When visiting the creek environment, please remember that most of our creeks receive stormwater that can carry pollutants. Due to their urban environment, most of the creeks have bacteria levels that exceed state standards and could pose a health risk to humans and pets even when the water looks inviting. Please enjoy our creeks from designated trails in our parks.
Beville Heights Creek is a tributary of Hogtown Creek. The creek starts just east of the 1800 block of 55th Street at Kingswood Pond. It flows through the Kingswood, Hillcrest, Mill Pond and Beville Heights neighborhoods. You can visit and explore this creek at the City of Gainesville's new Cofrin Nature Park, located at 4810 NW 8th Avenue. Residential neighborhoods account for 90% of the land-use in its watershed with 5% natural and 5% commercial.
Water quality monitoring information is available for Beville Creek. To access this data, please visit here and access the monitoring stations and data by clicking on the station on the interactive map.
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