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Sleepy Creek

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Sleepy Creek

Sleepy Creek is a 44.0-mile-long (70.8 km)[1] Sleepy Creek on the old Baltimore & Ohio Railroad mainline. While Sleepy Creek Lake is a part of the Sleepy Creek watershed, it is an impoundment of its tributary, Meadow Branch, in Berkeley County and not of Sleepy Creek itself.


  • Bridges 1
  • Tributaries 2
  • List of cities and towns along Sleepy Creek 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6


Bridge Route Location
CR 38/10 Bridge Fish Hatchery Road (CR 38/10) Ridge
Oakland Road Bridge Oakland Road (CR 28) Oakland
CR 13 Bridge Winchester Grade Road (CR 13) Smith Crossroads
Smith Crossroads Bridge Spriggs Road (CR 13/1) Smith Crossroads
Johnson's Mill Bridge Johnson's Mill Road (CR 26) Johnsons Mill
CR 8 Bridge Highland Ridge Road (CR 8) Johnsons Mill
WV 9 Sleepy Creek Bridge Martinsburg Road (WV 9) Stohrs Crossroads
Restricted Height Bridge Burnt Mill Road (CR 1/3) Stohrs Crossroads
River Road Bridge River Road (CR 1) Sleepy Creek
Sleepy Creek Railroad Bridge Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Sleepy Creek


Tributary streams listed from south (source) to north (mouth).

  • Bear Garden Run
  • Hands Run
  • Breakneck Run
  • Indian Run
    • South Fork Indian Run
    • Middle Fork Indian Run
    • North Fork Indian Run
  • Rock Gap Run
  • Middle Fork Sleepy Creek
    • Iden Run
  • South Fork Sleepy Creek
    • Merchant Run
  • Mountain Run
  • Yellow Spring Run
  • Meadow Branch

List of cities and towns along Sleepy Creek

See also


  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed August 15, 2011

External links

  • Sleepy Creek Watershed Association

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