Seaton Creek (Slippery Rock Creek tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSeaton Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Slippery Rock Creek|
|Country||United States of America|
|Main source||divide between Seaton Creek and Little Scrubgrass Creek
about 0.5 miles west of Eau Claire, Pennsylvania
1,480 ft (450 m)
|River mouth||Slippery Rock Creek
1,195 ft (364 m)
|Length||4.88 mi (7.85 km)|
|River system||Beaver River|
|Basin size||10.42 square miles (27.0 km2)|
|Bridges||Smith Road, McJunkin Road, S Enco Road|
Seaton Creek is a small tributary of Slippery Rock Creek in western Pennsylvania. The stream rises in northern Butler County and flows southwest entering Slippery Rock Creek near Boyers, Pennsylvania. The watershed is roughly 26% agricultural, 68% forested and the rest is other uses.
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