Hilly Land in Bullitt County
This map uses a slope of 15 degrees to define the parts of the county that can be classified as hilly. It is possible to tell where many of the streams are located by looking at the paths of the non-hilly land.
Bullitt County Watersheds
This map shows the major and minor watersheds in the county, and also shows the extent of the flood plain.
Bullitt County Waterways
This map identifies by name the main rivers and streams in the county. As you can see, the entire county is drained by the Salt River which then flows into the Ohio River.
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