Speckled Trout Creek (Greater Sudbury) facts for kids
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Aerial view of the mouth of Speckled Trout Creek at lower far right
|Main source||Unnamed lake
276 m (906 ft)
|River mouth||Lake Wanapitei
267 m (876 ft)
|River system||Great Lakes Basin|
Speckled Trout Creek is a creek in geographic Maclennan Township, Greater Sudbury in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is in the Great Lakes Basin, empties into Lake Wanapitei, and is located just north of Sudbury Airport.
Speckled Trout Creek begins at an unnamed lake and heads north. It takes in the left tributary Massey Creek, flows under the former railbed of the Canadian National Railways then the present West Bay Road, passes by the settlement of Boland's Bay, and reaches its mouth at Lake Wanapitei. Lake Wanapitei flows via the Wanapitei River and the French River to Georgian Bay on Lake Huron.
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