Tihonet Pond

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Tihonet Pond
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Tihonet Pond
Location Wareham, Massachusetts
Coordinates 41°47′25″N70°42′56″W / 41.79028°N 70.71556°W / 41.79028; -70.71556 Coordinates: 41°47′25″N70°42′56″W / 41.79028°N 70.71556°W / 41.79028; -70.71556
Primary inflows Wankinco River
Primary outflows Wankinco River
Basin  countriesUnited States
Surface area89 acres (36 ha)

Tihonet Pond is an 89-acre (360,000 m2) pond in Wareham, Massachusetts. The Wankinco River flows through the pond. Tihonet village lies on the southern shore of the pond.

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