Ruhl Creek facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRuhl Creek
|Other name(s)||ruisseau Ruhl|
|Main source||Ruhl Lake
277 m (909 ft)
|River mouth||Saugeen River
258 m (846 ft)
|Progression||Ruhl Creek–Saugeen River–Lake Huron|
|River system||Lake Huron drainage basin|
Ruhl Creek (French: ruisseau Ruhl) is a stream in the township municipality of Brockton, Bruce County in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Lake Huron drainage basin and is a right tributary of the Saugeen River.
Ruhl Creek begins at Ruhl Lake at an elevation of 277 metres (909 ft) and heads south then southwest. It turns south again, flows on the east side of the settlement of Maple Hill, passes under Bruce County Road 4, and reaches its mouth as a right tributary of the Saugeen River at an elevation of 258 metres (846 ft). The Saugeen River flows to Lake Huron.
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