Mill River (Massachusetts-Rhode Island)

Mill River (Massachusetts-Rhode Island)

The Mill River is a river in the U.S. states of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It flows approximately 24 km (15 mi).

Course

The river rises in Hopkinton, Massachusetts from an unnamed lake next to Interchange 21 of Interstate 495. From there, the river flows south through Hopkinton, then into Worcester County where the river flows between Upton and Milford. It continues south through Hopedale, Mendon, and Blackstone to Rhode Island, where the rivers flows through Woonsocket to its confluence with the Blackstone River.

Crossings

Below is a list of all crossings over the Mill River. The list starts at the headwaters and goes downstream.
*Hopkinton
**Elm Street
**West Elm Street
**West Main Street
*Upton
**Reservoir Road
**East Street
**Fiske Mill Road
*Hopedale
**West Street (MA 140)
**Freedom Street
**Mendon Street
**Mill Street
*Mendon
**Hartford Avenue
**Bellingham Street
**Colonial Drive
*Blackstone
**Elm Street
**Summer Street
*Woonsocket
**Privilege Street (RI 114)
**East School Street

Tributaries

In addition to many unnamed tributaries, the following brooks also feed the Mill:
*Muddy Brook
*Round Meadow Brook
*Hop Brook
*Quick Stream

ee also

*List of rivers in Massachusetts
*List of rivers in Rhode Island

References

*Maps from the United States Geological Survey


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