Thacher River is a river in Rehoboth and Attleboro, Massachusetts. It begins at an unnamed pond in Northern Rehoboth and flows north toward the center of Attleboro, before turning toward the west, where it empties into the Ten Mile River near Dodgeville. The river is 5.5 miles (8.9 km) long, and is the only river in the Ten Mile Watershed without a dam along its entire course.
- Speedway Brook and Locust Valley Brook are the only named tributaries of the Thacher River, though it has many unnamed streams that also feed it.
- Maps from the United States Geological Survey
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