Beaver Creek (Colorado)
|River mouth||Confluence with South Platte
4,150 ft (1,260 m)
|Basin size||1,135 sq mi (2,940 km2)|
Beaver Creek is a 165-mile-long (266 km) tributary of the South Platte River in Colorado. The creek flows from a source in Elbert County to a confluence with the South Platte in Morgan County near Hillrose.
The confluence of Beaver Creek and the South Platte River is where the imaginary town, Centennial, in James Michener's novel of the same name, was located.
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