Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Wash Brook midpoint in Wayland, Massachusetts.
Wash Brook ends in Wayland, Massachusetts.
118 feet (36 meters)
2.98 miles long (4.80 kilometers)
About The Wash Brook
Wash Brook is a River located in Middlesex County, MA. Starting in Sudbury, MA the Wash Brook flows 3 miles through Wayland, MA before ending in Wayland, MA. The Wash Brook rises to an elevation of 118 feet. Find maps, fishing guides, weather and recreation information at Guidesly.
Wash Brook is a stream situated miles around Wayland and Sudbury in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It is a tributary to the large river of Sudbury that originates from the Cedar Swamp in Westborough. Nearby bodies of water to Wash Brook include Pine Brook, Mill Brook, Baldwin Pond, Heard Pond, and Mill Pond.
As the primary source of hydropower for mill operations, Wash Brook has become an indispensable power provider for several centuries in the surrounding community. It also supplies waterpower for the farming population, including its stocks and crops.
Aside from its power supply function, Wash Brook also features recreational forms of activities. It consists of hiking trails and picturesque ponds in an overall environment of wetland, meadow, and forest. Wash Brook visitors typically want to experience winter sports like skating on the pond, skiing, and snowshoeing.
Wash Brook Fishing Description