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Sinking Creek map, photos, satellite view and comments. Sinking Creek is a Stream in Shannon County, MO with an elevation of 686 feet, or 209 meters above sea level. This place is also known as Big Sinking Creek, Hanning Creek, Nash Creek, Stephens Creek and Sugar Tree Creek. Additional PlaceKeeper notes: Flows SW to the Current River 1.5 mi N of the settlement of Round Spring

A satellite image of the Sinking Creek area in Shannon County, MO. Click the map image to see more detail and to pan and zoom.

What's Nearby Sinking Creek
Sinking Creek 0.00 miles away
A Stream in Shannon, Missouri
Brim Hollow 0.14 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Benton Hollow 0.37 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Wilhite Hollow 0.60 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Camp Zoe 0.63 miles away
A Locale in Shannon, Missouri
Fillchew Hollow 1.03 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Kelly Hollow 1.03 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Dugan Hollow 1.06 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Burnt House Hollow 1.06 miles away
A Valley in Shannon, Missouri
Union Hill School 1.06 miles away
A School in Shannon, Missouri

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Bridgehunter.com | Sinking Creek Bridge
Facts Overview Three-span open-spandrel arches over Sinking Creek on MO 19 north of Round Spring Location Shannon County, Missouri Status Closed to traffic

A New Gateway to the Ozarks | Missouri State Parks
A New Gateway to the Ozarks. ... It has been an attraction since because of its location in a deep wooded valley cut by Sinking Creek, ... The Shut-Ins has Missouri ...

Timber Farms The Sinks - Home of Timber Farms The Sinks
Timber Farms, The Sinks is located on a family farm along Sinking Creek about 25 miles south of Salem, MO and 19 miles north of Eminence, MO where you can hike, fish ...

General Information | Missouri State Parks
In November of 2013, the State of Missouri acquired 330 acres in Shannon County along Sinking Creek near the Current River for $640,000. This property, formerly known ...

Sinking Creek in Shannon County MO - Hometown Locator
Sinking Creek - Physical Feature (Stream) in Shannon County. Sinking Creek is a physical feature (stream) in Shannon County. The primary coordinates for Sinking Creek ...

Place Type
Sinking Creek is a Stream. Definition: Linear body of water flowing on the Earth's surface (anabranch, awawa, bayou, branch, brook, creek, distributary, fork, kill, pup, rio, river, run, slough).

Latitude and Longitude:
Latitude: 37.3025462
Longitude: -91.4154157

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