Sekiu River

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Sekiu River
Sekiu is located in Washington (state)
Location in Washington
Country United States
Basin features
River mouth 48°17′17.2″N 124°23′40.4″W / 48.288111°N 124.394556°W / 48.288111; -124.394556
6 ft (1.8 m)
Physical characteristics
Length 12.5 mi (20.1 km)

The Sekiu River is a 12.5-mile (20.1 km) long river in the U.S. state of Washington.[1] The mouth of the river empties into Puget Sound from the Olympic Peninsula in Clallam County[2] in The river has an additional 36.7 miles (59.1 km) of tributaries connected to it. The nearest town is the census-designated place (CDP) of Sekiu approximately 4.75 miles (7.6 km) east from the mouth of the Sekiu river.[3]

The mouth of the Sekiu river is used to define the western border of North Puget Sound.[2]

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