|Districts||Southern Belmont County, Northern Monroe County|
|Source||North Fork Captina Creek|
|- location||Near Barnesville, Ohio, Belmont County, Midwest, Ohio|
|- location||Powhatan Point, Ohio, Belmont County, Midwest, Ohio|
|Length||35 mi (56 km)|
|Basin||227 sq mi (588 km2)|
Captina Creek is a semi-large creek located in southeastern Ohio. Captina Creek is an important creek to the region and home to about 56 species of fish.
In April, 1774, the frontiersman Michael Cresap killed two apparently innocent Indians at the mouth of Captina Creek in revenege for the murder of a white trader earlier that month. This, and the subsequent Yellow Creek Massacre (April 30, 1774), were the sole causes of Lord Dunmore's War (1774).
Captina Creek is located in the southeastern part of Ohio.
- Albach, James R (1858), Annals of the West: embracing a concise account of principal events which have occurred in the Western States and Territories from the discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the Year Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-Seven compiled from the most authentic sources and published by James R. Albach; Pittsburgh: W.S. Haven, Book and Job Printer, pp 217-219.
- "2009 Water Quality Monitoring Central Ohio River Tributaries and Watersheds". Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved 26 March 2011.