Seneca Creek (North Fork South Branch Potomac River)

Seneca Creek (North Fork South Branch Potomac River)

Seneca Creek (North Fork South Branch Potomac River)

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Seneca Creek is a tributary of the North Fork South Branch Potomac River in Pendleton County, West Virginia, USA.

Seneca Creek lies within the Spruce Knob-Seneca Rocks National Recreation Area of the Monongahela National Forest. It is formed by two spring-fed streams, Slab Camp Run and Trussel Run, on the western flanks of Spruce Mountain to the north of Spruce Knob. It empties into the North Fork South Branch at the community of Seneca Rocks near the base of the Seneca Rocks formation.

Tributaries

Tributary streams are listed from south (source) to north (mouth).
  • Slab Camp Run
  • Trussel Run
  • Beech Run
  • Lower Gulf Run
    • Whites Run
  • Gulf Run
  • Strader Run
  • Horsecamp Run
    • Wamsley Run
    • McIntosh Run
  • Roaring Creek
  • Brushy Run


Communities along Seneca Creek



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