Union County NC Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Adams Branch Monroe
Austin Branch Watson
Barkers Branch Marshville
Bates Branch Waxhaw
Bearskin Creek Monroe
Beaverdam Creek Monroe
Beaverdam Creek Marshville
Becky Branch Olive Branch
Blue Branch Unity
Blythe Creek Waxhaw
Booger Branch Unity
Brandon Branch Watson
Buck Branch Monroe
Buck Branch Watson
Buffalo Creek Tradesville
Bull Branch Watson
Bull Branch Stanfield
Camp Branch Monroe
Carolina Creek Pageland
Cedar Branch Wingate
Chinkapin Creek Watson
Cool Spring Branch Marshville
Cow Branch Catawba NE
Cowhorn Branch Catawba NE
Cowpens Branch Wingate
Crisco Branch Oakboro
Crooked Creek Stanfield
Culvert Branch Waxhaw
Davis Branch Van Wyck
Davis Mine Creek Matthews
Dry Fork Monroe
Duck Creek Midland
East Fork Stewarts Creek Bakers
East Fork Twelvemile Creek Catawba NE
Flag Branch Wingate
Flag Branch Watson
Flag Pond Branch Van Wyck
Gibbs Branch Pageland
Glen Branch Waxhaw
Gold Branch Olive Branch
Gold Branch Watson
Goose Creek Midland
Gourdvine Creek Olive Branch
Grassy Branch Stanfield
Grassy Creek Stanfield
Gum Log Branch Pageland
Haney Branch Wingate
Haw Branch Watson
Horsepen Branch Wingate
Horsepen Branch Bakers
Jacks Branch Olive Branch
Joes Branch Wingate
Keener Branch Van Wyck
Lacey Branch Olive Branch
Lee Branch Waxhaw
Lick Branch Bakers
Lick Branch Marshville
Little Brown Creek Hornsboro
Little Mill Creek Watson
Little Richardson Creek Monroe
Little Twelvemile Creek Waxhaw
Little Water Branch Olive Branch
Long Branch Midland
Machine Branch Waxhaw
Maness Branch Olive Branch
Maple Springs Branch Wingate
Marvin Branch Weddington
McBride Branch Weddington
McNeely Branch Waxhaw
Meadow Branch Watson
Middle Fork Rays Fork Wingate
Mill Creek Pageland
Mill Creek Watson
Missouri Branch Unity
Molly Branch Waxhaw
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