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Partridge Creek
River
Counties Hastings, Lennox and Addington
Tributaries
 - left Merrill Creek
Source Unnamed lake
 - location Tudor and Cashel, Hastings County
 - elevation 368 m (1,207 ft)
 - coordinates 44°57′28″N 77°29′33″W / 44.95778°N 77.4925°W / 44.95778; -77.4925
Mouth Skootamatta River
 - location Addington Highlands, Lennox and Addington County
 - elevation 258 m (846 ft)
 - coordinates 44°43′54″N 77°12′32″W / 44.73167°N 77.20889°W / 44.73167; -77.20889
Length 51 km (32 mi)

Partridge Creek is a creek in the Moira River and Lake Ontario drainage basins in Hastings and Lennox and Addington Counties, Ontario, Canada.

Course

Partridge Creek begins at an elevation of 368 metres (1,207 ft) at the outflow of an unnamed lake in the Cashel portion of the township of Tudor and Cashel, Hastings County, about 3.0 kilometres (1.9 mi) southwest of the community of McCrae and just north of Weslemkoon Lake Road that leads to that community. It flows south under the road immediately to Upper Partridge Lake and continues southeast through a series of unnamed lakes, takes in the left tributary Merrill Creek and reaches Grimsthorpe Lake, which straddles the boundary to Lennox and Addington County, at an elevation of 319 metres (1,047 ft). The creek continues in a southeasterly direction to Partridge Lake at an elevation of 288 metres (945 ft). It reaches Deerock Lake at an elevation of 259 metres (850 ft), then flows east over Deerock Dam to its mouth at the Skootamatta River, about 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) west of the community of Northbrook and 4.5 kilometres (2.8 mi) north of Flinton, both in the township of Addington Highlands. The Skootamatta River flows via the Moira River to the Bay of Quinte on Lake Ontario at Belleville.

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