Brandywine Creek

Where can I find it?   Brandywine Creek meets Quittapahilla Creek in Lebanon just south of Rt. 422 just east of 16th St., as shown in the Google Map below:


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Brandywine Creek originates
just northeast of Stoever's Dam Lake in Stoever's Dam Park in Lebanon. The most urbanized & contaminated of the Quittie's main tributaries, the Brandywine flows southwest past Mount Lebanon Cemetary, Northwest Elementary School, and a number of residential, commercial & industrial neighborhoods.

Drainage Area:
  3.46 square miles

Stream Length: 1.7 miles (point-to-point)

Elevation at Origin: 551.2 ft.

Elevation at End: 456 ft.


Above:  Brandywine Creek becomes Stoever's Lake at Stoever's Dam in northeast Lebanon PA.  Photo by Michael Schroeder for the QWA, June 2013.

    For a photographic journey down Brandywine Creek, and for photos of the other waterways comprising the Quittapahilla watershed, see the Photos & Images pages.


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