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Cane Creek Reservoir

Three other creeks feed into the reservoir: Toms Creek, Watery Creek, and Turkey Hill Creek. The western branch of Cane Creek feeds into Haw River, which flows into Jordan Lake.

Cane Creek Reservoir in Orange County was completed in 1988 over the objections of landowners whose property was flooded.

For a map of cane creek reservoir go to: https://www.owasa.org/cane-creek-map

Cane Creek Reservoir
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U.S. Department of the Interior. Cane Creek Resevoir, Aug. 15, 2003. 2003. Image. United States Geological Survey: South Atlantic Water Science Center- North Carolina Office. https://nc.water.usgs.gov/projects/triangle/overview.html (Accessed December 27, 2018).

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