| 36 ft (11 m)|| United States of America|
| Millstone River, Raritan River, Atlantic Ocean|
Simonson Brook, also known as Sunonson Brook, is a tributary of the Millstone River in southern Franklin Park, Somerset County, New Jersey in the United States.
Simonson Brook (New Jersey) Wikipedia
Simonson Brook starts at 40°24′58″N 74°35′29″W, in southwestern Franklin Park near Route 27. It has several tributaries draining the area near Route 27. It runs through two housing developments then runs into the woods and flows near Bunker Hill Road, passing though the Bunker Hill Environmental Center and the Griggstown Native Grassland Preserve. It then crosses Canal Road and drains into the Millstone River at 40°26′21″N 74°37′3″W.
Simonson Brook is smaller than its fellow brooks, the Ten Mile Run and the Six Mile Run. Many of its stream beds are dry in summer.
Simonson Brook can be accessed by trails in the Griggstown Native Grassland Preserve, part of the Ten Mile Run Greenway. It also crosses several roads, such as Barbieri Court and Ridings Parkway. It is easily accessible at Canal Road.
Simonson Brook has several slow spots which are home to frogs. It is characterized by deep pools in some tributaries which hold many fish.
This stream is very rocky near its mouth, with broken slate covering the streambed. Occasional deep pools exist on the streambed. It is fed by periodic springs, making it dry up very easily when it is not raining. Fish have a difficult time living in the stream because it dries up often.Beden Brook
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Six Mile Run
Ten Mile Run
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