- Onion River
Onion River may refer to a waterway in the United States:
- Onion River (Minnesota)
- Onion River (New York), a tributary of the St. Regis River
- Onion River (Lake Superior), a tributary of Lake Superior in Wisconsin
- Onion River (Sheboygan River), a tributary of the Sheboygan River in Wisconsin
- The Winooski River in Vermont, from the Abenaki word for "onion"
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