Big Creek, Kentucky

Big Creek is a 4.5 miles long creek in Kentucky, United States whose headwaters are in Leslie County and that flows into the Red Bird River in Clay County. A postoffice and village are named for it. Its own name is likely purely descriptive of its frequent flooding and high water levels, as it is not otherwise one of the biggest tributaries of Red Bird River.
  • Source: Collins/Couch fork headwaters
  • 2nd source: Upper forks of Old McHenry Fork
  • 3rd source: Halls Fork headwaters
  • 4th source: Left Fork Ulysses Fork headwaters
  • Mouth: Red Bird River
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