Camas Creek (Clark and Jefferson counties, Idaho)
|Counties||Clark County, Idaho, Jefferson County, Idaho|
|- location||near Kilgore, Clark County, Idaho|
|- elevation||6,287 ft (1,916 m) |
|- location||northeast of Mud Lake, Jefferson County, Idaho|
|- elevation||4,783 ft (1,458 m) |
|- coordinates||Coordinates: |
|Length||63 mi (101 km) |
|Basin||1,011 sq mi (2,618 km2) |
Camas Creek is the easternmost of Idaho's lost streams
Camas Creek is a 63-mile (101 km) long tributary of Mud Lake in the U.S. state of Idaho. Beginning at an elevation of 6,287 feet (1,916 m) near Kilgore in northeastern Clark County, it flows southwest into Jefferson County and receives its largest tributary, Beaver Creek. It then passes through the Camas National Wildlife Refuge, and reaches its mouth northeast of the town of Mud Lake, at an elevation of 4,783 feet (1,458 m). Camas Creek has a 1,011-square-mile (2,618 km2) watershed.
- Source elevation derived from Google Earth search using GNIS source coordinates.
- "Camas Creek". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. 21 Jun 1979. Retrieved 12 Feb 2013.
- "National Hydrography Dataset". United States Geological Survey. Retrieved 12 Feb 2013.
- "Beaver-Camas – 17040214 8 Digit Hydrologic Unit Profile" (PDF). Natural Resources Conservation Service. Feb 2007. Retrieved 12 Feb 2013.
- Idaho Road and Recreation Atlas (Map) (2nd ed.). 1:250,000. Benchmark Maps. 2010. pp. 58, 67. ISBN 978-0-929591-06-3. OCLC 567571371.
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