Marsh Creek and Oak Orchard Creek

Oak Orchard Creek is an important waterway located in western New York, with a total length of 36 miles. It begins near the Oak Orchard swamps in Genesee county and runs through Orleans County into Lake Ontario at Point Breeze.

Marsh Creek is a major tributary of the Oak Orchard.

These two bodies of water meet up at an area called “The Bridges”. Their watershed covers an area of approximately 246 square miles. Distinguishing features include a large number of waterfalls and rapids over its course, making for popular fishing. The creeks are home to several species of fish, such as bass, trout and salmon.