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Second Broad River
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Location of Second Broad River mouth
Other name(s) Tributary to Broad River
Country United States
State North Carolina
County Cleveland
City Forest City
Physical characteristics
Main source divide between Second Broad River and Catawba River
about 1 mile southwest of Providence, North Carolina
1,510 ft (460 m)
35°37′29″N 082°03′43″W / 35.62472°N 82.06194°W / 35.62472; -82.06194
River mouth Broad River
about 1 mile south of Cliffside, North Carolina
663 ft (202 m)
35°13′19″N 081°45′32″W / 35.22194°N 81.75889°W / 35.22194; -81.75889
Length 46.14 mi (74.26 km)
Basin features
Progression southeast
River system Broad River
Basin size 221.29 square miles (573.1 km2)
  • Left:
    Wilson Branch
    Hicks Branch
    Camp Branch
    Bakers Creek
    Box Creek
    Big Camp Creek
    Cane Creek
    Roberson Creek
    Puzzle Creek
    Webbs Creek
    Hills Creek
    Riddles Creek
  • Right:
    Rock Creek
    Beaverdam Branch
    Scrub Grass Creek
    Rockhouse Creek
    Stoney Creek
    Catheys Creek
    Buck Branch
    Big Spring Branch
    Morrow Creek
    Hogpen Branch
Bridges Sugar Hill Road, Dink Cannon Road, Clinton Lane, Mud Cut Road, Bethel Church Road, Spooky Hollow Road, US 221, Rhom Town Road, Polly Spout Road, Lucky Strike Drive, Polly Spout Road, Box Creek Road, Centennial Road, Boy Scout Road, US 64, Whitesides Road, Cherry Mountain Street, E Main Street, US 74, Low Bridge Road, US 221A, Avondale Landfill Road, Harris Henrietta Road, US 221A

The Second Broad River is a tributary of the Broad River in western North Carolina in the United States. Via the Broad and Congaree rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Santee River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean.

The Second Broad River rises in south-central McDowell County about 5 miles (8 km) southwest of Marion, and flows generally southeastwardly through Rutherford County, passing to the east of the town of Forest City. It briefly enters Cleveland County before flowing into the Broad River from the north, about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Forest City.

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