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White Rock, Maine

White Rock is an unincorporated community in the town of Gorham, Maine, in the United States. It formerly had a school, called White Rock Elementary, until it closed in 2011 with the coming of Great Falls Elementary on Route 237. White Rock was n ...

Whitehead Island

Whitehead Island is an island in St. George, Knox County, Maine. Whitehead Light was built on the island in 1807. The island is approximately 70 acres in area and is known for "bleached, rugged granite shores". It is one of the foggiest places on ...

Winnegance, Maine

Winnegance is an area which includes parts of the towns of West Bath, Phippsburg, and the city of Bath, Maine, United States. It is located in Sagadahoc County, near Winnegance Lake and Winnegance Creek. Winnegance is from the word Winnegansis, t ...

Winterville Plantation, Maine

According to the United States Census Bureau, the plantation has a total area of 39.0 square miles 101.0 km 2, of which 35.6 square miles 92.2 km 2 is land and 3.4 square miles 8.8 km 2, or 8.74%, is water.

Wohoa Bay

Wohoa Bay is a bay on the coast of Washington County, Maine. It is located between the towns of Addison and Jonesport. It features a coastal plateau bog ecosystem not found anywhere else in North America. Three rare species have been found in Woh ...

Wytopitlock, Maine

Wytopitlock is an unincorporated village in Reed Plantation, Aroostook County, Maine, United States. Wytopitlock is located on the Mattawamkeag River and is served by Maine State Route 171.

Yellow Head, Maine

Yellow Head is a small coastal village in the Lincoln County, in the US state of Maine. It is located on Pemaquid peninsula, 1.1 nm south of New Harbor, Maine and north of Pemaquid Lighthouse.

York Cliffs, Maine

York Cliffs is a village in the town of York in York County, Maine, United States. It lies east of the village of Cape Neddick and north of York Beach.

Alleghany Rock

Alleghany Rock is a small barren rock in Vineyard Sound, off the northeastern coast of Marthas Vineyard. It is part of the Town of Tisbury, in Dukes County.

Allen Rock (Dukes County, Massachusetts)

Allen Rock is a small barren rock located north of Chappaquiddick Island and about 2.5 miles northeast of Edgartown in Nantucket Sound off the coast of Massachusetts.

Barton Island

Barton Island is a small island in the Connecticut River, near Barton Cove, in Gill, Massachusetts, USA. The island is southeast of Riverside and far southwest of the Chappell Drive & Mohawk Trail road intersection. The island is covered with den ...

Bellingham Basin

The small Bellingham Basin, is a structural feature in eastern Massachusetts, which formed within older Proterozoic rock and contains metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks dating the Pennsylvanian, deposited between 323 and 298 million years ago ...

Bellingham Conglomerate

The Bellingham Conglomerate is one of several Pennsylvanian stratigraphic units in eastern Massachusetts. It is mainly conglomerate and greywacke, exclusive to the Bellingham Basin. The conglomerate has granite and quartzite pebbles in a mica mat ...

Bloody Bluff fault

The Bloody Bluff fault is the boundary between the Milford-Dedham zone and the Nashoba zone in eastern Massachusetts. It runs between Westborough, Massachusetts and Lynnfield, Massachusetts. In the south, into Connecticut, the component Lake Char ...

Burlington mylonite zone

The Burlington mylonite zone is a 1.5 kilometer thick mylonite zone, resulting from the dynamic recrystallization and grain size reduction of rocks, running from Weston, Massachusetts to Lynnfield, Massachusetts and Danvers, Massachusetts. The de ...

Central Massachusetts

Central Massachusetts is the geographically central region of Massachusetts. Though definitions vary, most include all of Worcester County and the northwest corner of Middlesex County. Worcester, the largest city in the area and the seat of Worce ...

Coskata, Massachusetts

Coskata is a village in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Its elevation is 3 feet, and it is located at 41°21′15″N 70°1′13″W, 2 miles northwest of Wauwinet.

Crag Mountain (Massachusetts)

Crag Mountain, 1.503 feet, of the Bald Hills region of east Franklin County, Massachusetts is the southern and most apparent summit of Brush Mountain, 1.507 feet. Narrow and precipitous, the mountain offers expansive views from its open, knife-ed ...

Crum Hill

Crum Hill, 2.841 feet, located in northwest Massachusetts, United States, in the towns of Monroe and Florida, is the highest point in Franklin County. The mountain, part of the Hoosac Range, is crossed by a trail system maintained by a local snow ...

Dry Shoal

Dry Shoal, an exposed sandbar to the north and east of Muskeget Island in the US state of Massachusetts, is a hazard to navigation. Part of the Muskeget Island group, Dry Shoal, was once larger. Now separated from Muskeget by a stretch of fairly ...

East Chop

East Chop, also known as the Vineyard Highlands, is a residential area located in the town of Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts on the north end of the island of Marthas Vineyard. It is a peninsula surrounded on the North and East by Vineyard Sound and o ...

Farley Ledges

Farley Ledges, 1.067 feet is a bluff knob located on the southeast side of Northfield Mountain in eastern Franklin County, Massachusetts. The ledge is notable for its extensive rock climbing ascents, it rises 700 feet above the small village of F ...

Glendale, Massachusetts

Glendale is a village in Berkshire County, Massachusetts. It is near Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Glendale was once an important center of institutions of private and public education. Russell Webb attended the Glendale home school. In 1904 the Gl ...

Goat Rocks (Massachusetts)

Goat Rocks is a mountain in Dukes County, Massachusetts. It is located on Marthas Vineyard 2.2 miles northwest of West Tisbury in the Town of West Tisbury. Whiting Hill is located southwest of Goat Rocks.

Indian Fort Hill

Indian Fort Hill is a summit in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. It is located north-northwest of Chatham Port in the Town of Chatham. Great Hill is located southwest of Indian Fort Hill.

Lamberts Cove Beach

Lamberts Cove Beach is a well known beach in the town of West Tisbury on the island of Marthas Vineyard in Massachusetts, United States. The beach is located off Lamberts Cove Road, and is situated in a cove off of Vineyard Sound facing west towa ...

Madaket, Massachusetts

Madaket is a census designated place in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Its elevation is 26 feet on the western end of the island. The various spellings of its name led the Board on Geographic Names to designate its official spelling in ...

Makonikey

Makonikey is a rural neighborhood on Marthas Vineyard, Massachusetts, that lies on the border of Tisbury and West Tisbury. The Tisbury section is called Lower Makonikey, and the West Tisbury section is called Upper Makonikey. The neighborhood lie ...

Memorial Square, Springfield, Massachusetts

Memorial Square is a neighborhood located in Springfield, Massachusetts. Mainly in the area of Puerto Rico with several parks, memorial Park in walking distance from the city, created by the three nationwide Hospital, Medical center Baystate, Chi ...

Middleton Basin

The Middleton Basin is a small sedimentary basin, in northeastern Massachusetts, containing Late Triassic and Early Jurassic red beds. Estimated to be 5.7 kilometers long and at most half a kilometer wide, it is one of the smallest basins in the ...

Mirey Brook

Mirey Brook is a 6.5-mile long stream located in southwestern New Hampshire in the United States. It is a tributary of the Ashuelot River, itself a tributary of the Connecticut River, which flows to Long Island Sound. Mirey brook begins in the to ...

Nantucket Basin

The Nantucket Basin is a northeast trending basin, formed in the Triassic and Jurassic, buried beneath Atlantic Coastal Plain sediments under Nantucket. The basin is believed to be 25 kilometers wide and 100 kilometers long, containing sandstone ...

North River (Deerfield River tributary)

The North River is a 3.4-mile-long river in western Massachusetts, the United States. It is formed by the merger 7.1-km 11.4 km Western branch and the 17.5-km 28.2 km to the East branch North river in Colrain, Massachusetts. The river is a tribut ...

Rattlesnake Gutter

Rattlesnake Gutter is a scenic boulder filled chasm, 3/4 mile long and 1/8 mile wide, located in Leverett, Massachusetts. The origins of the gutter are uncertain, but theories include: A tear at the site of an old geologic fault. A subglacial mel ...

Satans Kingdom, Massachusetts

Satans Kingdom is an unincorporated village in the town of Northfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. Satans Kingdom is 1.5 miles northwest of the Northfield CDP and is near the Vermont border. It was named the Kingdom of Satan, b ...

South Channel

South Channel is a small channel in the United States located in Massachusetts Bay near Boston, Massachusetts. It runs alongside Devils Back and Aldridge Ledge from northeast of Ram Head to the western coast of Commissioners Ledge.

South Nashua River

The South Nashua River is a river in Massachusetts that flows 5.1 miles through Clinton and Lancaster. It starts at the Wachusett Dam on the Wachusett Reservoir and ends by joining the North Nashua River to form the Nashua River.

South River State Forest

The South River State Forest consists of two separate sections - one adjacent to Bardwells Ferry Bridge and the other where the old Conway Electric Street Railway met the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad line. Its name comes from the riv ...

Sparrow Hill

Sparrow Hill is a summit in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. The elevation is 167 feet. Sparrow hill name is Richard Sparrow, a pioneer who had been granted land in 1637.

Spot Pond

Spot Pond is a lake in Middlesex County, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The pond is within the Middlesex Fells Reservation, a Massachusetts state park. A pond was named in 1632, the colonial Governor John Winthrop. The pond contains a large ...

Stony Brook (Merrimack River)

Stony Brook is a tributary of the Merrimack River in northeastern Massachusetts, joining the Merrimack at Chelmsford. The catchment area includes the town of Boxborough, Harvard, Littleton, Ayer, Groton, Westford, Tyngsborough, and Chelmsford. It ...

Wauwinet, Massachusetts

Wauwinet is a village in Nantucket, Massachusetts, United States. Its elevation is 3 feet. Named for an old local Indian chief, it lies on the northeastern coast of Nantucket Island, 4.7 miles north-northwest of Siasconset. There is an upscale ho ...

West Chop

West Chop is a residential area located in the town of Tisbury, Massachusetts on the north end of the island of Marthas Vineyard. It is a peninsula surrounded on the north and west by Vineyard Sound and on the east by Vineyard Haven Harbor. A lig ...

Zoar, Massachusetts

Zoar is a village within the town of Charlemont, Massachusetts in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States on the east bank of the Deerfield River. The town is part of a popular recreation area for white water rafters and railroad enthusiast ...

Ahern State Park

Ahern State Park is a 128-acre state protected area in Laconia on Winnisquam Lake in New Hampshires Lakes Region. It is open year round and offers hiking, non-motorized boating, biking, and fishing. It features 3.500 feet of lake shoreline.

Akers Pond

Akers Pond is a 276-acre water body located in Coos County in northern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Errol. Water from Akers Pond flows via Clear Stream to the Androscoggin River and thence into Maine. A lake is defined as a Coldwa ...

Androscoggin Wayside Park

Androscoggin Wayside Park is located on the Androscoggin River in Errol, New Hampshire, along Route 16. Part of the Thirteen Mile Woods Scenic Area of northern New Hampshire, the small park is free to use, open year-round, and offers a picnic are ...

Annett State Forest

Annett State Forest is a 1.494-acre state forest of New Hampshire located in the town of Rindge in Cheshire County and extending north into Sharon in Hillsborough County. It includes Annett Wayside Park and Hubbard Pond, which offers canoe access ...

Arlington Mill Reservoir

Arlington Mill Reservoir, known locally as Arlington Pond, is a 269-acre impoundment located in Rockingham County in southern New Hampshire, United States, in the town of Salem. It is located along the Spicket River, a small stream that flows sou ...

Lake Armington

Lake Armington is a 152-acre water body in the town of Piermont, in Grafton County on the western edge of the White Mountains in New Hampshire, United States. Water from Lake Armington flows north 0.2 miles into Lake Tarleton, then west via Eastm ...