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According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of , of which is land and , or 3.35%, is water. The town center CDP (census-designated place) has an area of . The Connecticut River forms much of Rocky Hill's southern border with East Hartford and Wethersfield, as well as part of its western border with Newington. The Farmington River runs through the northern part in a broad valley between two low ridges known locally as "the Rocks" on either side; these are also referred to by their original Native American names: Mattabesett Mountain on one side and Whetstone Mountain on the other (see geology section below).