Cross River

Cross River has two main branches that flow northwards through primarily forested land. The west branch originates in New Zealand on the lands just west of the Townshend Woodlot, while the east branch extends northwest from New Harmony. The branches meet just west of the Souris Line Road, after which the stream flows into McInnis' Dam before meeting the Gulf of St. Lawrence at Big Pond.

At a Glance

- 4429 hectares in land area
- Approximately 85% of the watershed area is forested
- 924 hectares are owned by the Government of Prince Edward Island
- 458 hectares are used for agriculture
- There are 48 km of stream within the Cross River Watershed network

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