List of longest rivers in the United States by state

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This is a list of longest rivers in the United States by state. It includes rivers that pass through the state or compose a portion of the state's border, as well as rivers entirely contained within the state.

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Alabama

  1. Tennessee River – 652 miles (1,049 km)
  2. Chattahoochee River – 430 miles (690 km)
  3. Alabama River – 318 miles (512 km)
  4. Coosa River – 280 miles (450 km)
  5. Tallapoosa River - 265 miles (426 km)
  6. Tombigbee River – 200 miles (320 km)
  7. Conecuh River - 198 miles (319 km)
  8. Elk River – 195 miles (314 km)
  9. Cahaba River – 194 miles (312 km)
  10. Black Warrior River – 178 miles (286 km)

See also List of rivers of Alabama.

Alaska

  1. Yukon River – 1,980 miles (3,190 km)
  2. Kuskokwim River – 724 miles (1,165 km)
  3. Porcupine River – 569 miles (916 km)
  4. Tanana River – 569 miles (916 km)
  5. Innoko River – 500 miles (800 km)
  6. Koyukuk River – 500 miles (800 km)
  7. Noatak River – 420 miles (680 km)
  8. Porcupine River – 380 miles (610 km)
  9. Stikine River – 379 miles (610 km)
  10. Colville River – 350 miles (560 km)

See also List of rivers of Alaska.

Arizona

  1. Colorado River – 1,450 miles (2,330 km)
  2. Gila River – 650 miles (1,050 km)
  3. Little Colorado River – 315 miles (507 km)
  4. Salt River – 200 miles (320 km)
  5. Santa Cruz River - 184 miles (296 km)
  6. Verde River – 170 miles (270 km)
  7. Puerco River - 167 miles (269 km)
  8. Virgin River – 162 miles (261 km)
  9. San Francisco River - 159 miles (256 km)
  10. San Pedro River – 140 miles (230 km)

See also List of rivers of Arizona.

Arkansas

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Arkansas River – 1,469 miles (2,364 km)
  3. Red River – 1,360 miles (2,190 km)
  4. White River – 722 miles (1,162 km)
  5. Ouachita River – 548 miles (882 km)
  6. St. Francis River – 426 miles (686 km)
  7. Bayou Bartholomew – 364 miles (586 km)
  8. Black River – 300 miles (480 km)
  9. Little River – 222 miles (357 km)
  10. Bayou Macon – 218 miles (351 km)

See also List of rivers of Arkansas.

California

  1. Colorado River – 1,450 miles (2,330 km)
  2. Sacramento River – 447 miles (719 km)
  3. San Joaquin River – 365 miles (587 km)
  4. Klamath River – 263 miles (423 km)
  5. Pit River – 207 miles (333 km)
  6. Eel River – 200 miles (320 km)
  7. Amargosa River – 185 miles (298 km)
  8. Owens River - 183 miles (295 km)
  9. Salinas River – 170 miles (270 km)
  10. Kern River – 164 miles (264 km)

See also List of rivers of California.

Colorado

  1. Rio Grande – 1,896 miles (3,051 km)
  2. Arkansas River – 1,469 miles (2,364 km)
  3. Colorado River – 1,450 miles (2,330 km)
  4. Canadian River – 906 miles (1,458 km)
  5. Green River – 730 miles (1,170 km)
  6. North Platte River – 716 miles (1,152 km)
  7. Cimarron River - 698 miles (1,123 km)
  8. Smoky Hill River - 560 miles (900 km)
  9. South Platte River – 439 miles (707 km)
  10. San Juan River – 383 miles (616 km)

See also List of rivers of Colorado.

Connecticut

  1. Connecticut River – 407 miles (655 km)
  2. Housatonic River – 139 miles (224 km)
  3. Quinebaug River – 69 miles (111 km)
  4. Farmington River – 47 miles (76 km)
  5. Quinnipiac River - 46 miles (74 km)
  6. Scantic River - 41 miles (66 km)
  7. Naugatuck River – 40 miles (64 km)
  8. Pawcatuck River - 34 miles (55 km)
  9. Shepaug River - 26 miles (42 km)
  10. Still River - 25.4 miles (40.9 km)

See also List of rivers of Connecticut.

Delaware

  1. Delaware River – 301 miles (484 km)
  2. Choptank River – 71 miles (114 km)
  3. Pocomoke River – 66 miles (106 km)
  4. Nanticoke River – 64 miles (103 km)
  5. Marshyhope Creek - 37 miles (60 km)
  6. Christina River – 35 miles (56 km)
  7. Sassafras River – 22 kilometres (14 mi)
  8. Murderkill River – 22 miles (35 km)
  9. Brandywine Creek - 20 miles (32 km)
  10. White Clay Creek – 19 miles (31 km)

See also List of rivers of Delaware.

Florida

  1. Chattahoochee River – 430 miles (690 km)
  2. St. Johns River – 310 miles (500 km)
  3. Suwannee River – 246 miles (396 km)
  4. Ochlockonee River – 206 miles (332 km)
  5. Alapaha River – 202 miles (325 km)
  6. Conecuh River – 198 miles (319 km)
  7. Pea River - 154 miles (248 km)
  8. Indian River – 153 miles (246 km)
  9. Choctawhatchee River - 141 miles (227 km)
  10. Withlacoochee River (central Florida) – 141 miles (227 km)

See also List of rivers of Florida.

Georgia

  1. Chattahoochee River – 430 miles (690 km)
  2. Flint River - 344 miles (554 km)
  3. Savannah River – 301 miles (484 km)
  4. Ogeechee River – 294 miles (473 km)
  5. Coosa River – 280 miles (450 km)
  6. Tallapoosa River - 265 miles (426 km)
  7. Ocmulgee River – 255 miles (410 km)
  8. Suwannee River – 246 miles (396 km)
  9. Satilla River - 235 miles (378 km)
  10. Oconee River - 220 miles (350 km)

See also List of rivers of Georgia (U.S. state).

Hawaii

  1. Wailuku River – 28.0 miles (45.1 km)
  2. South Fork Kaukonahua Stream - 18.1 miles (29.1 km)
  3. North Fork Kaukonahua Stream - 16.3 miles (26.2 km)
  4. Hanalei River – 15.7 miles (25.3 km)
  5. Kolekole Stream – 12.4 miles (20.0 km)
  6. North Fork Wailua River - 12.2 miles (19.6 km)
  7. Waimea River – 12.1 miles (19.5 km)
  8. Kaukonahua Stream – 9.9 miles (15.9 km)
  9. Anahulu River – 7.1 miles (11.4 km)

See also List of rivers of Hawaii.

Idaho

  1. Snake River – 1,078 miles (1,735 km)
  2. Bear River – 491 miles (790 km)
  3. Kootenai River – 485 miles (781 km)
  4. Salmon River – 425 miles (684 km)
  5. Owyhee River – 346 miles (557 km)
  6. Clark Fork – 310 miles (500 km)
  7. Palouse River – 167 miles (269 km)
  8. Bruneau River - 153 miles (246 km)
  9. Big Wood River - 137 miles (220 km)
  10. Blackfoot River - 136 miles (219 km)

See also List of rivers of Idaho.

Illinois

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Ohio River – 981 miles (1,579 km)
  3. Wabash River – 503 miles (810 km)
  4. Kaskaskia River – 325 miles (523 km)
  5. Rock River – 299 miles (481 km)
  6. Illinois River – 273 miles (439 km)
  7. Sangamon River – 246 miles (396 km)
  8. Little Wabash River – 240 miles (390 km)
  9. Fox River (Illinois River tributary) – 199 miles (320 km)
  10. Embarras River – 195 miles (314 km)

See also List of rivers of Illinois.

Indiana

  1. Ohio River – 981 miles (1,579 km)
  2. Wabash River – 503 miles (810 km)
  3. White River – 362 miles (583 km)
  4. St. Joseph River (Lake Michigan) – 206 miles (332 km)
  5. East Fork White River – 192 miles (309 km)
  6. Tippecanoe River – 182 miles (293 km)
  7. Patoka River – 167 miles (269 km)
  8. Great Miami River - 160 miles (260 km)
  9. Maumee River – 137 miles (220 km)
  10. Kankakee River - 133 miles (214 km)

See also List of rivers of Indiana.

Iowa

  1. Missouri River – 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  3. Des Moines River – 525 miles (845 km)
  4. Big Sioux River – 419 miles (674 km)
  5. Cedar River – 338 miles (544 km)
  6. Iowa River – 323 miles (520 km)
  7. Wapsipinicon River - 300 miles (480 km)
  8. Little Sioux River - 258 miles (415 km)
  9. Grand River - 226 miles (364 km)
  10. Chariton River – 218 miles (351 km)

See also List of rivers of Iowa.

Kansas

  1. Missouri River – 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. Arkansas River – 1,469 miles (2,364 km)
  3. Cimarron River – 698 miles (1,123 km)
  4. Smoky Hill River – 560 miles (900 km)
  5. Neosho River – 463 miles (745 km)
  6. Republican River – 453 miles (729 km)
  7. Saline River – 397 miles (639 km)
  8. Big Blue River – 359 miles (578 km)
  9. Verdigris River – 310 miles (500 km)
  10. South Fork Solomon River - 292 miles (470 km)

See also List of rivers of Kansas.

Kentucky

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Ohio River – 981 miles (1,579 km)
  3. Cumberland River – 688 miles (1,107 km)
  4. Tennessee River – 652 miles (1,049 km)
  5. Green River – 384 miles (618 km)
  6. Licking River – 303 miles (488 km)
  7. Kentucky River – 260 miles (420 km)
  8. North Fork Kentucky River - 168 miles (270 km)
  9. Levisa Fork - 164 miles (264 km)
  10. Tug Fork - 159 miles (256 km)

See also List of rivers of Kentucky.

Louisiana

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Red River – 1,360 miles (2,190 km)
  3. Ouachita River – 548 miles (882 km)
  4. Sabine River – 510 miles (820 km)
  5. Pearl River – 444 miles (715 km)
  6. Bayou Bartholomew – 364 miles (586 km)
  7. Bayou Macon - 218 miles (351 km)
  8. Boeuf River - 216 miles (348 km)
  9. Calcasieu River – 200 miles (320 km)
  10. Tensas River – 177 miles (285 km)

See also List of rivers of Louisiana.

Maine

  1. Saint John River – 418 miles (673 km)
  2. Androscoggin River – 178 miles (286 km)
  3. Kennebec River – 170 miles (270 km)
  4. Saco River – 136 miles (219 km)
  5. West Branch Penobscot River – 117 miles (188 km)
  6. Aroostook River – 112 miles (180 km)
  7. Penobscot River – 109 miles (175 km)
  8. Moose River - 83 miles (134 km)
  9. East Branch Penobscot River - 75 miles (121 km)
  10. Saint Francis River – 75 miles (121 km)

See also List of rivers of Maine.

Maryland

  1. Susquehanna River – 464 miles (747 km)
  2. Potomac River – 302 miles (486 km)
  3. Youghiogheny River – 134 miles (216 km)
  4. Patuxent River – 115 miles (185 km)
  5. North Branch Potomac River – 103 miles (166 km)
  6. Conococheague Creek – 80 miles (130 km)
  7. Choptank River – 71 miles (114 km)
  8. Pocomoke River – 66 miles (106 km)
  9. Nanticoke River – 64 miles (103 km)
  10. Monocacy River – 58 miles (93 km)

See also List of rivers of Maryland.

Massachusetts

  1. Connecticut River – 407 miles (655 km)
  2. Housatonic River – 139 miles (224 km)
  3. Merrimack River – 117 miles (188 km)
  4. Charles River – 80 miles (130 km)
  5. Deerfield River – 76 miles (122 km)
  6. Hoosic River – 76 miles (122 km)
  7. Quinebaug River – 69 miles (111 km)
  8. Westfield River – 61 miles (98 km)
  9. Millers River – 52 miles (84 km)
  10. Blackstone River - 48 miles (77 km)

See also List of rivers of Massachusetts.

Michigan

  1. Grand River – 252 miles (406 km)
  2. Muskegon River – 216 miles (348 km)
  3. St. Joseph River (Lake Michigan) – 206 miles (332 km)
  4. Manistee River – 190 miles (310 km)
  5. River Raisin – 139 miles (224 km)
  6. Au Sable River – 138 miles (222 km)
  7. Huron River – 130 miles (210 km)
  8. Kalamazoo River – 130 miles (210 km)
  9. Shiawassee River – 120 miles (190 km)
  10. Menominee River - 116 miles (187 km)

See also List of rivers of Michigan.

Minnesota

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Red River of the North - 550 miles (890 km)
  3. Des Moines River – 525 miles (845 km)
  4. Cedar River – 338 miles (544 km)
  5. Minnesota River - 332 miles (534 km)
  6. Wapsipinicon River – 300 miles (480 km)
  7. Little Sioux River – 258 miles (415 km)
  8. Roseau River - 214 miles (344 km)
  9. Red Lake River - 193 miles (311 km)
  10. Otter Tail River - 192 miles (309 km)
  11. Saint Louis River - 192 miles (309 km)

See also List of rivers of Minnesota.

Mississippi

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Tennessee River – 652 miles (1,049 km)
  3. Pearl River – 444 miles (715 km)
  4. Big Black River – 330 miles (530 km)
  5. Hatchie River – 238 miles (383 km)
  6. Chickasawhay River – 210 miles (340 km)
  7. Tombigbee River – 200 miles (320 km)
  8. Yazoo River – 188 miles (303 km)
  9. Leaf River – 180 miles (290 km)
  10. Yalobusha River – 165 miles (266 km)

See also List of rivers of Mississippi.

Missouri

  1. Missouri River – 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  3. White River – 722 miles (1,162 km)
  4. Des Moines River – 525 miles (845 km)
  5. St. Francis River – 426 miles (686 km)
  6. Black River – 300 miles (480 km)
  7. Gasconade River – 280 miles (450 km)
  8. Osage River – 276 miles (444 km)
  9. Meramec River – 229 miles (369 km)
  10. Chariton River – 218 miles (351 km)

See also List of rivers of Missouri.

Montana

  1. Missouri River – 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. Milk River – 729 miles (1,173 km)
  3. Yellowstone River – 692 miles (1,114 km)
  4. Kootenai River – 485 miles (781 km)
  5. Bighorn River – 461 miles (742 km)
  6. Powder River – 375 miles (604 km)
  7. Clark Fork – 310 miles (500 km)
  8. Musselshell River – 292 miles (470 km)
  9. Tongue River – 265 miles (426 km)
  10. Frenchman River – 212 miles (341 km)

See also List of rivers of Montana.

Nebraska

  1. Missouri River – 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. North Platte River – 716 miles (1,152 km)
  3. White River – 580 miles (930 km)
  4. Niobrara River – 568 miles (914 km)
  5. Republican River – 453 miles (729 km)
  6. South Platte River – 439 miles (707 km)
  7. Big Blue River – 359 miles (578 km)
  8. Platte River – 310 miles (500 km)
  9. Elkhorn River - 290 miles (470 km)
  10. Lodgepole Creek - 278 miles (447 km)

See also List of rivers of Nebraska.

Nevada

  1. Colorado River - 1,450 miles (2,330 km)
  2. Owyhee River – 346 miles (557 km)
  3. Humboldt River – 330 miles (530 km)
  4. Amargosa River – 185 miles (298 km)
  5. Reese River - 181 miles (291 km)
  6. Virgin River - 162 miles (261 km)
  7. Bruneau River - 153 miles (246 km)
  8. White River – 138 miles (222 km)
  9. Carson River - 131 miles (211 km)
  10. Salmon Falls Creek - 121 miles (195 km)

See also List of rivers of Nevada.

New Hampshire

  1. Connecticut River – 405 miles (652 km)
  2. Androscoggin River – 178 miles (286 km)
  3. Saco River – 136 miles (219 km)
  4. Merrimack River – 117 miles (188 km)
  5. Contoocook River – 71 miles (114 km)
  6. Pemigewasset River – 65 miles (105 km)
  7. Ashuelot River – 64 miles (103 km)
  8. Ammonoosuc River – 55 miles (89 km)
  9. Lamprey River – 50 miles (80 km)
  10. Magalloway River – 47 miles (76 km)

See also List of rivers of New Hampshire.

New Jersey

  1. Hudson River – 315 miles (507 km)
  2. Delaware River – 301 miles (484 km)
  3. Wallkill River – 88 miles (142 km)
  4. Passaic River – 80 miles (130 km)
  5. Great Egg Harbor River – 55 miles (89 km)
  6. Mullica River – 51 miles (82 km)
  7. South Branch Raritan River – 50 miles (80 km)
  8. Musconetcong River – 46 miles (74 km)
  9. Hackensack River – 45 miles (72 km)
  10. Toms River - 42 miles (68 km)

See also List of rivers of New Jersey.

New Mexico

  1. Rio Grande – 1,896 miles (3,051 km)
  2. Pecos River – 926 miles (1,490 km)
  3. Canadian River – 906 miles (1,458 km)
  4. Cimarron River/Dry Cimarron River – 698 miles (1,123 km)
  5. Gila River – 650 miles (1,050 km)
  6. San Juan River – 383 miles (616 km)
  7. Rio Puerco (Rio Grande watershed) – 230 miles (370 km)
  8. Puerco River (Colorado River watershed) - 167 miles (269 km)
  9. San Francisco River - 159 miles (256 km)
  10. Carrizo Creek - 145 miles (233 km)

See also List of rivers of New Mexico.

New York

  1. Saint Lawrence River – 744 miles (1,197 km)
  2. Susquehanna River – 464 miles (747 km)
  3. Allegheny River – 325 miles (523 km)
  4. Hudson River – 315 miles (507 km)
  5. Delaware River – 301 miles (484 km)
  6. Genesee River – 157 miles (253 km)
  7. Mohawk River – 149 miles (240 km)
  8. Raquette River - 146 miles (235 km)
  9. Oswegatchie River - 137 miles (220 km)
  10. Black River – 125 miles (201 km)

See also List of rivers of New York.

North Carolina

  1. Roanoke River – 410 miles (660 km)
  2. New River - 320 miles (510 km)
  3. Neuse River - 275 miles (443 km)
  4. Pee Dee River - 232 miles (373 km)
  5. Catawba River - 220 miles (350 km)
  6. Tar River - 215 miles (346 km)
  7. Yadkin River - 215 miles (346 km)
  8. Dan River - 214 miles (344 km)
  9. French Broad River - 213 miles (343 km)
  10. Cape Fear River - 202 miles (325 km)

See also List of rivers of North Carolina.

North Dakota

  1. Missouri River - 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. James River - 710 miles (1,140 km)
  3. Yellowstone River - 692 miles (1,114 km)
  4. Sheyenne River - 591 miles (951 km)
  5. Little Missouri River - 560 miles (900 km)
  6. Red River of the North - 550 miles (890 km)
  7. Souris River - 435 miles (700 km)
  8. Pembina River - 319 miles (513 km)
  9. Wild Rice River - 251 miles (404 km)
  10. Maple River - 198 miles (319 km)

See also List of rivers of North Dakota.

Ohio

  1. Ohio River - 981 miles (1,579 km)
  2. Wabash River - 503 miles (810 km)
  3. Scioto River - 231 miles (372 km)
  4. Great Miami River - 160 miles (260 km)
  5. Maumee River - 137 miles (220 km)
  6. Sandusky River - 133 miles (214 km)
  7. Tuscarawas River - 130 miles (210 km)
  8. Raccoon Creek - 114 miles (183 km)
  9. Auglaize River - 113 miles (182 km)
  10. Mahoning River - 113 miles (182 km)

See also List of rivers of Ohio.

Oklahoma

  1. Arkansas River - 1,469 miles (2,364 km)
  2. Red River - 1,360 miles (2,190 km)
  3. Canadian River - 906 miles (1,458 km)
  4. Cimarron River - 698 miles (1,123 km)
  5. Neosho River - 463 miles (745 km)
  6. North Canadian River - 440 miles (710 km)
  7. Verdigris River - 310 miles (500 km)
  8. Washita River - 295 miles (475 km)
  9. North Fork Red River - 271 miles (436 km)
  10. Salt Fork Arkansas River - 239 miles (385 km)

See also List of rivers of Oklahoma.

Oregon

  1. Columbia River – 1,243 miles (2,000 km)
  2. Snake River – 1,078 miles (1,735 km)
  3. Owyhee River – 346 miles (557 km)
  4. John Day River – 281 miles (452 km)
  5. Klamath River – 263 miles (423 km)
  6. Deschutes River – 252 miles (406 km)
  7. Rogue River – 215 miles (346 km)
  8. Malheur River – 190 miles (310 km)
  9. Willamette River – 187 miles (301 km)
  10. Grande Ronde River – 182 miles (293 km)

See also List of rivers of Oregon.

Pennsylvania

  1. Ohio River – 981 miles (1,579 km)
  2. Susquehanna River – 464 miles (747 km)
  3. Allegheny River – 325 miles (523 km)
  4. Delaware River – 301 miles (484 km)
  5. West Branch Susquehanna River – 243 miles (391 km)
  6. Genesee River - 157 miles (253 km)
  7. Schuylkill River – 135 miles (217 km)
  8. Youghiogheny River – 134 miles (216 km)
  9. Monongahela River – 130 miles (210 km)
  10. Raystown Branch Juniata River - 123 miles (198 km)

See also List of rivers of Pennsylvania.

Rhode Island

  1. Blackstone River - 48 miles (77 km)
  2. Pawcatuck River - 34 miles (55 km)
  3. Wood River - 25 miles (40 km)
  4. Moosup River - 24 miles (39 km)
  5. Ten Mile River - 22 miles (35 km)
  6. Mill River - 17 miles (27 km)
  7. Woonasquatucket River - 16 miles (26 km)
  8. Sakonnet River - 14 miles (23 km)
  9. Ponaganset River - 12.5 miles (20.1 km)
  10. Pawtuxet River

See also List of rivers of Rhode Island.

South Carolina

  1. Savannah River - 301 miles (484 km)
  2. Pee Dee River - 232 miles (373 km)
  3. Catawba River - 220 miles (350 km)
  4. Edisto River - 206 miles (332 km)
  5. Saluda River - 200 miles (320 km)
  6. Black River - 151 miles (243 km)
  7. Broad River - 150 miles (240 km)
  8. Santee River - 143 miles (230 km)
  9. Lynches River - 140 miles (230 km)
  10. Lumber River - 133 miles (214 km)

See also List of rivers of South Carolina.

South Dakota

  1. Missouri River - 2,340 miles (3,770 km)
  2. James River - 710 miles (1,140 km)
  3. White River - 580 miles (930 km)
  4. Little Missouri River - 560 miles (900 km)
  5. Big Sioux River - 419 miles (674 km)
  6. Cheyenne River - 295 miles (475 km)
  7. Belle Fourche River - 290 miles (470 km)
  8. Little White River - 234 miles (377 km)
  9. Moreau River - 200 miles (320 km)

See also List of rivers of South Dakota.

Tennessee

  1. Mississippi River - 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Cumberland River - 688 miles (1,107 km)
  3. Tennessee River - 652 miles (1,049 km)
  4. Clinch River - 300 miles (480 km)
  5. Duck River - 284 miles (457 km)
  6. Hatchie River - 238 miles (383 km)
  7. French Broad River - 213 miles (343 km)
  8. Elk River - 195 miles (314 km)
  9. Hiwassee River - 147 miles (237 km)
  10. Caney Fork - 143 miles (230 km)

See also List of rivers of Tennessee.

Texas

  1. Rio Grande – 1,896 miles (3,051 km)
  2. Red River – 1,360 miles (2,190 km)
  3. Pecos River – 926 miles (1,490 km)
  4. Canadian River – 906 miles (1,458 km)
  5. Colorado River – 862 miles (1,387 km)
  6. Brazos River – 840 miles (1,350 km)
  7. Trinity River – 710 miles (1,140 km)
  8. Sabine River – 510 miles (820 km)
  9. Neches River – 416 miles (669 km)
  10. Nueces River – 315 miles (507 km)

See also List of rivers of Texas.

Utah

  1. Colorado River - 1,450 miles (2,330 km)
  2. Green River - 730 miles (1,170 km)
  3. Bear River - 491 miles (790 km)
  4. San Juan River - 383 miles (616 km)
  5. Sevier River - 383 miles (616 km)
  6. Dolores River - 250 miles (400 km)
  7. Blacks Fork - 175 miles (282 km)
  8. Virgin River - 162 miles (261 km)
  9. White River - 160 miles (260 km)
  10. Price River - 137 miles (220 km)

See also List of rivers of Utah.

Vermont

  1. Connecticut River - 407 miles (655 km)
  2. Otter Creek - 112 miles (180 km)
  3. Winooski River - 90 miles (140 km)
  4. Lamoille River - 85 miles (137 km)
  5. Missisquoi River - 80 miles (130 km)
  6. Deerfield River - 76 miles (122 km)
  7. Hoosic River - 76 miles (122 km)
  8. White River - 60 miles (97 km)
  9. Batten Kill - 59 miles (95 km)
  10. West River - 54 miles (87 km)

See also List of rivers of Vermont.

Virginia

  1. Roanoke River – 410 miles (660 km)
  2. James River – 348 miles (560 km)
  3. New River – 320 miles (510 km)
  4. Potomac River – 302 miles (486 km)
  5. Clinch River – 300 miles (480 km)
  6. Dan River – 214 miles (344 km)
  7. Rappahannock River – 195 miles (314 km)
  8. Levisa Fork – 164 miles (264 km)
  9. Tug Fork – 159 miles (256 km)
  10. Appomattox River - 157 miles (253 km)

See also List of rivers of Virginia.

Washington

  1. Columbia River – 1,243 miles (2,000 km)
  2. Snake River – 1,078 miles (1,735 km)
  3. Yakima River – 214 miles (344 km)
  4. Grande Ronde River – 182 miles (293 km)
  5. Kettle River – 175 miles (282 km)
  6. Palouse River – 167 miles (269 km)
  7. Crab Creek – 163 miles (262 km)
  8. Skagit River – 150 miles (240 km)
  9. Pend Oreille River – 130 miles (210 km)
  10. Similkameen River – 122 miles (196 km)

See also List of rivers of Washington.

West Virginia

  1. Ohio River – 981 miles (1,579 km)
  2. New River – 320 miles (510 km)
  3. Potomac River – 302 miles (486 km)
  4. Greenbrier River – 173 miles (278 km)
  5. Elk River – 172 miles (277 km)
  6. Little Kanawha River – 169 miles (272 km)
  7. Guyandotte River – 166 miles (267 km)
  8. Tug Fork – 159 miles (256 km)
  9. South Branch Potomac River – 139 miles (224 km)
  10. Tygart Valley River – 135 miles (217 km)

See also List of rivers of West Virginia.

Wisconsin

  1. Mississippi River – 2,320 miles (3,730 km)
  2. Wisconsin River – 430 miles (690 km)
  3. Rock River – 299 miles (481 km)
  4. Wolf River – 225 miles (362 km)
  5. Oconto River – 209 miles (336 km)
  6. Fox River (Green Bay tributary) – 200 miles (322 km)
  7. Fox River (Illinois River tributary) – 199 miles (320 km)
  8. Pecatonica River - 194 miles (312 km)
  9. Saint Louis River – 192 miles (309 km)
  10. Chippewa River – 183 miles (295 km)


See also List of rivers of Wisconsin.

Wyoming

  1. Snake River – 1,078 miles (1,735 km)
  2. Green River – 730 miles (1,170 km)
  3. North Platte River – 716 miles (1,152 km)
  4. Yellowstone River – 692 miles (1,114 km)
  5. Niobrara River – 568 miles (914 km)
  6. Little Missouri River – 560 miles (900 km)
  7. Bear River – 491 miles (790 km)
  8. Wind River/Bighorn River – 461 miles (742 km)
  9. Powder River – 375 miles (604 km)
  10. Cheyenne River – 295 miles (475 km)

See also List of rivers of Wyoming.

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