Roads: Highway 181 cuts across the middle of the Caney Creek
watershed. The junction of Highways 181 and N is at the center of this
watershed. Highway AA runs east-west across the southern quarter. A
county gravel road connects blacktop roads AA and FF. This road crosses
Caney Creek just below where Pine Creek flows into it.
Watershed Size: About 40 square miles.
Elevation changes from 1,460 feet at the top of Long Mountain in Caney
Mtn. Conservation Area to 600 feet at the confluence with the Bryant.
Maximum relief is 860 feet.
Caney Creek is perennial for about 7 of its 9 miles. Pine Creek is perennial
for about 10 of its 13 miles.
Landscape & Special Features
Portions of the watershed are extremely steep, especially the Caney
Mountain Conservation Area. Most of the watershed is forested.
There are large pastures around Highways AA, 181 and N. Much of the
Pine Creek bottomland is pasture. Zanoni
Mill is on a spring next to Pine Creek.
Topographic Maps: Sycamore and Gainesville NW.
School Districts: Gainesville and a small part of Dora.