Grave Creek (Oregon)
|Name origin: The grave of a child, Martha Leland Crowley, who died near the creek in 1846|
|Source||Cedar Springs Mountain|
|- elevation||4,556 ft (1,389 m) |
|- location||about 5 miles (8.0 km) north of |
|- elevation||623 ft (190 m) |
|Basin||163 sq mi (422 km2) |
|Discharge||for near |
|- average||132 cu ft/s (4 m3/s) |
|- max||8,000 cu ft/s (227 m3/s)|
|- min||1 cu ft/s (0 m3/s)|
The creek begins near Cedar Springs Mountain just north of the
Named tributaries from source to mouth are Panther, Swamp, Last Chance, Big Boulder, Little Boulder, Slate, and Baker, Boulder, and Clark creeks followed by Eastman and Quartz Mill gulches. Then comes Tom East Creek followed by Benjamin Gulch, Shanks Creek, Schoolhouse Gulch, and Salmon Creek.
Further downstream are Rat Creek, Mackin Gulch, and Dog Creek, then Flume, Brimstone, and Brushy gulches. Another Tom East Creek is next, followed by Wolf, Butte, Panther, Reservoir, Fall, Poorman, and McNabe creeks. The final three tributaries are McNair, Rock, and Reuben creeks.