughs of Bedford and Everett along its course.
- The Diehls Covered Bridge crosses Raystown Branch Juniata River in Harrison Township, Pennsylvania.
- The Bridge in Snake Spring Township crosses Raystown Branch Juniata River in Snake Spring Township, Pennsylvania.
- The Corbin Bridge crosses Raystown Branch Juniata River in Juniata Township, Pennsylvania.
- Breastwork Run
- Dunning Creek
- Cove Creek
- Bloody Run
- Brush Creek
- Yellow Creek
- Great Trough Creek
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