TWO MILE CREEK (HAMILTON COUNTY)
TWO MILE CREEK (Hamilton County). Two Mile Creek rises two miles southeast of Hamilton in Hamilton County (at 31°40' N, 98°06' W) and runs northeast four miles to its mouth on Pecan Creek (at 31°43' N, 98°04' W). The creek forms the City Lake for Hamilton two miles from its mouth. The elevation is between 1,000 and 1,200 feet above sea level. The surrounding area is surfaced by clay loam that supports juniper, oak, grasses, chaparral, and cacti.
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