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Hunting Creek seen from the east in 2010; Alexandria is to the right
|Region||Fairfax County and Alexandria|
|River mouth||Potomac River
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Hunting Creek is a cove and tributary stream of the Potomac River between the City of Alexandria and Fairfax County in Virginia. It is formed by the confluence of Cameron Run and Hooff Run. The community of Huntington takes its name from the creek. Jones Point forms the north side. Dyke Marsh is just to the south. The George Washington Memorial Parkway crosses it on a bridge.
The creek is sometimes referred to as Great Hunting Creek, to distinguish it from Little Hunting Creek.
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