Pawtuckaway River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsPawtuckaway River
The Pawtuckaway River near its source in Nottingham, NH
|Towns||Nottingham, Raymond, Epping|
|Main source||Pawtuckaway Lake
250 ft (76 m)
|River mouth||Lamprey River
128 ft (39 m)
|Length||3.6 mi (5.8 km)|
The Pawtuckaway River is a 3.6-mile-long (5.8 km) river in southeastern New Hampshire in the United States. It is a tributary of the Lamprey River, part of the Great Bay and Piscataqua River watershed leading to the Atlantic Ocean.
The river forms the south outlet of Pawtuckaway Lake, a 900-acre (360 ha) lake in the town of Nottingham, New Hampshire. The river travels southeast through a wooded valley, passing under New Hampshire Route 156, entering the town of Raymond briefly, then crossing into Epping, where it joins the Lamprey River near the village of West Epping.
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