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Amaya Creek begins in the Santa Cruz Mountains. It runs through the Soquel Demonstration State Forest then joins with Soquel Creek.
Named for two brothers that owned that section of land in 1860. Their name may have been Amaya or Amayo.
It begins and ends in forest. There are no businesses for miles.
No vehicle roads approach the creek. It is reachable only by foot.
The USGS has the creek listed as 370430N latitude by 1215531W longitude. It is not listed on most traffic maps.
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