MONETO CREEK. Moneto Creek rises in southern Hartley County (at 35°40' N, 102°33' W) and flows south for seven miles to its mouth on the Canadian River, in northern Oldham County (at 35°33' N, 102°31' W). It was once part of the LIT and XITqqv ranges. The creek crosses flat to rolling terrain with local escarpments, surfaced with mostly deep, fine, sandy loam that supports hardwoods, brush, and grasses.
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