Barbour River at Low Tide, Harris Neck

Though most current web searches return this location as the Barbour Island River, I will go with the designation given it by the National Park Service at the nearby landing: Barbour River. It’s called the Barbour Island River by some, because its course essentially forms the eastern and southern boundary of Barbour Island; because the application of the term river to the course is relatively recent, I prefer to omit the additional geographical identifier (island) from the name.

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