|East Fork Gap||E Haywood County on the head of Garden Creek.|
|East Fork Grassy Creek||rises in S Mitchell County and flows NW to join Middle Fork Grassy Creek in forming Grassy Creek.|
|East Fork Lake||in central Jackson County on Tuckasegee River. Formed in 1955 to be a reservoir for Nantahala Power and Light Company. Combines with Wolf Creek Lake, which see, to generate hydroelectric power. Covers 40 acres, with max. depth of 120 ft. Shoreline is 3.2 mi. Named for East Fork of Tuckasegee River, an old name for the Tuckasegee River.|
|East Fork Overflow Creek||rises in SE Macon County and flows SW to join West Fork Overflow Creek in forming Overflow Creek.|
|East Fork Pigeon River||rises in SW Haywood County near the Transylvania County line and flows N to join West Fork Pigeon River in forming Pigeon River. Known by the Cherokee Indians as Junietta.|
|East Fork Shut-in Creek||rises in W Madison County and flows NW to join West Fork Shut-in Creek in forming Shut-in Creek.|
|East Fork Township||S Haywood County.|
|East Fork Twelvemile Creek||rises in W Union County and flows SW to join West Fork in forming Twelvemile Creek.|
|East Fork [Barkers Creek]||rises in W Jackson County and flows N to join West Fork in forming Barkers Creek.|
|East Fork [Bull Creek]||rises in E Madison County and flows SW to join West Fork in forming Bull Creek.|
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