Lick Run (Pennsylvania)

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Lick Run is a Pennsylvania Scenic River, so designated on December 17, 1982. Along with West Branch Lick Run, Robbins Run, Campbell Run, Staver Run, and Craig Fork, the designated scenic river encompasses 22.95 river miles. The streams are located in Clinton County, Pennsylvania. A different stream in Pennsylvania, also known as Lick Run can be found in southern Allegheny County, where it flows through Broughton, Pennsylvania.

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