What Is the Widest River in the United States?

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The widest river in the United States is the Mississippi River. It also has the widest delta for rivers in the US.
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Some people would say it's the St. Johns river in Jacksonville, Florida - approximately 2.5 miles wide, but the Mississippi River, at Lake Winnibigoshish (near Grand Rapids, Minnesota
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The Neuse, takes a lumbering left turn and widens to 6 miles across,
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I'm not sure but I'd bet it's either Ike, Rita, or Katrina based on the length of coastline experiencing damage from the storm.
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The longest river in the U.S. is the Missouri River. It is 2,540 miles long and is a tributary of the Mississippi River. The USA has over 250,000 rivers. report this answer. Answered
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