Bryant Creek Tributaries
Trail Creek has a small watershed, west of Dora, in the southeast portion
of the Bryant Creek watershed. Rainwater falling on the watershed runs
into Trail Creek from east of the Highway AC ridge; south from Highway
14; and drains west from Highway 181 and north from Highway CC.
Trail is by the creek at the end of Highway AC. Richville is on Highway
There are several county roads in the watershed. Two cross the creek near
Watershed Size: About 20 square miles.
Elevation ranges from 1,180 feet above sea level along Highway 14 west
of Richville to 680 feet at its mouth. Maximum relief is 500 feet.
Tributaries: Burgess Hollow Creek drains into Trail Creek from the north.
Trail Creek is perennial for about 5 of its 7 miles. This includes a
couple of miles up Burgess Hollow.
Landscape & Special Features
The steep lower watershed is mostly forested, while much of the moderate
slopes and broad ridges of the middle and upper watershed are pasture
land. Devils Rock Pile, Sauls Knob, and Simpson Mountain are notable
high points in the upper reaches of the watershed.
Gentryville, Dora, and Sycamore.
School District: Dora.