Cow Creek (Kansas)
|Big Cow Creek|
|Part of||Arkansas River watershed|
|- location||Near Beaver, KS, Great Plains, Kansas, United States|
|- elevation||1,483 ft (452 m)|
|- location||Hutchinson, Kansas, United States|
|- elevation||452 ft (138 m) |
COW CREEK (KANSAS) Latitude and Longitude:
|Length||112 mi (180 km), East |
|Basin||859.5 sq mi (2,226 km2) |
|- average||1,230 cu ft/s (35 m3/s) |
Cow Creek is a 112-mile-long (180 km)  stream that flows through Rice and Reno Counties, Kansas. Cow Creek is a tributary of the Arkansas River; its confluence with the Arkansas is about ten miles southeast of Hutchinson, Kansas.
In the 1850s, Buffalo Bill Mathewson ran a trading post (known as "Buffalo Bill's Well") where the Santa Fe Trail crossed Cow Creek.  From Lyons, Kansas, the well is located four miles west and one mile south.
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