Misery River

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Misery River
Country United States
Physical characteristics
Main source Lake Roland, Houghton County, Michigan
River mouth Misery Bay, Lake Superior
607 ft (185 m)[1]
Basin features
Tributaries
  • Left:
    North Branch Misery River, Clear Creek
  • Right:
    Little Misery River, Capone Creek, Butch Creek, Ahola Creek

The Misery River is a 24.2-mile-long (38.9 km)[2] river on the Keewenaw Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan.

It is formed from the outflow of Lake Roland in Houghton County, Michigan at 46°53′00″N 88°51′32″W / 46.88333°N 88.85889°W / 46.88333; -88.85889[1] near Twin Lakes State Park and flows into Misery Bay on Lake Superior at 46°59′58″N 88°58′51″W / 46.99944°N 88.98083°W / 46.99944; -88.98083.[1]

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