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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Santiago Creek, Chino Creek, Black Star Canyon, Yorba Hacienda, Agua Mansa, California, La Placita, California, Santa Ana Canyon, Santa Ana River bicycle path, Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, City Creek, Temescal Creek, List of Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Santiago Creek, Chino Creek, Black Star Canyon, Yorba Hacienda, Agua Mansa, California, La Placita, California, Santa Ana Canyon, Santa Ana River bicycle path, Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, City Creek, Temescal Creek, List of tributaries of the Santa Ana River, Diego Sepulveda Adobe, Mystic Lake, Lytle Creek, Santa Ana Sucker, Seven Oaks Dam, Prado Dam, Silverado Canyon, Martha McLean - Anza Narrows, Baldwin Lake, Lake Irvine, Phacelia stellaris, Seven Oaks Reservoir, Mill Creek, Santa Ana Valley, Atriplex watsonii, Bear Creek. Excerpt: Santa Ana River - a.new, #quickbar a.new/* cache key: enwiki: resourceloader: filter: minify-css:5: f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Santa Ana River Mill Creek is one of two major headwaters forks of the Santa Ana RiverThe Santa Ana River rises in Santa Ana Canyon in the southern San Bernardino Mountains, at the confluence of two tiny streams, Heart Bar Creek and Coon Creek, at an elevation of 6,991 feet (2,131 m). Its highest sources are Dollar Lake, at 9,288 feet (2,831 m), and Dry Lake, at 9,068 feet (2,764 m), both on the northern flank of San Gorgonio Mountain, at the headwaters of a small left tributary, the South Fork Santa Ana River. The river initially flows west through this broad and deep gorge, and about 18 miles (29 km) from its headwaters, receives its first major tributary from the right: Bear Creek, flowing southwest from well-known Big Bear Lake. The river turns south, passing through the Seven Oaks Dam, flowing out of its canyon into the arid interior basin of San Bernardino County and Riverside County, and receives Mill Creek from the left as it winds westwards towards the city of San Bernardino. As it passes through the urban area, it receives City Creek from the right an...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Santiago Creek, Chino Creek, Black Star Canyon, Yorba Hacienda, Agua Mansa, California, La Placita, California, Santa Ana Canyon, Santa Ana River bicycle path, Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, City Creek, Temescal Creek, List of Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 26. Chapters: Santiago Creek, Chino Creek, Black Star Canyon, Yorba Hacienda, Agua Mansa, California, La Placita, California, Santa Ana Canyon, Santa Ana River bicycle path, Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, City Creek, Temescal Creek, List of tributaries of the Santa Ana River, Diego Sepulveda Adobe, Mystic Lake, Lytle Creek, Santa Ana Sucker, Seven Oaks Dam, Prado Dam, Silverado Canyon, Martha McLean - Anza Narrows, Baldwin Lake, Lake Irvine, Phacelia stellaris, Seven Oaks Reservoir, Mill Creek, Santa Ana Valley, Atriplex watsonii, Bear Creek. Excerpt: Santa Ana River - a.new, #quickbar a.new/* cache key: enwiki: resourceloader: filter: minify-css:5: f2a9127573a22335c2a9102b208c73e7 */ Santa Ana River Mill Creek is one of two major headwaters forks of the Santa Ana RiverThe Santa Ana River rises in Santa Ana Canyon in the southern San Bernardino Mountains, at the confluence of two tiny streams, Heart Bar Creek and Coon Creek, at an elevation of 6,991 feet (2,131 m). Its highest sources are Dollar Lake, at 9,288 feet (2,831 m), and Dry Lake, at 9,068 feet (2,764 m), both on the northern flank of San Gorgonio Mountain, at the headwaters of a small left tributary, the South Fork Santa Ana River. The river initially flows west through this broad and deep gorge, and about 18 miles (29 km) from its headwaters, receives its first major tributary from the right: Bear Creek, flowing southwest from well-known Big Bear Lake. The river turns south, passing through the Seven Oaks Dam, flowing out of its canyon into the arid interior basin of San Bernardino County and Riverside County, and receives Mill Creek from the left as it winds westwards towards the city of San Bernardino. As it passes through the urban area, it receives City Creek from the right an...

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