| Troy, New York|
| 20 ft (6 m)|
United States of America
| Sand Lake, New York, Rensselaer County, New York, New York|Horse Heaven Brook
Wynants Kill Wikipedia
The Wynants Kill is a 15.8-mile-long (25.4 km) stream which has its source at Glass Lake near Averill Park, New York, and terminates at the Hudson River at Troy, New York.
The stream is named after Wijnant Gerritsen van der Poel (1617-1699), a Dutch cabinet maker from Meppel who owned a sawmill on it in the 1650s, while Kill is from an archaic Dutch word for "stream".