Simons River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSimons River
|Main source||39°12′46″N 075°25′48″W / 39.21278°N 75.43000°W|
|River mouth||4.7 miles northeast of Little Creek, Delaware
sea level (0 ft.)
39°13′23″N 075°24′15″W / 39.22306°N 75.40417°W
|River system||Delaware River|
The Simons River is a short river in Delaware in the United States, approximately 3 mi (5 km) long. It drains a wetlands area on the southern shore of Delaware Bay.
It is formed in Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge approximately 5 mi (8 km) northwest of Dover, Delaware, by the confluence of Herring Branch and Green Creek. It flows in a serpentine course to the Delaware. The river is flanked on the north by the mouth of the Leipsic River.
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