Sweet Grass Creek

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Sweet Grass Creek
Country Park and Sweet Grass County, Montana
Basin features
Main source 3,904 feet (1,190 m)[1]
46°05′52″N 110°20′04″W / 46.09778°N 110.33444°W / 46.09778; -110.33444[1]
River mouth 45°47′10″N 109°47′23″W / 45.78611°N 109.78972°W / 45.78611; -109.78972Coordinates: 45°47′10″N 109°47′23″W / 45.78611°N 109.78972°W / 45.78611; -109.78972[1]
River system Yellowstone River

Sweet Grass Creek is a tributary of the Yellowstone River, approximately 50 mi (80 km) long, in south central Montana in the United States.

It rises in the Gallatin National Forest, in the Crazy Mountains in eastern Park County. It flows northeast, into Sweet Grass County, then southeast, past Melville, and south, joining the Yellowstone 2 mi (3 km) northwest of Greycliff.

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Sweet Grass Creek has also been known as: Otter River.[1]

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