Murdock River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMurdock River
|Other name(s)||French: Rivière Murdock|
|Main source||Mud Lake, Ontario
215 m (705 ft)
|River mouth||French River (river)
French River (municipality)
182 m (597 ft)
|River system||Lake Huron drainage basin|
The river begins at Mud Lake in geographic Servos Township in Unorganized North Sudbury District. It flows west through Graham Lake, turns south, and is crossed by the Canadian Pacific Railway main line. It enters Lovering Lake at the community of Paget, flows west under Ontario Highway 69 into Kakakiwaganda Lake, then turns sharply east back under Highway 69 to Round Lake. It heads south southeast, passes briefly through the northeast corner of geographic Cox Township, enters the municipality of French River, is crossed by Ontario Highway 64 and Ontario Highway 607, and reaches its mouth at the French River near the central community of French River.
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