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|Little Darby Creek|
|Big Darby Creek|
LITTLE DARBY CREEK (OHIO) Latitude and Longitude:
|827 ft (252 m)|
|Designated||March 10, 1994|
The Little Darby Creek is a tributary to the Darby Creek System in central Ohio.  The creeks are part of the Scioto River drainage basin. Little Darby Creek runs from an area near the Lafayette-Plain City Road Bridge downstream to the confluence with Big Darby Creek near the Darby Creek Metro Park. The village of Georgesville, Ohio forms the western edge of the Confluence.
Little Darby Creek for many years appeared to be bigger than Big Darby Creek at their confluence. This was due to a concrete fill dam across the path of the Little Darby Creek just north of the confluence. It was locally known as Oakie's dam. The Franklin County Metro Park System later removed this structure. The Little Darby creek bed has returned to it natural condition and the presence of the dam is now very hard to detect.
- "Little Darby Creek". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey. Retrieved August 15, 2014.
- "Ohio DNR: Big & Little Darby Creek State & National Scenic River". Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Retrieved August 15, 2014.
- "Big and Little Darby Creeks, Ohio". National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. Retrieved August 15, 2014.
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