The Arkansas River Map indicates the natural streams that flows through many prominent cities of the state. The 1,450-mile long Arkansas River is known as the major perennial resource of the state.
The river pass through northeastern Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas and Colorado and finally converges with the Mississippi River. The prime tributaries of the Arkansas River are Big Piney Creek, Mulberry and Petit Jean Rivers, Bayou Foursche LaFave, Cadron Creek, Bayou Metro, Lee Creek, Fall Creek, Shoal Creek, Illinois Bayou Middle Fork, Frog Bayou, Cub Creek, Illinois Bayou North Fork and Hurricane Creek. The map also highlights the other major streams of the state apart from the Arkansas. Some prominent waterways that pass through Arkansas are Kings River, Buffalo River, Little Missouri River, Eleven Point River, White River, Little Red River, Cossatot River, Ouachita River, Caddo River, Spring River, Saline River and the Strawberry River. The state map focuses on important drains and rivers to provide a clear idea about the natural streams. Apart from the natural splendor, the rivers also offer several tourism options like rafting, boating and fishing.