Lee Creek (Arkansas)

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Lee Creek is a 64.6-mile-long (104.0 km)[1] river in Arkansas and Oklahoma which starts near West Fork in Washington County, Arkansas and flows south to the Arkansas River passing through Crawford County, Arkansas and Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. Lee Creek flows from Arkansas into Oklahoma, then returns to Arkansas before its confluence with the Arkansas River near Van Buren.

The bridge across Lee Creek in Devil's Den State Park near Winslow, Arkansas.

Lee Creek is also known as Lee's Creek, mostly in Oklahoma where it is classified by the State of Oklahoma as a State Scenic River. In Arkansas upstream of the Oklahoma border, Lee Creek is classified by the State of Arkansas as an Extraordinary Resource Waterway.

Location

Mouth
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Source
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See also

References

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