Sycamore Creek (Crabtree Creek tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSycamore Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Crabtree Creek|
|Main source||divide between Sycamore Creek and Lick Creek
about 0.1 miles northeast of Lynns Crossroads, North Carolina
440 ft (130 m)
|River mouth||Crabtree Creek
about 1 mile west of Raleigh, North Carolina
230 ft (70 m)
|Length||9.39 mi (15.11 km)|
|Progression||south then southeast|
|River system||Neuse River|
|Basin size||16.31 square miles (42.2 km2)|
Sycamore Creek is a tributary to Crabtree Creek that rises in a pond near Lynns Crossroads in Durham County then flows southward to join Crabtree Creek in Wake County, North Carolina. Sycamore Creek flows mostly through William B. Umstead State Park. The watershed is more forested at 43% than most in the Crabtree Creek watershed.
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