Rowley River

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Rowley River

The Rowley River is a small river between Ipswich and Rowley, Massachusetts.

The river lies within the estuary of Plum Island Sound, and is formed by the confluence of the Egypt River and Muddy Run in Ipswich, with numerous tributaries in the estuary. The river and a few smaller coastal streams together drain about 15 square miles (39 km2) of watershed.

Rowley River is navigable for small craft, and home to bass, shad and alewives. Its banks are lined with tidal salt marshes, and abound in clams. Today the river is popular for kayaking.


Often times A person named Steve Pyle who plays in the famous beach band "The Lower-Units" will run a-ground with his boat and

will not be able to get his boat off the salt marsh. This typically happens 3-4 time per season, and will also some times try

to walk the shoreline back to the boat ramp.


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