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Sugar Island (Ohio)

Sugar Island of Ottawa County, Ohio, United States in southwestern Lake Erie. It is a private island and one of the smaller of the island group at 0.123 km². It lies just off the northwest shore of Middle Bass Island. It is located in Put-in-Bay ...

                                               

Big Otter Creek

Big Otter Creek is a waterway that empties into Lake Erie at Port Burwell, Ontario. It is 42 kilometres long, and the area of its drainage basin is 712 square kilometres. The creeks headwaters are north of the Horseshoe Moraine, and its mouth is ...

                                               

Long Point Region Conservation Authority

The Long Point Region Conservation Area is an agency of the province of Ontario, Canada, formed to preserve the volume of flow, and purity, of the watercourses that flow into Lake Erie, near Long Point. Rivers that flow through the region include ...

                                               

Lynn River

The Lynn Valley Trail follows the river between Port Dover and the town of Simcoe. It is possible to kayak down the Lynn River to the outskirts of Port Dover. The watershed stretches throughout Norfolk County and is one of few cold water tributar ...

                                               

Nanticoke Creek (Ontario)

Nanticoke Creek is a watercourse in Haldimand County, Ontario. It is approximately 15 kilometres long, emptying into Lake Erie approximately 15 km west of the mouth of the Grand River. The creek drains approximately 180 square kilometres. The sma ...

                                               

Venison Creek (Ontario)

Venison Creek is the largest tributary to Big Creek, in the Long Point Region Conservation Area, on the north shore of Lake Erie, in Ontario, Canada. The watershed was originally heavily wooded, until settlers of European descent cleared the land ...

                                               

Populated places on Lake Erie in Canada

                                               

Populated places on Lake Erie in the United States

                                               

Abram Creek (Ohio)

Abram Creek, in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, is a tributary of the Rocky River, draining 10.6 square miles in parts of Berea, Brook Park, Cleveland, Middleburg Heights, and a very small portion of Parma Heights. The watershed comprises residential, com ...

                                               

Ashtabula River

The Ashtabula River is a river located northeast of Cleveland in Ohio. The river flows into Lake Erie at the city of Ashtabula, Ohio. It is 40 miles in length and drains 137 square miles.

                                               

Auglaize River

The Auglaize River is a 113-mile-long tributary of the Maumee River in northwestern Ohio in the United States. It drains a primarily rural farming area in the watershed of Lake Erie. The name of the river comes from the French word for glaise. Th ...

                                               

Beaver Creek (Lorain County, Ohio)

Beaver Creek is a large creek in Lorain County, Ohio, USA. It flows through the township of Amherst, and through the western end of the corporation-limits of the City of Lorain, and into Lake Erie. The entire Beaver Creek watershed is composed of ...

                                               

Belle River (Michigan)

The Belle River is a 73.5-mile-long river in the U.S. state of Michigan, flowing into the St. Clair River in Marine City at 42°42′25″N 82°29′50″W. The North Branch Belle River rises out of Long Lake at 43°00′50″N 83°08′41″W in section 22 of Attic ...

                                               

Black River (Ohio)

The Black River is a tributary of Lake Erie, about 12 mi long, in northern Ohio in the United States. Via Lake Erie, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, it is part of the watershed of the St. Lawrence River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean. The ...

                                               

Blanchard River

The Blanchard River is a 103-mile-long tributary of the Auglaize River in northwestern Ohio in the United States. It drains a primarily rural farming area in the watershed of Lake Erie. It rises in central Hardin County, on the northern outskirts ...

                                               

Buffalo River (New York)

The Buffalo River drains a 447-square-mile watershed in Western New York state, emptying into the eastern end of Lake Erie at the City of Buffalo. The river has three tributaries: Cayuga Creek, Buffalo Creek, and Cazenovia Creek. The Buffalo Rive ...

                                               

Canadaway Creek

Canadaway Creek is a stream in Chautauqua County, New York which empties into Lake Erie in Dunkirk, New York. Non-natives settled on the creek first in 1804, in what was first called "Canadaway" and became Fredonia, New York.

                                               

Canesadooharie

Canesadooharie was a phonetic variant of a name of a river in the northern part of the U.S. state of Ohio. Traditionally thought by historians to refer to the Black River of modern-day Lorain County, it is now believed more likely to have been th ...

                                               

Cattaraugus Creek

Cattaraugus Creek is a stream, approximately 68 miles long, in western New York in the United States. The creek drains a wooded rural portion of western New York southwest of Buffalo into Lake Erie. In its lower course it flows primarily through ...

                                               

Cayuga Creek

Cayuga Creek is a small stream in western New York, United States, with stretches in both Erie County and Wyoming County. The creek enters Buffalo Creek in the northwest corner of the Town of West Seneca in Erie County, just upstream from the New ...

                                               

Cazenovia Creek

Cazenovia Creek is a creek in Western New York, United States. It is a tributary of the Buffalo River, which empties into Lake Erie. Cazenovia Creek and its watershed are entirely within Erie County.

                                               

Chagrin River

The Chagrin River is located in Northeast Ohio. The river has two branches, the Aurora Branch and East Branch. Of three hypotheses as to the origin of the name, the most probable is that it is a corruption of the name of a Frenchman, Sieur de Seg ...

                                               

Chautauqua Creek

Chautauqua Creek is a tributary of Lake Erie, approximately 15 miles long, in the southwestern corner of New York in the United States. The headwaters of the creek rise in the town of Sherman, in Chautauqua County, and flow in a northerly directi ...

                                               

Conneaut Creek

Conneaut Creek is a 43.5-mile tributary of Lake Erie in northwestern Pennsylvania and northeastern Ohio in the United States. Via Lake Erie, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, it is part of the watershed of the St. Lawrence River, which flows to ...

                                               

East Branch St. Joseph River

                                               

East Fork West Branch St. Joseph River

                                               

Eighteen Mile Creek (Erie County)

Eighteen Mile Creek is a tributary of Lake Erie located in southern Erie County, New York, United States. The creek is the second largest tributary of Lake Erie in New York State. The name is derived from the creeks distance south of the Niagara ...

                                               

Elk Creek (Lake Erie)

Elk Creek is a 30.4-mile tributary of Lake Erie in Erie County, Pennsylvania in the United States. The creek is part of the Lake Erie Watershed and has a drainage basin of 99.4 square miles. Elk Creek is stocked with brown trout and steelhead by ...

                                               

Fourmile Creek (Pennsylvania)

Fourmile Creek is a tributary of Lake Erie in Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is approximately 8 miles in length. It has a drainage basin of 11.93 square miles and is a part of the Lake Erie Watershed.

                                               

Goose Creek (River Raisin)

Goose Creek is a small stream in Hillsdale, Jackson and Lenawee counties in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a tributary of the River Raisin. The headwaters form in Somerset Township in northeast Hillsdale County flowing northeast to join the Ri ...

                                               

Grand River (Ohio)

The Grand River is a tributary of Lake Erie, 102.7 miles long, in northeastern Ohio in the United States. Via Lake Erie, the Niagara River and Lake Ontario, it is part of the watershed of the St. Lawrence River, which flows to the Atlantic Ocean. ...

                                               

Huron River (Ohio)

The Huron River is a 14.9-mile-long waterway in the north central Ohio in the United States. The watershed drains large portions of Erie County and Huron County, the northeast corners of Seneca County and Crawford County, and northern portions of ...

                                               

Little Auglaize River

The Little Auglaize River is a 47.0-mile-long tributary of the Auglaize River in northwest Ohio in the United States. It drains a primarily rural farming area in the watershed of Lake Erie. It rises in southern Van Wert County, approximately 10 m ...

                                               

Little River Raisin

                                               

Malletts Creek

Malletts Creek is a stream in Washtenaw County, Michigan. A tributary to the Huron River, much of Malletts Creeks watershed lies within urban or suburban areas. Approximately 40% of the land within the creeks watershed is topped with impermeable ...

                                               

Milk River (Michigan)

The Milk River is a 1.7-mile-long stream in Wayne County and Macomb County, Michigan, flowing into Lake St. Clair. It flows through the cities of Grosse Pointe Woods and St. Clair Shores.

                                               

North River (Michigan)

The North River is a 1.1-mile-long stream in Bedford Township in southeastern Michigan, the United States. It is a tributary of Flat Creek, which flows northeast to Little Lake Creek, a tributary of Lake Erie.

                                               

Ottawa River (Auglaize River tributary)

The Ottawa River is a tributary of the Auglaize River, approximately 50 miles long, in northwestern Ohio in the United States. The river is named for the Ottawa tribe of Native Americans who inhabited the area in the 18th century. It shares its n ...

                                               

Ottawa River (Lake Erie)

The Ottawa River, also known as Ottawa Creek, is a short river, approximately 20 miles long if Tenmile Creek, the longest tributary, is included), in northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan in the United States. It drains an area on the Ohio-Michig ...

                                               

Raccoon Creek (Erie County, Pennsylvania)

Raccoon Creek is located in northwestern Pennsylvania just west of West Springfield in Erie County. Its mouth opens into Lake Erie not far from the Ohio border. Raccoon Creek Park is a township picnic area located just to the east of the creeks.

                                               

River Raisin

The River Raisin is a river in southeastern Michigan, United States that flows through glacial sediments into Lake Erie. The area today is an agricultural and industrial center of Michigan. The river flows for almost 139 miles, draining an area o ...

                                               

Saline River (Michigan)

The Saline River is a 45.6-mile-long river in southeastern Michigan in the United States. A tributary of the River Raisin, it originates in Washtenaw County; flows through the cities of Saline and Milan, where it enters Monroe County; then joins ...

                                               

Sandy Creek (Michigan)

Sandy Creek is an 18.5-mile-long creek located entirely within Monroe County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The creek rises in London Township in the north-central portion of the county and flows southeast into Lake Erie in Frenchtown Charter Tow ...

                                               

Sixteenmile Creek (Ontario)

Sixteenmile Creek is a stream in the municipality of West Elgin, Elgin County in Southwestern Ontario, Canada. It is part of the Great Lakes Basin, and flows from a point just south of Ontario Highway 401 east of exit 129 through the community of ...

                                               

Smoke Creek (New York)

Smoke Creek, Smokes Creek or Smokes Creek) is a small stream in Erie County, New York. It originates southwest of East Aurora and flows into Lake Erie at Lackawanna. The height above sea level is 174 metres. A left tributary is the South Branch S ...

                                               

Tiffin River

The Tiffin River is a 54.9-mile-long tributary of the Maumee River in northwestern Ohio in the United States. Headwater tributaries of the river rise in southeastern Michigan. The river drains a primarily rural farming region in the watershed of ...

                                               

Trout Creek (Michigan)

Trout Creek is a 6.5-mile-long tributary of Paint Creek in Oakland County, Michigan, in the United States. Via Paint Creek and the Clinton River, it is a tributary of Lake St. Clair. Trout Creek flows through the Bald Mountain Recreation Area and ...

                                               

Twelvemile Creek (Pennsylvania)

Twelvemile Creek is stocked with steelhead by the Pennsylvania Fish Commission. Crayfish, frogs and waterbugs are plentiful. The stream also has many natural small waterfalls made of Pennsylvania Blue stone.

                                               

Twentymile Creek (Lake Erie tributary)

Twentymile Creek is a tributary of Lake Erie in Chautauqua County, New York and Erie County, Pennsylvania in the United States. Twentymile Creek joins Lake Erie near the community of Orchard Beach, Pennsylvania. Twentymile Creek is considered the ...

                                               

Vermilion River (Ohio)

The Vermilion River is a river in northern Ohio in the United States. It is 66.9 miles long and is a tributary of Lake Erie, draining an area of 268 square miles. The name alludes to the reddish clay that is the predominant local soil along its r ...

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