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    List of rivers of California. Jump to navigation Jump to search. The following is a list of rivers in California, by location: Far North Coast. Rivers and streams between the Oregon border and Humboldt Bay that empty into the Pacific Ocean: Smith River. Rowdy Creek; Klamath River. Trinity River ...
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    california rivers shown on the map: coachella canal, colorado river, eel river, feather river, fraint-kern canal, kern river, kings river, klamath river, merced river, mokelumne river, owens river, pit river, russian river, sacramento river, salinas river, san joaquin river, san pedro channel, santa barbara channel, stanislaus river and trinity …
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    The river originates from the Rocky Mountains of Colorado and ends in the Gulf of California. In California, it crosses the southern end, making a perfect spot for rafting activities.
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Here are some of the rivers that American Rivers is working to protect. Learn more about our work in California. Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, California.

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From McClure Place to boundary between National Forest and California Department of Fish and Game land. 5. Wild. Fish. Thomes Creek-Sacramento River. 1993. …

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River Maps: North and Central California. Major stream systems of the northern and central portions of California, rendered as an urban transit network. I had originally intended to cover …

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Fresno River. Big Creek. Tulare Lake Basin—this region would overflow into the San Joaquin River during flood years. Kings River. Kaweah River. Tule River. Kern River. Pinole Creek. …

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California Rivers Shown on the Map: Coachella Canal, Colorado River, Eel River, Feather River, Fraint-Kern Canal, Kern River, Kings River, Klamath River, Merced River, Mokelumne River, Owens River, Pit River, Russian River, Sacramento River, Salinas River, San Joaquin River, San Pedro Channel, Santa Barbara Channel, Stanislaus River and Trinity River.

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California Rivers Shown on the Map:

  Coachella Canal, Colorado River, Eel River, Feather River, Fraint-Kern Canal, Kern River, Kings River, Klamath River, Merced River, Mokelumne River, Owens River, Pit River, Russian River, Sacramento River, Salinas River, San Joaquin River, San Pedro Channel, Santa Barbara Channel, Stanislaus River and Trinity River.

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California has approximately 189,454 miles of river, of which 1,999.6 miles are designated as wild & scenic—1% of the state's river miles. + View larger map. Amargosa River. American River (Lower) American River (North Fork) Bautista Creek. Big Sur River.

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This California lakes and rivers map displays water features in California. For example, the Salton Sea is the largest water body in California, occupying an area of about 240,000 acres. Next, it’s followed by Lake Tahoe, Goose Lake, and Mono Lake. Some of the most notable rivers in California are the Sacramento River, San Joaquin River, and ...

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A day by the water in California usually means a day by the beach —a lthough the Golden State is famous for being home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, they shouldn’t get all of the attention. The spectacular California rivers and lakes scattered across the state are must-visit destinations that’ll surely satisfy even the pickiest of adventurers.

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Sacramento River - 447 Miles. The Sacramento River is the longest river that entirely flows within California. It originates from Klamath Mountains in Northern California and flows for about 400 miles south to Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. It drains about 26,000 square miles of …

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Interactive map of streams and rivers in the United States. The U.S. Geological Survey's Streamer application allows users to explore where their surface water comes from and where it flows to. By clicking on any major stream or river, the user can trace it upstream to its source (s) or downstream to where it joins a larger river or empties ...

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CA_Streams_v3 Update Notes: This version includes over 200 stream modifications and additions resulting from requests for updating from CDFW staff and others. New locator fields from the USGS Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD) have been added for v3 to enhance user's ability to search for or extract subsets of California Streams by hydrologic area.

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Map dimensions: width 393 x height 418 pixels. Image attribute : jpeg, Image Size : 41.19KB (in bytes) 42180. California River Map | Large Printable and Standard Map is the Map of California.

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Map of some major California rivers and lakes This is a list of rivers in the U.S. state of California , grouped by region. Major lakes and reservoirs, if applicable, are indicated in italics.

Map of some major California rivers and lakes

This is a list of rivers in the U.S. state of California, grouped by region. Major lakes and reservoirs, if applicable, are indicated in italics.

North Coast (north of Humboldt Bay)[edit]

Rivers and streams between the Oregon border and Humboldt Bay that empty into the Pacific Ocean (arranged north to south; tributaries with those entering nearest the sea first). Bold indicates rivers with more detailed lists in following sections.

Smith River[edit]

Smith River drainage basin
  • Smith River
    • Rowdy Creek
    • Mill Creek
    • Myrtle Creek
    • South Fork Smith River
      • Craigs Creek
      • Coon Creek
      • Rock Creek
      • Gordon Creek
      • Goose Creek
      • Hurdygurdy Creek
      • Jones Creek
      • Buck Creek
      • Quartz Creek
      • Eightmile Creek
      • Harrington Creek
      • Prescott Fork Smith River
    • Middle Fork Smith River
      • Patrick Creek
      • Little Jones Creek
      • Monkey Creek
      • Siskiyou Fork Smith River
      • Griffin Creek
      • Knopki Creek
    • North Fork Smith River
      • Stony Creek
      • Still Creek
      • Diamond Creek

Klamath River[edit]

Klamath River drainage basin
  • Klamath River
    • Hunter Creek
    • Turwar Creek
    • Blue Creek
      • West Fork Blue Creek
      • Nikowitz Creek
      • Crescent City Fork Blue Creek
      • East Fork Blue Creek
    • Ah Pah Creek
    • Tectah Creek
    • Pecwan Creek
    • Mettah Creek
    • Roach Creek
    • Tully Creek
    • Pine Creek
    • Trinity River (jump to tributaries)
    • Hopkins Creek
    • Copper Creek
    • Bluff Creek
      • Fish Creek
      • East Fork Bluff Creek
      • Notice Creek
      • North Fork Bluff Creek
    • Slate Creek
    • Red Cap Creek
      • North Fork Red Cap Creek
      • Middle Fork Red Cap Creek
    • Boise Creek
    • Camp Creek
    • Pearch Creek
    • Salmon River (jump to tributaries)
    • Rogers Creek
    • Irving Creek
    • Rock Creek
    • Swillup Creek
    • Ukonom Creek
    • King Creek
    • Independence Creek
    • Clear Creek
      • South Fork Clear Creek
      • Fivemile Creek
      • Tenmile Creek
      • Bear Valley Creek
      • Red Hill Creek
      • West Fork Clear Creek
      • Doe Creek
    • Oak Flat Creek
    • Elk Creek
      • East Fork Elk Creek
      • Doolittle Creek
      • Bear Creek
      • Granite Creek
      • Toms Valley Creek
      • Rainy Valley Creek
    • Indian Creek
      • Doolittle Creek
      • East Fork Indian Creek
      • South Fork Indian Creek
        • Twin Valley Fork Indian Creek
      • Mill Creek
      • Granite Creek
      • Green Creek
    • China Creek
    • Thompson Creek
    • Fort Goff Creek
    • Portuguese Creek
    • Seiad Creek
    • Grider Creek
    • Walker Creek
    • Scott River
      • Mill Creek
      • Kelsey Creek
      • Shackleford Creek
      • Indian Creek
      • Moffett Creek
      • Kidder Creek
      • Etna Creek
      • Sugar Creek
      • East Fork Scott River
      • South Fork Scott River
    • Shasta River
    • Cottonwood Creek
    • Bogus Creek
    • Jenny Creek
    • Butte Creek (joins the Klamath in Oregon)
    • Lost River (joins the Klamath in Oregon)
      • Rock Creek
      • Willow Creek
      • Mowitz Creek

Trinity River[edit]

Trinity River drainage basin
  • Trinity River
    • Mill Creek
    • Tish Tang o Tang Creek
    • Horse Linto Creek
    • Willow Creek
    • South Fork Trinity River
      • Madden Creek
      • Grouse Creek
      • Buckeye Creek
      • Hayfork Creek
        • Corral Creek
        • Salt Creek
        • Big Creek
        • Carr Creek
        • East Fork Hayfork Creek
      • Indian Valley Creek
      • Plummer Creek
      • Rattlesnake Creek
      • Smoky Creek
      • Happy Camp Creek
      • East Fork South Fork Trinity River
      • Shell Mountain Creek
    • Sharber Creek
    • Quinby Creek
    • Hawkins Creek
    • New River
      • Bell Creek
      • Big Creek
      • China Creek
      • Panther Creek
      • Quinby Creek
      • Devils Canyon Creek
      • East Fork New River
      • Slide Creek
      • Virgin Creek
    • Canadian Creek
    • Big French Creek
    • Little French Creek
    • Price Creek
    • Manzanita Creek
    • Big Bar Creek
    • Sailor Bar Creek
    • North Fork Trinity River
      • East Fork North Fork Trinity River
      • Backbone Creek
      • Whites Creek
      • China Creek
      • Rattlesnake Creek
      • Gas Creek
      • Grizzly Creek
    • Canyon Creek
      • Big East Fork Canyon Creek
      • Little East Fork Canyon Creek
    • Oregon Gulch
    • Soldier Creek
    • Dutch Creek
    • Browns Creek
    • Reading Creek
    • Weaver Creek
      • Little Browns Creek
      • East Weaver Creek
      • West Weaver Creek
    • Indian Creek
    • Grass Valley Creek
      • Little Grass Valley Creek
    • Rush Creek
    • Deadwood Creek
    • Papoose Creek
    • Stuart Fork
      • Hobel Creek
      • Mule Creek
      • Stoney Creek
      • Owens Creek
      • Deep Creek
      • Boulder Creek
      • Deer Creek
    • Swift Creek
    • East Fork Trinity River
      • Cedar Creek
      • Mumbo Creek
      • Crow Creek
      • Baker Creek
    • Coffee Creek
      • Little Boulder Creek
      • Boulder Creek
      • Sugar Pine Creek
      • East Fork Coffee Creek
      • North Fork Coffee Creek
      • Union Creek
      • South Fork Coffee Creek
    • Scorpion Creek
    • Eagle Creek
    • Ramshorn Creek
    • Bear Creek
    • Tangle Blue Creek
    • Scott Mountain Creek
    • Little Trinity River
    • Sherer Creek
    • Picayune Creek
    • Cedar Creek
    • Bear Creek
    • High Camp Creek

Salmon River[edit]

  • Salmon River
    • Merrill Creek
    • Somes Creek
    • Wooley Creek
      • Steinacher Creek
      • Bridge Creek
      • Rock Creek
      • Hancock Creek
      • North Fork Wooley Creek
      • Hell Hole Creek
      • Big Meadows Creek
      • South Fork Wooley Creek
      • Big Elk Fork
    • Butler Creek
    • Morehouse Creek
    • Nordheimer Creek
    • Crapo Creek
    • North Fork Salmon River
      • Little North Fork Salmon River
      • Russian Creek
      • Right Hand Fork North Fork Salmon River
    • South Fork Salmon River
      • Knownothing Creek
      • Methodist Creek
      • Black Bear Creek
      • Plummer Creek
      • St Claire Creek
      • Crawford Creek
      • Cecil Creek
      • East Fork South Fork Salmon River
      • Rush Creek
      • Little South Fork Salmon River

Redwood Creek[edit]

  • Redwood Creek (Humboldt County)
    • Prairie Creek (California)
    • McArthur Creek
    • Tom McDonald Creek
    • Bridge Creek
    • Copper Creek
    • Devils Creek
    • Coyote Creek
    • Panther Creek
    • Garrett Creek
    • Lacks Creek
    • Minor Creek
    • Lupton Creek
    • Noisy Creek
    • High Prairie Creek
    • Minon Creek
    • Lake Prairie Creek
    • Bradford Creek
    • Pardee Creek
    • Twin Lakes Creek

Mad River[edit]

  • Mad River
    • Lindsay Creek
    • North Fork Mad River
    • Canon Creek
    • Maple Creek
    • Boulder Creek
    • Black Creek
    • Pilot Creek

Humboldt Bay[edit]

Primary streams entering Humboldt Bay are listed north to south beginning north of the entrance to the bay and continuing in a clockwise direction. Tributaries entering nearest the bay are listed first.[1][2]

For additional detail on Humboldt Bay streams, see Humboldt Bay: Bay tributaries and sloughs.

North Coast (south of Humboldt Bay)[edit]

Russian River near Duncan's Mills

Rivers and streams between Humboldt Bay and the Golden Gate that empty into the Pacific Ocean (arranged north to south; tributaries with those entering nearest the sea first):

For details of the Sonoma and Marin coasts, see List of watercourses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

San Francisco Bay[edit]

Streams that empty into San Francisco Bay or its tributary bays (arranged clockwise, starting at the north side of the Golden Gate; tributaries are listed from those entering nearest the bays to farthest). The Central Valley watershed feeding into Suisun Bay via the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta is excluded; see the following section for the Sacramento and San Joaquin river systems.

For additional detail on Bay Area creeks, see List of watercourses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

San Pablo Bay (north of Carquinez Strait)[edit]

Suisun Bay[edit]

San Pablo Bay (south of Carquinez Strait) and San Francisco Bay[edit]

For additional detail on Bay Area creeks, see List of watercourses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta[edit]

The Sacramento and San Joaquin River systems drain the western slope of the Sierra Nevada and most of the Central Valley, forming the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta before emptying into Suisun Bay; together, they are the largest river system in California.

Sacramento River[edit]

Sacramento River near the mouth
Cache Creek, in the Coast Ranges

Yolo Bypass[edit]

American River[edit]

American River drainage basin

Feather River[edit]

Feather River drainage basin
Headwaters of the Feather River
Yuba River[edit]
Yuba River drainage basin

Pit River[edit]

San Joaquin River[edit]

Mokelumne River[edit]

Mokelumne River drainage basin

Note: In the Delta the Mokelumne River divides into two short branches, also called the "North Fork" and "South Fork", which recombine before reaching the San Joaquin River.

Calaveras River[edit]

  • Calaveras River
    • New Hogan Dam, New Hogan Lake
    • North Fork Calaveras River
      • Murray Creek
      • Jesus Maria Creek
      • Esperanza Creek
    • South Fork Calaveras River
      • Calaveritas Creek
      • San Antonio Creek
      • San Domingo Creek
      • Cherokee Creek

Stanislaus River[edit]

Stanislaus River drainage basin

Tuolumne River[edit]

Tuolumne River drainage basin

Merced River[edit]

Merced River drainage basin
The Merced River in Yosemite Valley

Tulare Basin[edit]

Map of the Tulare Lake Basin

Usually an endorheic basin, waters in this region all eventually would reach Tulare Lake. This region would overflow into the San Joaquin River during flood years when Tulare Lake overflowed. Streams are listed clockwise around the Tulare Basin, starting at the Kings River:

  • Kings River (jump to tributaries)
  • Sand Creek
  • Cross Creek
  • Lewis Creek
  • Tule River (jump to tributaries)
  • Deer Creek
    • Pothole Creek
    • Gordon Creek
    • Tyler Creek
  • White River
    • Coarse Gold Creek
    • Arrastre Creek
    • Chalaney Creek
  • Rag Gulch
    • Five Dog Creek
    • Willow Springs Creek
  • Deer Creek
  • Poso Creek
    • Little Creek
    • Rattlesnake Creek
    • Little Poso Creek
    • Cedar Creek
    • Von Hellum Creek
    • Spear Creek
  • Kern River (jump to tributaries)
  • Caliente Creek
    • Walker Basin Creek
    • Tehachapi Creek
    • Indian Creek
  • Tejon Creek
  • El Paso Creek
  • Pastoria Creek
  • Grapevine Creek
  • Tecuya Creek
  • Salt Creek
  • Pleito Creek
  • San Emigdio Creek
  • Los Lobos Creek
  • Santiago Creek
  • Bitter Creek
  • Bitterwater Creek
  • Sandy Creek
  • Buena Vista Creek
  • Salt Creek
  • Chico Creek
  • Santos Creek
  • Media Agua Creek
  • Bitterwater Creek
  • Avenal Creek
  • Baby King Creek
  • Canoas Creek
  • Los Gatos Creek

Kings River[edit]

Kings River drainage basin

Kaweah River[edit]

Kaweah River drainage basin
Kaweah River in the foothills of the Sierra

Tule River[edit]

Kern River[edit]

Location of the Kern River

Central Coast[edit]

Rivers that empty into the Pacific Ocean between the Golden Gate and Point Arguello, arranged in order from north to south.

For details of the San Mateo coast, see List of watercourses in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pajaro River[edit]

Salinas River[edit]

Salinas River drainage basin

Santa Maria River[edit]

Santa Maria River drainage basin

Santa Ynez River[edit]

Santa Ynez River drainage basin

South Coast[edit]

Rivers that empty into the Pacific Ocean southeast of Point Arguello, arranged from north to south:

Point Arguello to Santa Monica[edit]

Santa Clara River[edit]

Santa Clara River drainage basin
  • Santa Clara River
    • Santa Paula Creek
    • Boulder Creek
    • Sespe Creek
      • Little Sespe Creek
      • Tar Creek
      • West Fork Sespe Creek
      • Alder Creek
      • Park Creek
      • Timber Creek
      • Trout Creek
      • Piedra Blanca Creek
      • Rose Valley Creek
      • Rock Creek
      • Potrero John Creek
      • Munson Creek
      • Cherry Creek
      • Adobe Creek
      • Abadi Creek
    • Hopper Canyon Creek
    • Piru Creek
      • Santa Felicia Dam, Lake Piru
      • Devil Canyon
      • Canton Canyon
      • Agua Blanca Creek
      • Fish Creek
      • Pyramid Dam, Pyramid Lake
      • Gorman Creek
      • Buck Creek
      • Snowy Creek
      • Smith Fork
      • Dry Creek
      • Lockwood Creek
      • Mutau Creek
        • Alamo Creek
        • Little Mutau Creek
      • Sheep Creek
      • Cedar Creek
    • Castaic Creek
    • Bouquet Canyon
    • South Fork Santa Clara River
      • Placerita Creek
      • Newhall Creek
    • Mint Canyon
    • Agua Dulce Canyon
    • Mill Canyon
    • Acton Canyon
    • Aliso Canyon
    • Kentucky Springs Canyon

Ventura River[edit]

Santa Monica to San Clemente[edit]

Los Angeles River[edit]

San Gabriel River[edit]

Santa Ana River[edit]

San Clemente to Mexican border[edit]

Santa Margarita River[edit]

San Luis Rey River[edit]

  • San Luis Rey River
    • West Fork San Luis Rey River

San Dieguito River[edit]

San Diego River[edit]

San Diego Bay[edit]

Tributaries entering San Diego Bay are arranged from North to South:

  • Chollas Creek
  • Paradise Creek
  • Sweetwater River
  • Otay River

Gulf of California[edit]

Rivers that empty into the Gulf of California:

Carrizo Plain[edit]

The Carrizo Plain is a large enclosed valley near the Central Coast which drains into Soda Lake.

Salton Sea[edit]

Rivers that empty into the Salton Sea:

Great Basin[edit]

Rivers in the Great Basin, arranged roughly north to south:

Tule Lake[edit]

Honey Lake[edit]

Honey Lake drainage basin
  • Susan River
    • Willow Creek
      • Petes Creek
      • Balls Canyon
        • Snowstorm Creek
        • Secret Creek
    • Piute Creek
    • Willard Creek
  • Skedaddle Creek
  • Long Valley Creek
  • Baxter Creek

Pyramid Lake (in Nevada)[edit]

Pyramid Lake drainage basin

Carson Sink (in Nevada)[edit]

Carson Sink drainage basin

Walker Lake (in Nevada)[edit]

Mono Lake[edit]

Rivers draining into saline and endorheic Mono Lake in eastern California, from north and proceeding counterclockwise:

Owens Lake[edit]

Owens Lake drainage basin

Death Valley[edit]

Streams terminating in the Badwater Basin in Death Valley National Park.

  • Salt Creek
    • Furnace Creek Wash
    • Emigrant Wash
    • Death Valley Wash
  • Amargosa River
    • Wingate Wash
    • Salt Creek (may carry overflow from the Mojave River basin in extremely wet years)
    • Rock Valley Wash
    • Fortymile Wash

Antelope Valley-Fremont Valley watersheds[edit]

Streams terminating in various dry lakes in the Antelope Valley and Fremont Valley (Koehn Lake, Rosamond Lake, Rogers Dry Lake and others), draining from the southeastern Tehachapi Mountains and northern San Gabriel Mountains, listed counterclockwise starting from north:

  • Cottonwood Creek
  • Cache Creek
  • Oak Creek
  • Cottonwood Creek
  • Pescado Creek
  • Los Alamos Creek
  • Amargosa Creek
  • Anaverde Creek
  • Little Rock Creek
    • South Fork Little Rock Creek
  • Big Rock Creek
    • Pallett Creek
    • Sandrock Creek
    • South Fork Big Rock Creek
  • Mescal Creek
  • Le Montaine Creek

Soda Lake (Mojave River drainage)[edit]

Mojave River drainage basin

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Klamath Resource Information System (KRIS), KRIS Humboldt Bay, URL retrieved November 11, 2007
  2. ^ Humboldt Bay Harbor District, Wetlands, Streams, Riparian Areas, and Watershed Areas, URL retrieved November 12, 2007 Archived November 28, 2007, at the Wayback Machine

External links[edit]

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ArcGIS Hub is an easy-to-configure cloud platform that organizes people, data, and tools to accomplish Initiatives and goals.

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Watershed Mapping Series, Map Set 4, CD 2005-01. Geologic and Geomorphic Features Related to Landsliding (color and black-and-white), Elk River Watershed, Humboldt County, California. Relative Landslide Potential with Geologic and Geomorphic Features, Elk River Watershed, Humboldt County, California. Scale 1:24,000.

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Furthermore, rising river levels and flooding can be an issue during winter months along any river system, so caution should be taken, usually between DEC-MAY. This California Rivers list is in alphabetical order, listed by Name of River. California River Maps. American River Auburn, CA. (Gold Country, Sierra Nevada) El Dorado National Forest Map.

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State of California. Data Map Services. Map services for the spatial data provided by many of the map applications listed above are open and available for public developer use via our GIS server endpoint.

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The Map of California is the 3rd largest state by area With 163,696 square miles (423,970 km2). The state is 135 times as big as Rhode Island Compared with other US states. California River Map features have several lakes and rivers that do not only provide water to the millions of households in the state but are also major tourist destinations.

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Map of California Lakes, Rivers, Streams and Water Features. And a list of California's major lake and river water features by county.

California Water Features Map
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CACache Creek, Lake Co, CACache Creek, Yolo Co, CACadiz Lake, San Bernardino Co, CACalaveras River, Calaveras Co, CACalaveras River, San Joaquin Co, CACalaveras River, Stanislaus Co, CACaliente Creek, Kern Co, CACamp Far West Reservoir, Placer Co, CACamp Far West Reservoir, Yuba Co, CACarmel River, Monterey Co, CACastaic Lake, Los Angeles Co, CACherry Lake, Tuolumne Co, CAChina Lake, Kern Co, CAChina Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAChowchilla River, Madera Co, CAChowchilla River, Mariposa Co, CAChowchilla River, Merced Co, CAClair Engle Lake, Trinity Co, CAClark Lake, San Diego Co, CAClear Creek, Shasta Co, CAClear Lake, Lake Co, CAClear Lake Reservoir, Modoc Co, CAClifton Court Forebay,Contra Costa Co, CACoachella Canal, Imperial Co, CACoachella Canal, Riverside Co, CAColorado River, Imperial Co, CAColorado River, Riverside Co, CAColorado River, San Bernardino Co, CAComanche Reservoir, Amador Co, CAComanche Reservoir, Calaveras Co, CAComanche Reservoir, San Joaquin Co, CACosumnes River, Amador Co, CACosumnes River, El Dorado Co, CACosumnes River, Sacramento Co, CACourtright Reservoir, Fresno Co, CACow Head Lake, Modoc Co, CACoyote Lake, San Bernardino Co, CACross Creek, Kings Co, CACross Creek, Tulare Co, CACuddeback Lake, San Bernardino Co, CACuyama River, San Luis Obispo Co, CACuyama River, Santa Barbara Co, CADale Lake, San Bernardino Co, CADanby Lake, San Bernardino Co, CADeadman Creek, Mariposa Co, CADeadman Creek, Merced Co, CADeer Creek, Tehama Co, CADeer Creek, Tulare Co, CADiamond Valley Lake, Riverside Co, CADon Pedro Reservoir, Tuolumne Co, CADry Creek, Stanislaus Co, CAEagle Lake, Lassen Co, CAEast Cronise Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAEast Fork Carson River, Alpine Co, CAEast Highline Canal, Imperial Co, CAEast Park Reservoir, Colusa Co, CAEastman Lake, Madera Co, CAEastman Lake, Mariposa Co, CAEel River, Humboldt Co, CAEel River, Lake Co, CAEel River, Mendocino Co, CAEel River, Trinity Co, CAEgg Lake, Modoc Co, CAEl Capitan Reservoir, San Diego Co, CAEl Mirage Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAEmerson Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAFallen Leaf Lake, El Dorado Co, CAFeather River, Butte Co, CAFeather River, Sutter Co, CAFeather River, Yuba Co, CAFolsom Lake, El Dorado Co, CAFolsom Lake, Placer Co, CAFolsom Lake, Sacramento Co, CAFord Dry Lake, Riverside Co, CAFrench Meadows Reservoir, Placer Co, CAFrenchman Lake, Plumas Co, CAFurnace Creek Wash, Inyo Co, CAGarcia River, Mendocino Co, CAGoldstone Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAGoose Lake, Modoc Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, Fresno Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, Kern Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, Kings Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, LA Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, Merced Co, CAGov Edmund G Brown CA Aqueduct, SBD Co, CAHarper Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAHat Creek, Shasta Co, CAHayfield Lake, Riverside Co, CAHayfork Creek, Trinity Co, CAHell Hole Reservoir, Placer Co, CAHensley Lake, Madera Co, CAHetch Hetchy Reservoir, Tuolumne Co, CAHomer Wash, San Bernardino Co, CAHoney Lake, Lassen Co, CAHorse Lake, Lassen Co, CAHuntington Lake, Fresno Co, CAIndian Creek, Plumas Co, CAIndian Valley Reservoir, Lake Co, CAIsabella Lake, Kern Co, CAIvanpah Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAKelso Wash, San Bernardino Co, CAKern River, Kern Co, CAKern River, Tulare Co, CAKings River, Fresno Co, CAKings River, Kings Co, CAKings River, Tulare Co, CAKlamath River, Del Norte Co, CAKlamath River, Humboldt Co, CAKlamath River, Siskiyou Co, CAKoehn Lake, Kern Co, CALake Almanor, Plumas Co, CALake Berryessa, Napa Co, CALake Britton, Shasta Co, CALake Cachuma, Santa Barbara Co, CALake Casitas, Ventura Co, CALake Crowley, Mono Co, CALake Davis, Plumas Co, CALake Earl, Del Norte Co, CALake Elsinore, Riverside Co, CALake Havasu, San Bernardino Co, CALake Henshaw, San Diego Co, CALake Kaweah, Tulare Co, CALake Mathews, Riverside Co, CALake McClure, Mariposa Co, CALake Mendocino, Mendocino Co, CALake Oroville, Butte Co, CALake Perris, Riverside Co, CALake Pillsbury, Lake Co, CALake Sonoma, Sonoma Co, CALake Success, Tulare Co, CALake Tahoe, El Dorado Co, CALake Tahoe, Placer Co, CALake Thomas A Edison, Fresno Co, CALavic Lake, San Bernardino Co, CALeach Lake, San Bernardino Co, CALittle Cow Creek, Shasta Co, CALittle Grass Valley Reservoir, Plumas Co, CALos Angeles Aqueduct,Inyo Co, CALos Angeles River, Los Angeles Co, CALos Gatos Creek, Fresno Co, CALos Vaqueros Reservoir, Contra Costa Co, CA

Lower Klamath Lake, Siskiyou Co, CA

Lower Lake, Modoc Co, CALucerne Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAMad River, Humboldt Co, CAMad River, Trinity Co, CAMammoth Pool Reservoir, Fresno Co, CAMammoth Pool Reservoir, Madera Co, CAMattole River, Humboldt Co, CAMattole River, Mendocino Co, CAMcCoy Flat Reservoir, Lassen Co, CAMeiss Lake, Siskiyou Co, CAMelville Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAMerced River, Madera Co, CAMerced River, Mariposa Co, CAMesquite Lake, San Bernardino Co, CAMiddle Alkali Lake, Modoc Co, CAMiddle Fork Cosumnes River, Amador Co, CAMiddle Fork Cosumnes River, El Dorado Co, CAMiddle Fork Cottonwood Creek, Shasta Co, CAMiddle Fork Cottonwood Creek, Tehama Co, CAMiddle Fork Eel River, Mendocino Co, CAMiddle Fork Eel River, Trinity Co, CAMiddle Fork Feather River, Butte Co, CAMiddle Fork Feather River, Plumas Co, CAMiddle Fork Kings River, Fresno Co, CAMiddle Yuba River, Nevada Co, CAMiddle Yuba River, Sierra Co, CAMiddle Yuba River, Yuba Co, CAMill Creek, Tehama Co, CAMillerton Lake, Fresno Co, CAMillerton Lake, Madera Co, CAModesto Reservoir, Stanislaus Co, CAMojave River, San Bernardino Co, CAMokelumne River, Sacramento Co, CAMokelumne River, San Joaquin Co, CAMono Lake, Mono Co, CAMoon Lake, Lassen Co, CAMountain Meadows Reservoir, Lassen Co, CANacimiento Reservoir, San Luis Obispo Co, CANew Bullards Bar Reservoir, Yuba Co, CANew Hogan Lake, Calaveras Co, CANew Melones Lake, Calaveras Co, CANew Melones Lake, Tuolumne Co, CANew River, Imperial Co, CANorth Fork American River, El Dorado Co, CANorth Fork American River, Placer Co, CANorth Fork Cosumnes River, Amador Co, CANorth Fork Cosumnes River, El Dorado Co, CANorth Fork Eel River, Mendocino Co, CANorth Fork Eel River, Trinity Co, CANorth Fork Feather River, Butte Co, CANorth Fork Feather River, Plumas Co, CANorth Fork Salmon River, Siskiyou Co, CANorth Fork Tuolumne River, Tuolumne Co, CANorth Yuba River, Sierra Co, CANorth Yuba River, Yuba Co, CANoyo River, Mendocino Co, CAO'Neill Forebay,Merced Co, CAOwens Creek, Mariposa Co, CAOwens Creek, Merced Co, CAOwens Lake, Inyo Co, CAPalen Lake, Riverside Co, CAPanoche Creek, Fresno Co, CAPanoche Creek, San Benito Co, CAPardee Reservoir, Amador Co, CAPardee Reservoir, Calaveras Co, CAPaynes Creek, Tehama Co, CAPine Flat Reservoir, Fresno Co, CAPinto Wash, Riverside Co, CAPiru Creek, Los Angeles Co, CAPiru Creek, Ventura Co, CAPit River, Lassen Co, CAPit River, Modoc Co, CAPit River, Shasta Co, CAPoso Creek, Kern Co, CAPoso Creek, Tulare Co, CAPyramid Lake, Los Angeles Co, CARaker and Thomas Reservoirs,Modoc Co, CARed Bank Creek, Tehama Co, CARedwood Creek, Humboldt Co, CARogers Lake, Kern Co, CARogers Lake, Los Angeles Co, CARosamond Lake, Kern Co, CARosamond Lake, Los Angeles Co, CARussian River, Mendocino Co, CARussian River, Sonoma Co, CASacramento River, Butte Co, CASacramento River, Colusa Co, CASacramento River, Glenn Co, CASacramento River, Sacramento Co, CASacramento River, Shasta Co, CASacramento River, Siskiyou Co, CASacramento River, Sutter Co, CASacramento River, Tehama Co, CASacramento River, Yolo Co, CASalinas River, Monterey Co, CASalinas River, San Luis Obispo Co, CASalton Sea, Imperial Co, CASalton Sea, Riverside Co, CASan Antonio Reservoir, Monterey Co, CASan Benito River, San Benito Co, CASan Felipe Creek, Imperial Co, CASan Felipe Creek, San Diego Co, CASan Joaquin River, Contra Costa Co, CASan Joaquin River, Fresno Co, CASan Joaquin River, Madera Co, CASan Joaquin River, Merced Co, CASan Joaquin River, San Joaquin Co, CASan Joaquin River, Stanislaus Co, CASan Juan Creek, San Luis Obispo Co, CASan Luis Reservoir, Merced Co, CASan Luis Rey River, San Diego Co, CASanta Clara River, Los Angeles Co, CASanta Clara River, Ventura Co, CASanta Ynez River, Santa Barbara Co, CAScott River, Siskiyou Co, CASearles Lake, San Bernardino Co, CASespe Creek, Ventura Co, CAShasta Lake, Shasta Co, CAShasta River, Siskiyou Co, CAShaver Lake, Fresno Co, CASheepy Lake, Siskiyou Co, CASilurian Lake, San Bernardino Co, CASilver Lake, San Bernardino Co, CASoda Lake, San Bernardino Co, CASoda Lake, San Luis Obispo Co, CASonoma Creek, Sonoma Co, CASouth Fork American River, El Dorado Co, CASouth Fork Cottonwood Creek, Tehama Co, CASouth Fork Eel River, Humboldt Co, CASouth Fork Eel River, Mendocino Co, CASouth Fork Gualala River, Sonoma Co, CASouth Fork Kern River, Kern Co, CASouth Fork Kern River, Tulare Co, CASouth Fork Kings River, Fresno Co, CASouth Fork Merced River, Madera Co, CASouth Fork Merced River, Mariposa Co, CASouth Fork Salmon River, Siskiyou Co, CASouth Fork Smith River, Del Norte Co, CASouth Fork Trinity River, Humboldt Co, CASouth Fork Trinity River, Trinity Co, CASouth Yuba River, Nevada Co, CASpicer Reservoir, Alpine Co, CASpicer Reservoir, Tuolumne Co, CAStampede Reservoir, Sierra Co, CAStanislaus River, Calaveras Co, CAStanislaus River, San Joaquin Co, CAStanislaus River, Stanislaus Co, CAStanislaus River, Tuolumne Co, CAStony Gorge Reservoir, Glenn Co, CASuperior Lake, San Bernardino Co, CASusan River, Lassen Co, CAThe Racetrack,Inyo Co, CAThermalito Afterbay,Butte Co, CAThomes Creek, Tehama Co, CATopaz Lake, Mono Co, CATrinity River, Humboldt Co, CATrinity River, Trinity Co, CATroy Lake, San Bernardino Co, CATruckee River, Nevada Co, CATruckee River, Placer Co, CATule Lake Sump,Modoc Co, CATule Lake Sump,Siskiyou Co, CATulloch Reservoir, Calaveras Co, CATulloch Reservoir, Tuolumne Co, CATuolumne River, Stanislaus Co, CATuolumne River, Tuolumne Co, CATurlock Lake, Stanislaus Co, CAUnion Valley Reservoir, El Dorado Co, CAUpper Lake, Modoc Co, CAVan Duzen River, Humboldt Co, CAVan Duzen River, Trinity Co, CAWatson Wash, San Bernardino Co, CAWest Walker River, Mono Co, CAWestside Main Canal, Imperial Co, CAWhiskeytown Lake, Shasta Co, CAWhitehorse Flat Reservoir, Modoc Co, CA

Woodward Reservoir, Stanislaus Co, CA

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Map of California Cities: This map shows many of California's important cities and most important roads. Important north - south routes include: Interstate 5 and Interstate 15. Important east - west routes include: Interstate 8, Interstate 10, Interstate 40 and Interstate 80. We also have a more detailed Map of California Cities.

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California River Map - Check list of Rivers, Lakes and Water Resources of California. Free Download California river map high resolution in PDF and jpg format at Whereig.

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Click either river names or blue dots in the map to get descriptions. For favorite runs listed in order of difficulty, see Recommended Runs. For runs listed from A to Y, see the Alphabetic Index or descriptive Table. Sponsored by The Boat People. Creeks Navigation Home Recommended Runs Map of Rivers Alphabetic Index Alphabetic Table Text Search

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California Rivers Fishing Map. Hundreds of rivers and lakes mapped, color coded for recent conditions. One-stop-shop for fishing and boating locations in California.

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Maps. California River Watch works throughout Marin County and the Water Quality Control Board Region 1 including Sonoma, Mendocino, Humboldt, Del Norte, Siskiyou, Modoc, Lake, Trinity and Glenn counties: ... Siskiyou, Modoc, Lake, Trinity and Glenn counties: Recent Posts. Fluoride in Drinking Water Court Status Hearing; What is chromium-6 ...

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California is located in the southwestern part of the United States, on the Pacific coast.California is bordered by Mexico on the south, the other states of Nevada and Arizona on the east, and Oregon to the north. In the middle of the state lies the Central Valley, bounded by the coastal mountain ranges in the west, the Sierra Nevada to the east, the Cascade Range in the north.

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California is located in the southwestern part of the United States, on the Pacific coast. California is bordered by Mexico on the south, the other states of Nevada and Arizona on the east, and Oregon to the north. In the middle of the state lies the Central Valley, bounded by the coastal mountain ranges in the west, the Sierra Nevada to the east, the Cascade Range in the north. Mount Whitney of the Sierra Nevada is the highest peak in California, and also in the 48 contiguous states of the US.
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Explore the connection between the environment and the arts through books, music, films, visual art, and more. Mountain Ranges of India, map showing hill ranges and major rivers in India. Shop for a stunning wall map of the USA. We offer large wall maps of every US …

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US Rivers Map Printable. PDF. The US River map is available on the site and can be downloaded from the given images. The 10 major rivers of the United state can be seen in the image and their directions. The river water is used for drinking, irrigation purpose, and many other.

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The USGS National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) Downloadable Data Collection from The National Map (TNM) is a comprehensive set of digital spatial data that encodes information about naturally occurring and constructed bodies of surface water (lakes, ponds, and reservoirs), paths through which water flows (canals, ditches, streams, and rivers), and related entities such as …

Free California River Maps | Russian River

04-06-2020 · The third image shows the map of Kern River. It is a river in California, United States. It is 270 km long. It drain an area of the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains. The fourth one shows the map of Colorado River California. It is the main river flowing in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The length of this river is 2,330 km.

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California river maps are very useful for those who are planning to go for camping or to spend more time with their family on weekends. Even some school and college students who are preparing for their projects related to river maps of California need these types of maps. Here we have a collection of California river maps. Have a look:

Collection of California River Maps:

1. California River Map:

California River Map

2. Russian River California Map:

russian river california map

3. Kern River Campground Map:

kern river campground map

4. Colorado River California Map:

colorado river california map

5. Sacramento River Map of California:

sacramento river map of california

6. American River California Map:

american river california map

As you can see above images, we have added six types of California river maps. The first one shows all the rivers and their tributaries. The second image shows the map of the Russian River California. It is a southward flowing river that falls into northern California after 3,850 km2. It is the second-largest river of California flowing through nine-counties. It is 180 km long in length.

The third image shows the map of Kern River. It is a river in California, United States. It is 270 km long. It drain an area of the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains. The fourth one shows the map of Colorado River California. It is the main river flowing in the southwestern United States and northern Mexico. The length of this river is 2,330 km.

The second last image of the river map shows the Sacramento River map. It is the largest river in California. It drains about 69,000 km2 in 19 California counties. The last one shows the map of American River California which is 30 miles long in length. IF you want to know more about these rivers, then you must have to download these maps.

You can get all these maps at zero cost. It is free for everyone. You just have to press the PDF button of a particular map to download these maps in your smart device. If you need any other type of map, then tell us by commenting down here.

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Politically, the state is subdivided into 58 counties for administrative convenience and each county is efficiently administered by the respective county seats. The California State Map points out the important cities of the state. It helps you clearly locate Sacramento, the capital of the state. Several lakes and rivers flow through the State ...

California is the third biggest state in the U.S. It covers a total area of 411,048 square kilometers. Bordered by Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona on its three sides, the Pacific Ocean forms its western border, the state has 58 political subdivisions or counties.

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The map of California provides a comprehensive overview on the exact geographical location, heterogeneous topography, and political divisions of the state. California is located on the southwestern part of the United States of America (USA). It is the 3rd biggest state in the country. California is the most populous U.S. state, It has a population of 39,512,223 as of 2019 U.S. Census Bureau Facts.

The State of California is the third-largest by area, covers total area of about 163,696 square miles. The land area of the state is 155,959 sq mi and total water area of the state is 7,737 sq mi. The state is surrounded by Oregon on its northern border, by Nevada on its eastern border, by Arizona on its southeastern border, by Baja California Norte of the Mexican State on its southern border, and by the Pacific Ocean on its western border. Politically, the state is subdivided into 58 counties for administrative convenience and each county is efficiently administered by the respective county seats.

The California State Map points out the important cities of the state. It helps you clearly locate Sacramento, the capital of the state. Several lakes and rivers flow through the State of California. The state falls under the watershed area of the Pacific Ocean.

Some of the prominent rivers that you can locate on a map of California are as follows:

San Joaquin, Eel, Salinas, Smith, Klamath, Salmon, Scott, Copper Creek, Shasta, Lost, Mad, Mattole, Sacramento

Mono, Tulare, Clear, Owens, Havasu, and Tahoe are few of the important lakes of the state.

Major Cities in California:

  • California holds two of the top-ten most populous cities: Los Angeles and San Diego.
  • Los Angeles lays claim to the world's largest outdoor amphitheater, the Hollywood Bowl.
  • Fresno, in Central California, proclaims itself the Raisin Capital of the World.
  • In Sacramento , the California State Railroad Museum is the largest museum of its kind in North America.
  • Castroville is the Artichoke Capital of the World.
  • San Francisco is home to the Pez Memorabilia Museum and the American Antique Slot Machine Museum.
  • Berkeley was the first city in America to mail education pamphlets on AIDS to every household in the city.
  • Interstates Highways in California:

  • East-West interstates include: Interstate 8, Interstate 10, Interstate 40 and Interstate 80.
  • North-South interstates: Interstate 5 and Interstate 15.
  • US Highways and State Routes in California:

    Route 6, Route 50, Route 101, Route 199 and Route 395.

    California State Facts:

    State NameCalifornia
    CountryUnited States
    ContinentNorth America
    Capital CitySacramento
    Lagest cityLos Angeles
    AbbreviationCA, Calif., Cali., US-CA
    Joined the UnionSeptember 9, 1850 (31st)
    NicknameThe Golden State
    area163,696 sq mi (423,970 km2)
    TimezoneUTC-08:00
    Population38,340,000 (2014 est)
    Highest PointMount Whitney
    Lowest PointDeath Valley
    Official Websitewww.ca.gov
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    At 165 miles long. Trinity River is the longest tributary of the Klamath river. Once known (in 1828) as "Indian Scalp River." That's pretty unsettling, if you ask me. Sad fact: Jerry Garcia's Father drowned here. 6. Sacramento River. flickr/daniel montemayor. This gem is king of our rivers in Northern California.

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    We have 3 salmon fishing maps for the Sacramento River, from Yuba to Redding with 2015 fishing report and how to fish this river, launch your boat. Out fishing map shows you where all the best salmon and steelhead holes are. Ocean Salmon Fishing Report and Fishing Map, Chinook salmon Fishing outside Golden Gate!

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    Discover, analyze and download data from California State Geoportal. Download in CSV, KML, Zip, GeoJSON, GeoTIFF or PNG. Find API links for GeoServices, WMS, and WFS. Analyze with charts and thematic maps. Take the next step and create StoryMaps and Web Maps.

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    The California Department of Water Resources has created an interactive map that shows geospatially referenced groundwater levels, groundwater table elevation, and subsidence in California. Other layers show which regions are encompassed by groundwater management plans, groundwater models, and county boundaries.

    Free Printable Chicago (Illinois) River Map

    20-12-2021 · The first map is the Chicago River Map, a detailed river map that shows all major rivers flowing through this city. The Chicago River is 156 miles long (251 km) and flows through Chicago (Illinois), USA. The river is not so long. The river is the only river in the world that flows in a reverse direction (with the help of Civil Engineering, the ...

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    Chicago is the most populated city in Illinois, the U.S that is located on the shores of freshwater Lake Michigan. Chicago covers 606.1 km², including water bodies. Here, we are talking about the river of Chicago. If you want to explore more about the river and lakes of Chicago, then you must stay on this page. Because here, we are adding Chicago river maps and some brief information about the major rivers of Chicago. Please, scroll down the page and have a look at these maps.

    Chicago River Maps Collection:

    1. Chicago River Map:

    2. Diversion Map of Chicago River:

    3. Chicago Riverwalk Map:

    3. River North Chicago Map:

    4. Chicago Waterways Map:

    Above we have added four types of river maps and waterways map of Chicago. All these maps are very useful and show the information that will help you in your study, project, or other work. We are also describing each map, so read the description of each map before viewing or downloading any map. Please scroll down the page and have a look at the information.

    The first map is the Chicago River Map, a detailed river map that shows all major rivers flowing through this city. The Chicago River is 156 miles long (251 km) and flows through Chicago (Illinois), USA. The river is not so long. The river is the only river in the world that flows in a reverse direction (with the help of Civil Engineering, the natural flow direction of this river changed backward).

    The second map is related to the Diversion map of the Chicago River. In this map, you will get to know about the flow direction, information about the mouth of this river, its tributary rivers, and its drainage information, as you can see in the map, how the water flow is diverted into its reverse direction. The main reason behind this diversion is the – pollution in this river and Michigan Lake. Later in 1886, researchers at the University of Illinois, with the help of civil engineering, a campaign is run to clean the river to control the disease and pollution. After a long, the plan to reverse the direction of the Chicago River was completed in 1900.

    The third map is titled “Chicago Riverwalk Map.” In this map, you will learn about the Riverwalk area beside the Chicago River. The Chicago Riverwalk is located on the south bank of the Chicago River. This riverwalk is stretched from Lake Shore Drive and Lake Michigan to Lake Street. This area is for public fun, which has Bars, cafes, restaurants, parks, boats on rental, a Vietnam War memorial and other amenities. You can enjoy your weekend or holiday at this riverwalk. For more information, you can check the map.

    Above were some river maps and waterways maps of Chicago(Illinois). These maps are available in both PDF and JPG format. Save or Download any map by clicking on the buttons that are under the preview image of each map. You can get all these maps on your device without paying.

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    Download Image of Map of California. Rivers and Lakes.. Free for commercial use, no attribution required. Created by an act of Congress in 1879, the USGS has evolved over the ensuing 125 years, matching its talent and knowledge to the progress of science and technology. The USGS is the sole science agency for the Department of the Interior. It is sought out by …