Bladen County NC Swamps


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Name USGS Topo Map
Beaver Dam Bay Chadbourn NE
Beaver Dam Bay White Lake
Beaver Dam Swamp Dublin
Bennetts Bay Jerome
Big Bay Emerson
Big Bay White Lake
Big Bay Ammon
Big Colly Bay Ammon
Big Gallberry Bay Jerome
Big Juniper Bay Abbottsburg
Big Slough Kelly
Black Creek Bay White Lake
Bloody Branch Bay Elizabethtown North
Bob Peterson Bay Kelly
Brisson Bay Duart
Brown Marsh Swamp Clarkton
Brown Morse Swamp Chadbourn NE
Burnt Bay Kelly
Bushy Bay Jerome
Butler Bay White Lake
Cain Bay Ammon
Caney Meadow Elizabethtown North
Causeway Bay White Lake
Cedar Bay Elizabethtown North
Cedar Swamp Bay Jerome
Chancy Bay Emerson
Charlie Long Millpond Ammon
Chinquapin Bay White Lake
Church Bay White Lake
Colly Swamp Singletary Lake
Cooley Bay White Lake
Corson Bay Ammon
Cotton Head Bay Elizabethtown North
Cotton Head Bay Elizabethtown South
Cotton Patch Bay White Lake
Cowpen Bay White Lake
Cromartie Marsh White Lake
Cypress Bay Emerson
Cypress Bay Elizabethtown North
Cypress Creek Bay Ammon
Cypress Pond Jerome
Cypress Swamp Abbottsburg
David Gam Bay Ammon
Deaver Bay Bladenboro
Devils Nest Rowan
Dickenson Meadow Ammon
Dismal Bay Council
Ditch Bay Elizabethtown North
Double Branch Bay Tar Heel
Drinking Pond Emerson
Entry Bay White Lake
Fishpond Swamp Tar Heel
Flat Pond Jerome
Fox Bay Bladenboro
Frenchs Creek Swamp Singletary Lake
Gap Bay Kelly
Grays Bay Abbottsburg
Green Swamp Ammon
Griffie Drain Jerome
Gum Flat Bay Tar Heel
Gum Swamp Elizabethtown North
Hasket Bay Emerson
Hattock Bay Singletary Lake
Hester Bay Bladenboro
Hog Bay Bladenboro
Horsepen Bay White Lake
Horsepen Swamp Chadbourn NE
Horseshoe Bay Council
Huckleberry Pond Jerome
Indian Camp Bay Garland
Jim Bay Bladenboro
Johns Swamp Singletary Lake
Johnson Mill Bay Elizabethtown North
Jones Lake Bay Elizabethtown North
Juniper Bay Council
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