Hardscrabble River
Hardscrabble River, Maine 2012.jpg
Hardscrabble River at head of tide, from U.S. Route 1
Location
CountryUnited States
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • locationMaine
Mouth 
 • location
Dennys Bay
 • coordinates
44°54′11″N 67°10′41″W / 44.903°N 67.178°W / 44.903; -67.178Coordinates: 44°54′11″N 67°10′41″W / 44.903°N 67.178°W / 44.903; -67.178
 • elevation
sea level
Lengthabout 10 miles (16 km)

Hardscrabble River is the estuary of Wilson Stream, a small river in Washington County, Maine. From its source (44°59′46″N 67°16′55″W / 44.996°N 67.282°W / 44.996; -67.282 (Wilson Stream source)) in Charlotte, Wilson Stream runs about 10 miles (16 km) southeast to Dennys Bay. It changes name to Hardscrabble River at about the point where it is crossed by U.S. Route 1 (44°56′02″N 67°13′34″W / 44.9338°N 67.2261°W / 44.9338; -67.2261 (Wilson Stream / Hardscrabble River)). This section of the stream separates Pembroke on its left bank from Dennysville and Edmunds on its right.

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