Merrick Brook in the winter
|Towns||Chaplin, Hampton, Scotland|
|- location||Unnamed Pond, Chaplin, Connecticut|
|Shetucket River, Scotland, Connecticut|
MERRICK BROOK (CONNECTICUT) Latitude and Longitude:
|Length||12 miles (19 km)|
|- minimum||5.6 feet (1.7 m)|
|- average||39.1 feet (11.9 m)|
|- maximum||117.8 feet (35.9 m)|
|- left||Beaver Brook, Clover Brook|
|Waterbodies||Large Unnamed Ponds|
|Bridges||US 6 Route 14|
Merrick Brook is a stream that runs through the towns of Scotland, Hampton, and Chaplin, Connecticut. It begins at an unnamed pond in eastern Chaplin and flows down into the Shetucket River at the very southern part of Scotland. It flows through Clark's Corner, Hampton, and the center of Scotland. It hosts a lot of wild trout for fishing.   
|Chaplin||Cedar Swamp Rd.|
|Airline State Park Trail|
|Calvin Burnham Rd.|
|Brook Rd. (Twice in a row)||
|Gager Hill Rd.|
|Providence and Worcester RR|
|Shetucket River (End)|
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- "Merrick Brook, CT". itouchmap.com. Retrieved 2016-07-30.
- "CT Wild Trout Streams". www.google.com. Retrieved 2016-07-30.