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Sabinal River
Other name(s) Arroyo de la Soledad
Physical characteristics
Main source Sabinal Canyon
Uvalde County, Texas
29°51′45.23″N 99°35′25.61″W / 29.8625639°N 99.5904472°W / 29.8625639; -99.5904472
River mouth On the Frio River
Uvalde County, Texas
29°6′12.87″N 99°26′35.16″W / 29.1035750°N 99.4431000°W / 29.1035750; -99.4431000
Length 58 mi (93 km)

The Sabinal River, formerly Arroyo de la Soledad, is a stream in Uvalde and Bandera counties of the U.S. state of Texas. The upper part of the river runs through the Lost Maples State Natural Area, being fed by Hale, Hollow, and Can Creeks. The Mill, Little, Onion, Rancheros, Nolton, and East Elm Creeks feed in the lower region, where it runs underground in some places. The Sabinal exits into the Frio River about 16 miles south of the city of Sabinal.

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