Us-kab-wan-ka River facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsUs-kab-wan-ka River
|Other name(s)||Ush-kab-wan River|
|Main source||Rush Lake|
|River mouth||Twig, Taft|
|Length||19.7 mi-long (31.7 km)|
|River system||Cloquet River|
|Basin size||40.43 square miles (104.7 km2)|
Us-kab-wan-ka River, also known as the Ush-kab-wan River, is a small tributary of the Cloquet River in northeast Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 19.7 miles (31.7 km) long. Along with its tributaries, the Us-kab-wan-ka drains an area of 40.43 square miles (104.7 km2).
Via the Cloquet River and the Saint Louis River, it is part of the watershed of Lake Superior. It flows through Whiteface Reservoir Unorganized Territory and Grand Lake Township in southern Saint Louis County.
The river begins at the outlet of Rush Lake in Cloquet Valley State Forest and flows generally southwest, then southward. It flows into the Cloquet River, two miles south of Taft.
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