New Creek is an 18.4-mile-long (29.6 km) stream in eastern West Virginia, USA. It is the third major West Virginia tributary to the North Branch Potomac River. Via the Potomac, it is part of the watershed of Chesapeake Bay.
New Creek rises on New Creek Mountain in northern Grant County and flows generally northeastwardly through western Mineral County, past the community of New Creek. It joins the North Branch of the Potomac at the city of Keyser.
The creek was named after Peter New, an area pioneer.
|Thunderhill Run||Cross and Water Street Keyser|
|Stony Run||Stony Run Rd & Harley O. Staggers Drive|
|Parr Spring Run||Mountain View Addition and US 220|
|Block Run||Valley View Addition and US 220|
|Hoffman Run||New Creek Firehall and WV 972|
|King Run||New Creek, WV at WV 972|
|Ash Spring Run||Ash Spring Run Rd and US 50|
|50/1 Bridge||County Road 50/1||4 miles south of New Creek|
|Claysville Bridge||WV 93||2 miles south of New Creek|
|Northwestern Turnpike Bridge||US 50||New Creek|
|US 50 to WV 972 Right Turn Bridge||WV 972||New Creek|
|Private Bridge||Driveway||New Creek|
|Private Bridge||Driveway||1/4 mile north of New Creek|
|Cut Off Road Bridge||US 220||1 miles north of New Creek|
|Spencers Bridge||Fairfax Stone Quarry Road||2.5 miles south of Keyser|
|Wimmer Farm Bridge||Wimmer Farm Road||2 miles south of Keyser|
|Harley O. Staggers Memorial Bridge||Staggers Lane||Keyser|
|Maryland Street Bridge||Maryland Street||Keyser|
|Willow Ave Bridge||Willow Ave||Keyser|
|Staff Sergeant Jonah Edward Kelley Bridge||WV 46||Keyser|
|B&O Railroad||B&O Main Line||Keyser|
- U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed August 15, 2011
- Kenny, Hamill (1945). West Virginia Place Names: Their Origin and Meaning, Including the Nomenclature of the Streams and Mountains. Piedmont, WV: The Place Name Press. p. 441.