The Maumee River (pronounced //) (Shawnee: Hotaawathiipi; Miami-Illinois: Taawaawa siipiiwi) is a river running from northeastern Indiana into northwestern Ohio and Lake Erie in the United States. The city of Toledo is located at the mouth of the Maumee.
|Cities and towns||Fort Wayne, Indiana; New Haven, Indiana; Antwerp, Ohio; Cecil, Ohio; Defiance, Ohio; Florida, Ohio; Napoleon, Ohio; Grand Rapids, Ohio; Waterville, Ohio; Maumee, Ohio; Perrysburg, Ohio; Rossford, Ohio; Toledo, Ohio; Oregon, Ohio|
|- location||Fort Wayne by the confluence of the St. Joseph and St. Marys|
|- elevation||750 ft (230 m)|
|- location||Lake Erie at Toledo|
|- elevation||571 ft (174 m)|
|Length||137 miles (220 km)|
|Basin size||6,354 sq mi (16,460 km2)|
|- average||5,297 cu ft/s (150.0 m3/s)|
It is the largest watershed of any of the rivers feeding the Great Lakes, and supplies five percent of Lake Erie’s water.
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