Pine Creek

Pine Creek may refer to:

  • In California, USA
    • Big Pine Creek (California), a tributary of the Owens River
    • Pine Creek, former name of New Pine Creek, California
    • Pine Creek (Lassen County), a tributary of Eagle Lake
    • Pine Creek, (Owens River)
  • In Colorado, USA
    • Pine Creek High School
    • Pine Creek Golf Course (Colorado Springs)
  • In Illinois, USA
    • Pine Creek (Illinois)
  • Pine Creek (Nevada)
  • Pine Creek, Wisconsin
  • In Iowa, USA
  • A tributary of the Upper Iowa River
    • Pine Creek (Upper Iowa River)
  • A tributary of Canoe Creek, also in the Upper Iowa River watershed.
    • Pine Creek (Canoe Creek)
  • A tributary of the Iowa River, impounded by Pine Lake reservoir near Eldora, Iowa
    • Pine Creek (Iowa River)
  • A tributary of the Volga River (Iowa)
    • Pine Creek (Volga River)
  • A tributary of the Wapsipinicon River
    • Pine Creek (Wapsipinicon River)
  • A small immediate tributary of the Upper Mississippi River in Muscatine County, Iowa
    • Pine Creek (Muscatine County, Iowa)
    • Pine Creek Gristmill, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Muscatine County, Iowa
  • In Oregon, USA
    • Pine Creek (Oregon)
  • In Pennsylvania, USA
    • Pine Creek (Allegheny River), a tributary of the Allegheny River
    • Pine Creek (Mahantango Creek)
    • Pine Creek (Penns Creek)
    • Pine Creek (Pennsylvania), West Branch Susquehanna River tributary
  • In Utah, USA
    • Pine Creek (Zion National Park)
  • At least six named streams in Iowa, USA; see Pine Creek (Iowa)
  • In Australia
    • Pine Creek, Northern Territory, a town in the Katherine region
  • In Canada
    • Pine Creek (Ontario), see List of rivers of Ontario

Other articles related to "pine creek, creek, pine":

Pine Creek Path
... The Pine Creek Path was a major Native American trail in the U.S ... State of Pennsylvania that ran north along Pine Creek from the West Branch Susquehanna River near Long Island (modern day Jersey Shore) to the headwaters of ...
Little Pine State Park - Geology and Climate
... Although the rock formations exposed in Little State Park and the Pine Creek Gorge are at least 300 million years old, the gorge itself formed about 20,000 years ago, in the last ice age ... Pine Creek had flowed northeasterly until then, but was dammed by rocks, soil, ice, and other debris deposited by the receding Laurentide Continental Glacier ... The dammed creek formed a lake near what would later be the village of Ansonia in Shippen Township in Tioga County, and the lake's glacial meltwater overflowed the debris dam, reversing the flow of Pine Creek ...
Leonard Harrison State Park - Ecology
... and settlers give some idea of what the Pine Creek Gorge was like before it was clearcut ... The forest was up to 85 percent hemlock and white pine, with the rest hardwoods ... Pine Creek was home to large predators such as Wolves, Lynx, Wolverines, Panthers, Fishers, foxes and Bobcats, all save the last three now locally extinct ...
List Of Cemeteries In Ogle County, Illinois - Cemeteries in Ogle County - Pine Creek Township
... Pine Creek Brethren Cemetery Cedar Hill or Salem Cemetery Mt ... Cemetery Oak Ridge Cemetery Evergreen Cemetery or Pine Creek Christian Cemetery Coffman Farm ...
Leonard Harrison State Park - Recreation - Hunting, Fishing, and Whitewater
... at the state park, though anglers must descend the Turkey Path to reach Pine Creek ... Other species of fish found in Pine Creek include Smallmouth Bass and some panfish ... Historically, fishermen of note on the stretch of Pine Creek in the park include President Theodore Roosevelt and Pennsylvania Governor William A ...

Famous quotes containing the words creek and/or pine:

    The only law was that enforced by the Creek Lighthorsemen and the U.S. deputy marshals who paid rare and brief visits; or the “two volumes of common law” that every man carried strapped to his thighs.
    State of Oklahoma, U.S. relief program (1935-1943)

    Think how stood the white pine tree on the shore of the Chesuncook, its branches soughing with the four winds, and every individual needle trembling in the sunlight,—think how it stands with it now,—sold, perchance, to the New England Friction-Match Company!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)