Roslyn River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsRoslyn River
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Location of the river mouth in Ontario
|Main source||Unnamed lake
454 m (1,490 ft)
49°11′03″N 87°30′16″W / 49.18417°N 87.50444°W
|River mouth||Gathering Lake
378 m (1,240 ft)
49°22′02″N 87°28′11″W / 49.36722°N 87.46972°W
|River system||Great Lakes Basin|
The Roslyn River is a river in Thunder Bay District in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Great Lakes Basin and is a right tributary of the Namewaminikan River.
The river begins at an unnamed lake in and flows north to Upper Roslyn Lake, where it takes in the three tributary creeks. It continues north, through the Rightwheel Narrows to Roslyn Lake, where it takes in the right tributary Drape Creek. The river heads northwest and reaches its mouth at Gathering Lake on the Namewaminikan River. The Namewaminikan River flows via Lake Nipigon and the Nipigon River to Lake Superior.
- Roslyn Lake
- Drape Creek (right)
- Upper Roslyn Lake
- Candy Creek (left)
- Klersy Creek (left)
- Liver Creek (right)
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