Craven County NC Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Adams Creek Merrimon
Alligator Branch Grifton
Alum Springs Branch Grifton
Anderson Creek Havelock
Bachelor Creek Askin
Back Creek Merrimon
Barney Branch Cherry Point
Bear Branch Fort Barnwell
Beaverdam Branch Jasper
Beaverdam Swamp Askin
Beech Tree Branch Jasper
Big Branch Cherry Point
Black Branch New Bern
Blackmans Creek Askin
Brice Creek New Bern
Bridge Creek New Bern
Bushy Fork Edward
Cahoogue Creek Cherry Point
Caps Branch Masontown
Caswell Branch Jasper
Cedar Creek Havelock
Cherry Branch Cherry Point
Clubfoot Creek Cherry Point
Core Creek Fort Barnwell
Courts Creek Merrimon
Crooked Run Havelock
Dam Creek Havelock
Daniels Branch Havelock
Deep Branch Cherry Point
Deep Branch Jasper
Deep Run Upper Broad Creek
Delamar Creek Merrimon
Dolls Gut Cherry Point
Duck Creek New Bern
East Branch Southwest Prong Slocum Creek Masontown
East Prong Brice Creek Catfish Lake
East Prong Mortons Mill Pond Newport
East Prong Slocum Creek Havelock
Fisher Swamp Askin
Flat Swamp Fort Barnwell
Folley Branch Grifton
Fork Swamp Vanceboro
Georges Branch New Bern
Godfrey Creek Merrimon
Goodwin Creek Havelock
Great Branch Catfish Lake
Great Neck Creek Merrimon
Grinnel Creek Fort Barnwell
Gulden Creek Cherry Point
Gum Branch Cherry Point
Gum Swamp Dover
Halfmoon Creek Fort Barnwell
Hancock Creek Cherry Point
Hayward Creek New Bern
Hoods Creek New Bern
Hunters Branch Havelock
Isaac Creek Merrimon
Jack Smith Creek Askin
Jacks Branch Cherry Point
Joes Branch Masontown
Jumping Run Jasper
Kearney Creek Merrimon
Kellum Creek Merrimon
King Creek Cherry Point
Kit Swamp Askin
Lane Branch New Bern
Lawson Creek New Bern
Little John Creek Cherry Point
Little Snake Hole Branch Grifton
Little Swift Creek Askin
Long Creek Merrimon
Mauls Swamp Vanceboro
McCoy Branch Jasper
Mill Creek Havelock
Mill Run Jasper
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