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Topo Map of Streams in Pitt County, North Carolina

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Streams in Pitt County North Carolina

Place USGS Topo Map
Barber Creek Greenville SE
Bates Brunch Greenville SE
Bell Branch Greenville SE
Black Swamp Farmville
Briery Swamp Leggetts Crossroads
Broad Run Grimesland
Bryan Creek Greenville NW
Cabin Branch Grimesland
Cherry Run Washington
Chicod Creek Grimesland
Clayroot Swamp Vanceboro
Conetoe Creek Greenville NW
Contentnea Creek Grifton
Cow Swamp Grimesland
Creeping Swamp Wilmar
Cross Swamp Grimesland
Fomes Branch Greenville SE
Fork Swamp Gardnerville
Great Branch Meadow Branch Leggetts Crossroads
Greens Mill Run Greenville SE
Grindle Creek Grimesland
Grinnel Slough Grifton
Gum Swamp Greenville SW
Hardee Creek Greenville SE
Hardee Creek Greenville SE
Harris Mill Run Greenville SW
Haw Branch Leggetts Crossroads
Herring Run Washington
Horsepen Swamp Greenville SW
Hunting Run Greenville NE
Indian Well Swamp Gardnerville
Island Swamp Grimesland
Jacks Creek Washington
Jacob Branch Farmville
Johnsons Mill Run Greenville NW
Juniper Branch Grimesland
Kitten Creek Falkland
Langs Mill Run Falkland
Lawrence Run Falkland
Little Contentnea Creek Ayden
Meeting House Branch Greenville SE
Middle Swamp Farmville
Moyes Run Greenville SE
Oldwoman Branch Farmville
Otter Creek Greenville NW
Panther Creek Grimesland
Parker Creek Greenville SE
Parker Creek Greenville SE
Pea Branch Leggetts Crossroads
Pillippi Branch Greenville SE
Pinelog Branch Farmville
Pineygrove Branch Washington
Pocoson Branch Leggetts Crossroads
Polland Swamp Wilmar
Runyon Creek Washington
Sains Branch Greenville NW
Schoolhouse Branch Greenville SW
Thompson Swamp Walstonburg
Thorofare Swamp Wilmar
Tranters Creek Washington
Tyson Creek Greenville NW
Whiskey Branch (historical) Falkland

This is a list of all the streams in Pitt County, North Carolina. In some cases there are duplicate names so try to select the one you are looking for based on the USGS quad topo map name which is often a recognizable feature or town nearby.