- Big Pine Creek (Indiana)
Big Pine Creek is a creek in northwestern
Indiana. It begins in Round Grove Township in southwestern White County and flows generally southward some 51 miles through Benton and Warren counties before meeting the Wabash Rivernear the town of Attica.Warren County Historical Society (2002), "A History of Warren County, Indiana (175th Anniversary Edition)"] The lower section of the creek from Rainsville to the Wabash is popular with canoeists, particularly during the spring when the water is at its highest, and affords many scenes of natural beauty where one can observe local flora, fauna and geology. [ [http://www.in.gov/dnr/outdoor/canoe/bigpine.htm DNR Outdoor Recreation: Big Pine Creek] ]
The source of the Big Pine Creek is located at 40°35'56" North, 87°00'49" West (40.59890, -87.01350).
Its confluence with the Wabash is at 40°17'53" North, 87°15'10" West (40.29800, -87.25265).
Numerous smaller streams feed the Big Pine Creek, of which the most significant are (from north to south):
* Little Pine Creek (Benton County)
* Mud Pine Creek
* Spring Branch
* Fall Creek
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