Devilwater Creek

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Devilwater Creek (Aguaje Del Diablo)
stream
Name origin: Spanish
Country United States
State California
Region Kern County
Source source
 - location on the east slope of the Temblor Range., Kern County
 - coordinates 35°28′42″N 119°56′30″W / 35.47833°N 119.94167°W / 35.47833; -119.94167 [1]
Mouth mouth
 - location at a point just west of Media Aqua Creek., Kern County
 - elevation 997 ft (304 m) [1]
 - coordinates 35°31′18″N 119°53′40″W / 35.52167°N 119.89444°W / 35.52167; -119.89444Coordinates: 35°31′18″N 119°53′40″W / 35.52167°N 119.89444°W / 35.52167; -119.89444 [1]

Devilwater Creek, originally Arroyo Del Diablo,[2] a stream with its source on the east slope of the Temblor Range in Kern County, California, that flows northeast to terminate just a mile west southwest of the mouth of Media Aqua Creek. It was officially named Devilwater Creek in 1909.[1]

History[edit]

Aguaje Del Diablo (Devil's Watering Place) was a watering place on El Camino Viejo along the Arroyo del Diablo in the foothills on the east slope of the Temblor Range between Arroyo de Los Carneros in the south and Arroyo de Matarano to the north.[2]

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