Walnut Creek (South River tributary) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsWalnut Creek
|River mouth||South River|
Walnut Creek is a 30-mile-long (48 km) tributary of the South River in the U.S. state of Georgia. It originates in the city of Hampton in Henry County and flows into South River, which is a branch of the Ocmulgee River.
Walnut Creek is dammed to provide a water source for the city of McDonough in Henry County. The name of the resulting body of water is called Fargason Reservoir.
The crossings over Walnut Creek are listed in descending order from the creek's source to its mouth at the South River. All crossings are located in Henry County.
|Culvert||Babbs Mill Road|
|Jonesboro Road bridge||Jonesboro Road|
|Culvert||Mt. Olive Road|
|Kendra Drive bridge||Kendra Drive|
|Foster Drive bridge||Foster Drive|
|Oak Grove Road bridge||Oak Grove Road|
|Dailey Mill Road bridge||Dailey Mill Road|
|Culvert||Norfolk Southern Railway|
|US 23/GA 42 bridge||US 23 / SR 42|
|GA 155 bridge||SR 155|
|Elliot Road bridge||Elliot Road|
|Airline Road bridge||Airline Road|
|GA 20 bridge||SR 20 (Conyers Road)|
|Turner Drive bridge||Turner Drive|
|North Ola Road bridge||North Ola Road|
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