Cedar Creek, also called Brush Creek, is a stream in Chase County, Kansas. It is a tributary to the Cottonwood River. Cedar Creek’s headwaters include three streams — Cedar Creek, Bill’s Creek, and Middle Creek.
The 27-mile-long Cedar Creek and the south fork of the Cottonwood River flow into the Cottonwood River, which is a tributary of the Neosho River.
Middle Creek to the confluence with the Cottonwood River is a relatively clear gravel bottom stream. Minnows, crayfish, and spotted bass reside in the stream.
A tributary of Cedar Creek is Coon Creek, which is 11 miles long.