Robeson County NC Swamps


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Name USGS Topo Map
Aaron Swamp McDonald
Ashpole Swamp McDonald
Bay Branch Fairmont
Big Bay Fairmont
Big Bay Northeast Lumberton
Blounts Bay Southeast Lumberton
Blue Desert Rennert
Bluff Swamp Evergreen
Bog Bay Southeast Lumberton
Butler Bay Gaddysville
Buzzard Bay Tar Heel
Colen Williams Bay Gaddysville
Contrary Swamp Rowland
Coward Swamp Fair Bluff
Cypress Bay Southeast Lumberton
Cypress Bay Northeast Lumberton
Cypress Bay Rennert
Flat Swamp Fair Bluff
Flowers Swamp Fairmont
Gabriel Bay Southeast Lumberton
Glass Pond Rennert
Goose Pond Parkton
Green Bay Fair Bluff
Gully Bay Gaddysville
Gum Swamp Southeast Lumberton
Hog Swamp Fairmont
Horse Swamp McDonald
Howard Bay Gaddysville
Jacob Bay Northwest Lumberton
Jacob Swamp Southeast Lumberton
Juniper Bay Southwest Lumberton
Little Bluff Swamp Evergreen
Little Hog Swamp Southwest Lumberton
Little Juniper Bay Southeast Lumberton
Mathis Pond Rennert
Mill Bay Gaddysville
Mill Swamp Southeast Lumberton
Old Field Swamp Southwest Lumberton
Panther Bay Southeast Lumberton
Panther Bay Rennert
Peters Swamp Southeast Lumberton
Pigeon Bay Southeast Lumberton
Pinks Bay Southeast Lumberton
Rafe Bay Northeast Lumberton
Reedy Branch McDonald
River Swamp Southeast Lumberton
River Swamp Fair Bluff
Saddletree Swamp Northwest Lumberton
Scotts Mill Branch McDonald
Sewell Bay Rennert
Shanty Bay Gaddysville
Shelley Bay Fairmont
The Desert Rennert
Thorofare Swamp Southeast Lumberton
Tupelo Bay Gaddysville
White Oak Swamp Evergreen
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