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Serpentine River

Water Levels

River Reports

2.0 metres

Tom says, "Serpentine River (Hazelton Brook to Forks)- 2.0m at Riley Brook, good."


Riveraddict says, "The Dee, Don, and Serpentine Rivers all have water control dams on them so it is possible for NB Power to be releasing water through them depending on demand for water at Mactaquac. This would give a high reading on the main stem of the Tobique where the gauge is while the Little Tobique (which is not dam controlled) is very low. It would be great to get information on flow releases to allow predictable canoeing on those rivers even in the middle of the summer."

Map

Real-Time Levels

For real-time water levels go to the Tobique River at Riley Brook (01AH002) guage on the Government of Canada website.

Tobique River at Riley Brook Guage 2023

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