Tillie Creek

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Tillie Creek
Map of the San Joaquin and Tulare Basin region with the Kern River highlighted. Some rivers shown are intermittent or normally dry. A few selected canals are shown. Below: Map of the San Joaquin and Tulare Basin region showing the old lakes and river courses.
Country United States
State California
Region Sierra Nevada
District Kern County
City Wofford Heights
Physical characteristics
  location Sequoia National Forest
Lake Isabella reservoir
(formerly on North Fork Kern River)
35°42′22″N118°27′39″W / 35.70611°N 118.46083°W / 35.70611; -118.46083 Coordinates: 35°42′22″N118°27′39″W / 35.70611°N 118.46083°W / 35.70611; -118.46083
2,680 ft (820 m)
  location Kern River Valley

Tillie Creek is a tributary of the North Fork of the Kern River, in the Southern Sierra Nevada, Kern County, California.

Since the Kern River was dammed in the Kern River Valley, the creek's mouth is now on Lake Isabella reservoir in Wofford Heights.

In Wofford Heights the creek is located at 35°42′22″N118°27′39″W / 35.70611°N 118.46083°W / 35.70611; -118.46083 .

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