Wolf Creek (Texas and Oklahoma) facts for kids
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A map showing Wolf Creek within the Canadian River watershed
|Counties||Ochiltree, Lipscomb, Ellis (Texas); Woodward (Oklahoma)|
|Main source||Ochiltree County, Texas|
|River mouth||North Canadian River
Woodward County, Oklahoma
1,952 ft (595 m)
|Basin size||1,922.6 square miles (4,980 km2)|
Wolf Creek is a tributary of the North Canadian River in Texas and Oklahoma in the United States. It begins in Ochiltree County, Texas, and flows generally westward and northwestward through Lipscomb and Ellis counties into Woodward County, Oklahoma, where it joins the Beaver River to form the North Canadian River. The creek drains an area of 1,922.6 square miles (4,980 km2).
The creek is dammed in Woodward County to form Fort Supply Lake.
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