Studleys Pond

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Studleys Pond
(Reed's Pond)
Studleys Pond, Rockland MA.jpg
Studleys Pond
Location Rockland, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°07′11″N 70°55′13″W / 42.11972°N 70.92028°W / 42.11972; -70.92028Coordinates: 42°07′11″N 70°55′13″W / 42.11972°N 70.92028°W / 42.11972; -70.92028
Primary inflows French Stream
Primary outflows French Stream
Basin countries United States
Surface area 29 acres (12 ha)
Islands Gideon's Island

Studleys Pond, known locally as Reed's Pond, is a 29-acre (120,000 m2) pond in Rockland, Massachusetts. The pond is located south of Rockland Center on Route 123, 0.1-mile (0.16 km) west of Route 139. The French Stream flows through the pond. Gideon's Island, named after Gideon Studley, lies in the southern portion of the pond. Thomas V. Mahon Park, a park which is owned by the Town of Rockland and is accessible from Route 123, lies along the southern shore of the pond.

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