Bolton River (Ontario)

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Bolton River
River
Country Canada
Province Ontario
District Algoma District
Municipality Huron Shores
Source Bright Lake
 - elevation 181 m (594 ft)
 - coordinates 46°15′01″N 83°15′51″W / 46.25028°N 83.26417°W / 46.25028; -83.26417
Mouth Mississagi River
 - elevation 173 m (568 ft)
 - coordinates 46°15′37″N 83°12′50″W / 46.26028°N 83.21389°W / 46.26028; -83.21389Coordinates: 46°15′37″N 83°12′50″W / 46.26028°N 83.21389°W / 46.26028; -83.21389
Length 5.4 km (3 mi)
Location of the mouth of the Bolton River in Ontario

The Bolton River is a river near the community of Iron Bridge in Huron Shores, Algoma District, Ontario, Canada. It is 5.4 kilometres (3 mi) long and begins at Bright Lake at an elevation of 181 metres (594 ft). It takes in an unnamed creek from Dean lake at 46°15′27″N 83°13′31″W / 46.25750°N 83.22528°W / 46.25750; -83.22528 at an elevation of 174 metres (571 ft), and empties into the Mississagi River at an elevation of 173 metres (568 ft).

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