heads at glacier on Montana Peak, in Talkeetna Mts., flows S to Matanuska River, 5.5 mi. NE of Palmer, Cook Inlet Low.
Local name obtained in 1910 by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). In 1898 Captain Glenn (in Glenn and Abercrombie, 1899, p. 52), USA, referred to the stream as "Tsadaka," which appears to be either a Tanaina Indian word or a combination of Indian and Russian words meaning "moose."
Baird Lake, Barbel Lake, Bradley Lake, Burkholder Lake, Butte Lake, Canoe Lake, Clear Lake, Cornelius Lake, Coyote Lake, Dandy Lake, Echo Lake, Elks Lake, Ezi Slough, Falks Lake, Finger Lakes, Gooding Lake, Gull Lake, High Ridge Lake, Irene Lake, Jim Lake, Johnson Lake, Kepler Lake, Klaire Lake, Kleinsmith Lake, Leaf Lake, Long Lake, Lower Reed Lake, Matanuska Lake, McLeod Lake, Reflections Lake, Seventeenmile Lake, Slipper Lake, Swan Lake, Triangle Lake, Upper Reed Lake, Walby Lake, Wishbone Lake, Wolverine Lake,
3 Bell Spire, Arkose Peak, Crag, Delia Benchmark, Dewlap Peak, Didikama, Doublemint, Frontier Peak, Good Hope Towers, Higher Spire, Hunchback Spire, Lower Spire, Lynx Peak, Managemint, Microdot, Nunatak, Outpost Peak, Parlimint, Peppermint, Rae-Wallace, South Pioneer Peak, Souvenir Peak, Spearmint, Teeny Weene, Telemint, Tenemint, Triplemint, Troublemint, Turnkey Peak, Vegetarian Peak, Yisbo,
Archangel Creek, Bodenburg Creek, Buffalo Creek, Carnegie Creek, Delia Creek, Doone Creek, Eska Creek, Ezi Slough, Fairangel Creek, Fishhook Creek, Glacier Creek, Gloryhole Creek, Goat Creek, Goodhope Creek, Granite Creek, Iron Creek, Jim Creek, Knob Creek, Little Granite Creek, McRoberts Creek, Moose Creek, Palmer Creek, Premier Creek, Reed Creek, Sidney Creek, Wolverine Creek,