ANTELOPE CREEK (NOLAN COUNTY)
ANTELOPE CREEK (Nolan County). Antelope Creek rises twenty miles northwest of Blackwell in southwest Nolan County (at 32°07' N, 100°30' W) and flows southeast for fourteen miles before emptying into Oak Creek 1½ miles southwest of Blackwell in northeast Coke County (at 32°04' N, 100°20' W). The vegetation along the creek's course includes water-tolerant hardwoods, conifers, and various grasses. The creek flows through flat terrain with locally shallow depressions; soil beds consist of expansive clays.
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