Bear Creek (Sac River Tributary)

Bear Creek is a stream in Dade and Polk counties in the Ozarks of southwest Missouri. It is a tributary to the Sac River. The stream headwaters are in Polk County at 373337N 932453W / 37.56028N 93.41472W / 37.56028; -93.41472 and the confluence with the Sac River is in Dade County at 374301N 934456W / 37.71694N 93.74889W / 37.71694; -93.74889Coordinates: 374301N 934456W / 37.71694N 93.74889W / 37.71694; -93.74889 at an elevation of 764 feet. The stream source area is south of Bolivar and just north of the community of Karlin. The stream flows to the northwest passing under Missouri Route 123 and Missouri Route 32 south and west of Fair Play. and passes to the northeast of Bearcreek. The stream continues to the northwest and west to its confluence with the Sac River about two miles north of the Stockton Lake dam northeast of Stockton. The name derives from the abundance of bears in the vicinity of the stream during the time of settlement.

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Bear Creek No. 5 Township, Searcy County, Arkansas

Bear Creek No. 5 Township is one of 15 current townships in Searcy County, Arkansas, USA. As of the 2010 census, its total population was 728

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Bear Creek (New Jersey)

Bear Creek is a 7.3-mile-long (11.7 km) tributary of the Pequest River in New Jersey in the United States.

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Bear Creek (Lehigh River tributary)

Bear Creek is a 17.1-mile-long (27.5 km) tributary of the Lehigh River in the Poconos of eastern Pennsylvania in the United States, joining the Lehigh at Francis E. Walter Reservoir

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Coleman Creek (Bear Creek tributary)

Coleman Creek is a stream in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is a tributary to Bear Creek. Coleman Creek was named after Mathew H. Coleman, an early settler.

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Bear Creek, Florida

Bear Creek is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. The population was 1,948 at the 2010 census.

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Bear Creek (Washington)

Bear Creek is a tributary of the Sammamish River in King County, Washington, United States. The stream flows approximately 12.4 miles (20.0 km) from its source at Paradise Lake near Maltby to a confluence with the Sammamish River at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The creek has two tributaries, Cottage Lake Creek and Evans Creek, and a watershed of 32,100 acres (13,000 ha). The Marymoor Prehistoric Indian Site in Redmond shows human occupation in the vicinity of the creek with artifacts on its banks dating to 4,000 BCE.

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Bear Creek (Upper Iowa River tributary)

Bear Creek is an 11.9-mile-long (19.2 km) tributary of the Upper Iowa River, joining Waterloo Creek for a short distance before entering the Upper Iowa in Waterloo Township just east of where Iowa Highway 76 crosses the river. Its branches are acclaimed trout fishing streams. The main or South fork rises in Hesper and Highland Townships in Winneshiek County, and gives its name to South Bear Complex, maintained by the state of Iowa and flows in a rough west to east direction. The North Bear Creek rises in Houston County, Minnesota, south of Spring Grove, entering Iowa into Highland Township in Winneshiek County, and joins the main branch just west of the Allamakee County line in a generally north-to-southeast direction; the state-maintained North Bear Complex is named for it. The stream continues into Allamakee County, joining Waterloo Creek a short distance from where the two creeks merge with the Upper Iowa. The Upper Iowa itself continues towards its heads in a southwesterly direction.

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Grizzly Bear Creek (Alberta)

Grizzly Bear Creek is a stream in Alberta, Canada. Grizzly Bear Creek's name is an accurate preservation of its native Creek name, mist-a-ya.

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Bear Creek Cañon Park

Bear Creek Caon Park is a high-country park located in Colorado Springs, Colorado with steep trails for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. A trail in the western edge of the Bear Creek Regional Park connects to the high-country Bear Creek Caon Park.

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Upper Bear Creek, Colorado

Upper Bear Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Clear Creek County, Colorado, United States and is a region within the unincorporated town of Evergreen. Upper Bear Creek defines the area along Upper Bear Creek Road, not a specific subdivision, and runs upstream from Evergreen Lake to the end of Upper Bear Creek Road. The Upper Bear Creek area is rich in history - Troutdale in the Pines, a posh resort hotel, catered to Hollywood movie stars and America's elite in the 1920s and served as a vacation spot for Denverites escaping the summer heat. Other summer resorts sprang up in the area as well, including the Greystone Guest Ranch and the Brookforest Inn. In more recent history, Willie Nelson, Lee Majors, Farrah Fawcett, and others have lived along Upper Bear Creek. Additionally, the Mt. Evans Outdoor Lab School, a part of Jeffco Public Schools, is located in the Upper Bear Creek area. Many Jeffco 6th graders will spend a week at Mt. Evans, or the other outdoor lab school, Windy Peak, where they stay in cabins or dorms and study various aspects of the outdoors, including forestry, astronomy, ecology, and pioneer history, among others. Generally regarded as the most exclusive and desirable area within Evergreen, Upper Bear Creek features outstanding trout fishing (for homeowners and guests), peaceful serenity and meadows, and in many spots views of Mt. Evans. The population as of the 2010 Census was 1,059.

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