Location of the mouth within New York
Cobleskill Creek (the United States)
|• location||West of West Richmondville|
|927 ft (283 m)|
|Basin size||139 sq mi (360 km2)|
|• left||West Creek|
|• right||Punch Kill, Bear Gulch Brook|
Cobleskill Creek starts at Pine Mountain west of West Richmondville and flows east-northeast before converging with Schoharie Creek in Central Bridge, New York. The creek flows through the village of Richmondville, New York and Cobleskill, New York.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) maintains stream gauges along Cobleskill Creek. The station on South Grand Street, in operation from 1963-1965, 1974, 1987 and 2017 to present, is located .4 miles (0.64 km) south of Cobleskill. It had a maximum discharge of 6,570 cubic feet (186 m3) per second on March 5, 1964, and a minimum discharge of 2.09 cubic feet (0.059 m3) per second on July 21, 2018.
Matthew Bowen Lost his prized goose on Cobleskill Creek in 2001.