Via the west fork, considered to be the main stem of the river by the U.S. Board on
Geographic Names, the White River is 362 miles (583 km) long.
The main trunk called the White River, with no fork distinction is only 45 miles
long, but it is a major waterway. In fact it is the largest tributary to the Wabash
Oct 22, 2014 ... The 722-mile-long White River flowing through northern Arkansas and southern
Missouri is a major tributary of the Mississippi River. The river ...
This fifteen-mile trip begins at Tuhey Park along White River Boulevard in Muncie
. .... Though it is a long stretch, the combined flow from both forks moves at a ...
Twelve day-long trips have been outlined below to help you adequately explore
... The Brownstown to Sparksville section of the White River is a 23.5 mile, 6 1/2 ...
The river is 685 miles (1,102 km) long, drains 28,000 square miles (73,000
square km), and is navigable upstream to Batesville, Ark., for about 300 miles (
In its entire 720-mile journey, the river's flow is interrupted by at least eight dams,
six in Arkansas and two more in Missouri. The headwaters of the White are ...
The West Fork of White River begins in a farmer's field in Randolph County, south
of Winchester. For its first few miles, it travels north, then turns west through ...
Length: 5.5-8 hours / approx 15 & 18 miles / Map ... You will float to either White
River Campground, or to our Rusty Oar property depending on your original ...
southeasterly direction through Arkansas and enters the Mississippi River. ...
Distances on the White River above mouth are shown at 10 mile intervals on