Surry County NC Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Ararat River Siloam
Auberry Creek Lambsburg
Bear Creek Copeland
Beaver Creek Copeland
Beaverdam Creek Dobson
Beech Creek Dobson
Benson Creek Cana
Bledsoe Creek Cana
Brendle Branch Elkin North
Brushy Fork Cana
Bryants Fork Pilot Mountain
Bull Creek Siloam
Burkes Creek Dobson
Burris Creek Bottom
Butler Creek Roaring Gap
Caddle Creek Mount Airy South
Camp Branch Lambsburg
Camp Creek Cumberland Knob
Camp Creek Elkin North
Candiff Creek Siloam
Chadric Creek Roaring Gap
Champ Creek Mount Airy North
Chinquapin Creek Pilot Mountain
Christian Creek Bottom
Cody Creek Copeland
Cooks Creek Dobson
Davenport Creek Copeland
Double Creek Copeland
Double Spring Branch Mount Airy North
Dunagan Creek Copeland
Dutchman Creek Elkin South
East Double Creek Copeland
Elkin Creek Elkin South
Endicott Creek Bottom
Faulkner Creek Mount Airy South
Fisher River Copeland
Flat Branch Elkin North
Flat Branch Bottom
Flat Shoal Creek Mount Airy South
Grassy Creek Pinnacle
Grassy Creek Elkin North
Gully Creek Lambsburg
Hatchers Creek Bottom
Heatherly Creek Mount Airy South
Hogan Creek Siloam
Horne Creek Pinnacle
Horns Branch Copeland
Horns Creek Dobson
Huntington Branch Cana
Jackson Creek Dobson
Johnson Creek Mount Airy North
King Creek Copeland
Little Beaver Creek Copeland
Little Creek Elkin North
Little Endicott Creek Bottom
Little Fisher River Dobson
Long Creek Roaring Gap
Lovills Creek Mount Airy South
Mill Creek Roaring Gap
Mill Creek Bottom
Mitchell River Elkin North
Moores Fork Cana
Muddy Fork Bottom
Naked Run Cana
North Prong South Fork Mitchell River Thurmond
Oldfield Creek Mount Airy South
Pauls Creek Cana
Pheasant Creek Copeland
Pilot Creek Siloam
Pine Branch Bottom
Potters Creek Bottom
Ramey Creek Lambsburg
Red Hill Creek Bottom
Ring Creek Dobson
Roaring Fork Lambsburg
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