Little Quilcene River

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Coordinates: 47°49′32″N 122°51′37″W / 47.82556°N 122.86028°W / 47.82556; -122.86028
Little Quilcene River
Country United States
State Washington
County Jefferson, Clallam
Source Olympic Mountains
 - coordinates 47°52′31″N 123°2′51″W / 47.87528°N 123.04750°W / 47.87528; -123.04750 [1]
Mouth Hood Canal
 - coordinates 47°49′32″N 122°51′37″W / 47.82556°N 122.86028°W / 47.82556; -122.86028 [1]
Location of the mouth of the Little Quilcene River in Washington

The Little Quilcene River is a river on the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. It rises in Clallam County, near Mount Townsend of the Olympic Mountains. The river flows generally east through the Olympic National Forest. After exiting the higher mountains and the national forest the Little Quilcene River flows east and southeast through rolling terrain. It enters Jefferson County and flows more directly south to Quilcene, where it empties into the northern end of Quilcene Bay, part of Hood Canal. The Big Quilcene River enters Quilcene Bay less than a mile to the south.[2]

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  1. ^ a b U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Little Quilcene River
  2. ^ General course info from USGS topographic maps accessed via the "GNIS in Google Map" feature of the USGS Geographic Names Information System website.