Mizpah or Miz'peh ("watch-tower; the look-out") may refer to:
- one of several places in ancient Israel:
- Mizpah in Benjamin, a city near Jerusalem
- Mizpah in Gilead (Genesis), the place where Laban overtook Jacob on his return to Canaan
- Mizpah in Gilead (Judges), a town where Jephthah resided, possibly identical to the above
- Mizpah in Gilead (Joshua), a region at the foot of Mount Hermon inhabited by Hivites
- Mizpah (Moab), a town to which David removed his parents for safety during his persecution by Saul
- Mizpah (Judah), a city of Judah (Joshua 15:38), in the district of the Shephelah or maritime lowland
- Mizpah, Minnesota, a town in the United States
- Mizpah Congregation, a Jewish congregation in Chattanooga, Tennessee founded in 1866
- Mizpah (emotional bond), an emotional bond between people who are separated
- Mizpah (steamboat), later converted to a diesel tug which ran on Puget Sound
- Mizpah Mine, the leading producer in the Tonopah, Nevada mining district
- USS Mizpah, a United States Navy patrol yacht converted from a private vessel of the same name in 1942
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