Chockalog River

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Brook Road crossing upstream view
Chockalog River (Massachusetts + Rhode Island) map.jpg
Chockalog River and environs
EtymologyAlgonquian for fox place
CountryUnited States
StateMassachusetts, Rhode Island
Physical characteristics
Source confluenceGreene and Cedar Swamp Brooks
 ⁃ coordinates42°1′4″N 71°41′11″W / 42.01778°N 71.68639°W / 42.01778; -71.68639
 ⁃ elevation439 ft (134 m)
MouthNipmuc River
 ⁃ coordinates
41°59′45″N 71°41′24″W / 41.99583°N 71.69000°W / 41.99583; -71.69000Coordinates: 41°59′45″N 71°41′24″W / 41.99583°N 71.69000°W / 41.99583; -71.69000
 ⁃ elevation
377 ft (115 m)
Length2.2 mi (3.5 km)

The Chockalog River is a river in the U.S. states of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It flows approximately 4 km (2 mi). Its name is said to mean "fox place".


The river is formed in Douglas, Massachusetts by the confluence of Greene and Cedar Swamp brooks. From there, it flows south to Burrillville, Rhode Island where it converges with Round Top Brook to form the Nipmuc River.


Brook Road in Burrillville is the only crossing over the Chockalog River due to its short length.


The Chockalog River has no named tributaries, though it has many unnamed streams that also feed it.

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