Toothpick Lake

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Toothpick Lake
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Toothpick Lake
Location Kenora District, Ontario
Coordinates 50°06′52″N94°07′36″W / 50.11444°N 94.12667°W / 50.11444; -94.12667 Coordinates: 50°06′52″N94°07′36″W / 50.11444°N 94.12667°W / 50.11444; -94.12667
Primary inflows Wonderland Creek
Primary outflows Unnamed creek to Grassy Narrows Lake on the English River
Basin  countriesCanada
Max. length8 km (5.0 mi)
Max. width1.1 km (0.68 mi)
Surface elevation322 m (1,056 ft)

Toothpick Lake is a lake in Kenora District, Ontario, Canada. It is about 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) long and 1.1 kilometres (0.7 mi) wide, and lies at an elevation of 322 metres (1,056 ft) about 5.6 kilometres (3.5 mi) southwest of the community of Grassy Narrows. The primary inflow is Wonderland Creek, and the primary outflow is an unnamed creek to Grassy Narrows Lake on the English River.

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