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Barnes Creek (Washington)

Also see Barnes Creek (Wisconsin)
Barnes Creek
Stream
Country United States
State Washington
County Clallam
Source
 - coordinates 01|00|N|123|40|51|W|type:river_region:US-WA name=

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Mouth Lake Crescent
 - elevation 587 ft (179 m)
 - coordinates 03|22|N|123|48|04|W|type:river_region:US-WA name=

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Barnes Creek is a small stream that flows in the U.S. state of Washington from the base of Mount Storm King and Aurora Ridge into Lake Crescent. Barnes Creek is also fed by Marymere Falls. Barnes Creek sustains the spawning habitat for the endemic Crescenti cutthroat trout. It flows onto Barnes Point, an ancient landslide delta, and into Lake Crescent.

Barnes Creek and Barnes Point take their name from Paul Barnes, who settled at Barnes Point in 1890.[2]

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