Wilkes County NC Streams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Basin Creek Whitehead
Bear Branch Osbornville
Bear Den Branch Horse Gap
Bee Branch Traphill
Bee Tree Branch Wilkesboro
Bell Branch McGrady
Big Branch Traphill
Big Bugaboo Creek Ronda
Big Sandy Creek Traphill
Big Warrior Creek Boomer
Blood Creek Boomer
Bowlin Creek Horse Gap
Brier Creek Roaring River
Brooks Branch Whitehead
Buckwheat Branch Horse Gap
Bullhead Creek Glade Valley
Bumgarner Branch Horse Gap
Bussels Creek Osbornville
Camp Branch Traphill
Camp Branch Traphill
Camp Creek Whitehead
Cane Creek Traphill
Caudill Branch Whitehead
Cheatwood Branch Traphill
Church Branch McGrady
Clear Branch Horse Gap
Clercy Branch Osbornville
Coal Creek Purlear
Cook Branch McGrady
Cub Creek Wilkesboro
Darnell Creek Horse Gap
Dehart Branch McGrady
Dogwood Branch Horse Gap
Double Creek Traphill
Dugger Creek Osbornville
Dugger Creek Grandin
Dungeon Creek McGrady
East Prong Roaring River Traphill
East Swan Creek Ronda
Elk Branch Buffalo Cove
Elk Creek Grandin
Fall Creek Maple Springs
Fish Dam Creek Wilkesboro
Fishing Creek Roaring River
Fletcher Creek Maple Springs
Fox Branch Maple Springs
Gambill Creek McGrady
Garden Creek Glade Valley
Gladys Fork Boomer
Grassy Fork Thurmond
Grays Creek Ronda
Halls Creek McGrady
Handy Branch McGrady
Harris Creek Traphill
Hay Meadow Creek Wilkesboro
Hoopers Branch Wilkesboro
Huffman Branch Purlear
Hughes Branch Ronda
Jones Creek Purlear
Joshua Creek McGrady
Kilby Branch Wilkesboro
Laurel Branch Maple Springs
Left Prong Stony Fork Maple Springs
Lewis Fork Boomer
Little Bugaboo Creek Ronda
Little Creek Maple Springs
Little Cub Creek Wilkesboro
Little Dugger Creek Buffalo Cove
Little Elkin Creek Ronda
Little Fork Glendale Springs
Little Fork Creek Purlear
Little Hunting Creek Osbornville
Little Sandy Creek Traphill
Little Warrior Creek Boomer
Long Branch Thurmond
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