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

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