KNOBBS CREEK. Knobbs Creek rises three miles south of Hills in southwestern Lee County (at 30°09' N, 97°03' W) and runs southeast for eight miles, through extreme southern Lee County, to its mouth on Pin Oak Creek, near the Lee-Fayette county line 2½ miles north of Winchester (at 30°04' N, 97°00' W). The creek flows through flat to rolling terrain with steep margins and shallow to deep sandy loam soils. Vegetation consists of pecans, willows, and grasses.
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