Toms Creek (Ararat River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsToms Creek
|Other name(s)||Tributary to Ararat River|
|Main source||Big Creek divide
about 0.25 miles west of Woodville, North Carolina
1,390 ft (420 m)
|River mouth||Ararat River
about 5 miles northeast of Pine Hill, North Carolina
878 ft (268 m)
|Length||16.10 mi (25.91 km)|
|Progression||south and southwest|
|River system||Yadkin River|
|Basin size||38.44 square miles (99.6 km2)|
|Bridges||Cain Road, Alei Lane, Toms Creek Church Road, Galloway Ridge Trail, Cleo Cain Road, Jessup Grove Church Road, Matthews Road, US 52, W Dodson Mill Road, Cliffside Trail, Toms Creek Road|
Toms Creek rises on the Big Creek divide about 0.25 miles west of Woodville, North Carolina. Toms Creek then flows south before turning southwest to join the Ararat River at about 5 miles northeast of Pine Hill.
Toms Creek drains 38.44 square miles (99.6 km2) of area, receives about 48.1 in/year of precipitation, has a wetness index of 348.20, and is about 58% forested.
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