Tuxbury Pond

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Tuxbury Pond
South end of Tuxbury Pond, Amesbury MA.jpg
South end of Tuxbury Pond
Location Rockingham County, New Hampshire;
Essex County, Massachusetts
Coordinates 42°51′50″N 70°59′35″W / 42.86389°N 70.99306°W / 42.86389; -70.99306Coordinates: 42°51′50″N 70°59′35″W / 42.86389°N 70.99306°W / 42.86389; -70.99306
Type Reservoir
Primary inflows Powwow River
Primary outflows Powwow River
Basin countries United States
Max. length 2.1 mi (3.4 km)
Max. width 0.5 mi (0.80 km)
Surface area 119 acres (48 ha)
Surface elevation 29 m (95 ft)
Islands 2
Settlements South Hampton, New Hampshire;
Amesbury, Massachusetts

Tuxbury Pond is a lake which straddles the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border, abutting the towns of Amesbury, Massachusetts and South Hampton, New Hampshire. It is located along the Powwow River. It has two islands in the middle, and a large summer camp resort lies along the Massachusetts shore.