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Rivers in Arizona
Description : Map showing the all the major lakes and rivers in Arizona state of USA. Disclaimer
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Rivers of Arizona
Situated in the southwestern region of the United States, Arizona is well known for its fabulous lakes and rivers. Some of the prominent lakes and rivers situated in the state include Santa Cruz River, San Simon Creek, Bill Williams River, Santa Maria River, Little Colorado River, White River, Black River and many others. The map provides the user with a clear idea about the various rivers and lakes that transverse in the state. Also shown on the map is the capital of Arizona, Phoenix. Other than this, the user can get a clear idea of the various US states and countries that surround Arizona. The international border separates the state from the nation of Mexico, which is located at its southern part. The neighboring US states of New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and California are demarcated on the map. Also shown is the state of Colorado with which it shares one point in common. The map is a treasure trove for travelers and will come in handy during their excursions in the state.

List of Rivers in Arizona

S.No.River NameLengthOrigin and Destination
1Colorado River1,450-mile (2,330 km)Rocky Mountains, Colorado, United States to Gulf of California between Baja California and Sonora.
2Salt River200 mi (322 km)(White River, Black River) White Mountains, Arizona to Gila River
3Gila River649 mi (1,044 km)Grant County, New Mexico to Colorado River, Yuma, Arizona
4Little Colorado River338 mi (544 km) Mount Baldy, White Mountains to Colorado River
5Bill Williams River46.3 mi (75 km)Alamo Lake to the Colorado River
6San Pedro River143 milesSierra Manzanal Mountains to Gila River
7Black River114 mi (183 km) Near Alpine (Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Greenlee County) to Salt River
8Hassayampa RiverAbout 113 miles (182 km)near Prescott, Arizona to Gila River
9Havasu CreekNAHavasupai Indian Reservation, Havasu Springs to Colorado River
10Kanab Creek125 milesKane County, Utah to Kanab Creek Wilderness
11Puerco River167 mi (269 km)McKinley County, New Mexico to Little Colorado River, near Holbrook, Navajo County, Arizona
12Santa Maria River50 miles (80 km)Alamo Lake and between Mohave and La Paz counties.
13Verde River170 mi (274 km)near Paulden, Yavapai County to Salt River, near Fountain Hills, Maricopa County
14Clear Cr.NANA
15Theodore Roosevlt Lake22.4 milesGila County, Arizona, United States
16Cintennial Wash10 mi (16 km)Border on Aubrey Peak Wilderness, Bill Williams River
17Agua Fria118 milesPrescott Valley There is a large "Black Canyon" on the Colorado River along the Arizona–Nevada border.)
18Santa Cruz184 miles (296 km)San Rafael Valley, Gila River, Arizona, Sonora
19White River16 mi (26 km)Confluence of White River's east and west forks, Salt River
20San Simon CreekNASan Simon Valley in Graham and Cochise County, Arizona and Hidalgo County, New Mexico to Gila River at Safford
21Brawley WashNAAltar Valley between the Sierrita and Coyote Mountains
22San Crisobal WashNAGila River Valley, Gila River

Last Updated : December 13, 2016




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