Squaw Creek (Payette River tributary) facts for kids
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Location of the mouth of Squaw Creek in Idaho
|Counties||Gem County, Idaho, Valley County, Idaho|
|Main source||southwest of Cascade, Valley County, Idaho
7,483 ft (2,281 m)
44°26′10″N 116°09′09″W / 44.43611°N 116.15250°W
|River mouth||Payette River
Black Canyon Reservoir, Gem County, Idaho
2,507 ft (764 m)
43°56′16″N 116°22′01″W / 43.93778°N 116.36694°W
|Length||61 mi (98 km)|
Squaw Creek is a 61-mile (98 km) long a river in western Idaho, United States, that is a tributary of the Payette River.
Beginning at an elevation of 7,483 feet (2,281 m) southwest of Cascade in southwestern Valley County, it quickly flows north and then west into Gem County. From there, it flows generally south, passing through the communities of Ola and Sweet, before reaching its mouth at Black Canyon Reservoir, at an elevation of 2,507 feet (764.1 m).
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