Beaverdam Brook (New Jersey)

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Beaverdam Brook
Beaverdam Brook.JPG
Beaverdam Brook map
Origin 40°25′33″N 74°25′44″W / 40.42583°N 74.42889°W / 40.42583; -74.42889
Mouth 40°25′53″N 74°28′18″W / 40.43139°N 74.47167°W / 40.43139; -74.47167
Progression Lawrence Brook, Raritan River, Atlantic Ocean
Basin countries United States
Mouth elevation 49 ft (15 m)

Beaverdam Brook is a tributary of Lawrence Brook in central East Brunswick, New Jersey in the United States.

Course[edit]

The source of Beaverdam Brook is at 40°25′33″N 74°25′44″W / 40.42583°N 74.42889°W / 40.42583; -74.42889 in central East Brunswick,[1] near the intersection of CR-617 (Ryders Lane) with Dunhams Corner Road. It crosses Dutch Road and the New Jersey Turnpike. It flows under Hardenburg Lane and goes through the Tamarack County Golf Course. It crosses Fresh Ponds Road and Riva Avenue and drains into Farrington Lake, a dammed section of Lawrence Brook, at 40°25′53″N 74°28′18″W / 40.43139°N 74.47167°W / 40.43139; -74.47167.[1]

Accessibility[edit]

This stream crosses many roads and runs through a golf course, both of which make it easily accessible.

Sister tributaries[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "USGS GNIS - Beaverdam Brook". USGS. Retrieved 14 June 2010. 

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