Wildcat Creek consists of three main forks-North, South, and Middle. All forks flow in a general east-west direction through varied topography and land uses, including cropland, pasture, forest and developed areas.
Much of the bedrock in the Wildcat valley has been eroded by pre-glacial drainage, and the valley has been covered by glacial drift as a result of glaciation. Several large glacial kames (mounds) are visible from the South Fork of Wildcat Creek. The North Fork of Wildcat cuts through bedrock in a few areas, creating scenic overlooks up to 130 feet above the stream.
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River/Creek (Up to Class II)