Missouri Rivers

The state of Missouri has numerous rivers including the intersection of three of the greatest rivers in the United States. The confluence of Mississippi River and the Ohio River along the border of Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky. Also, the Missouri River and the Mississippi River join near St. Louis, where you will find spectacular views of the Mississippi River.

Southwest Missouri boasts beautiful crystal clear spring fed rivers that are a great spot for fly fishing. Roaring River and Bennett Spring are popular trout fishing rivers.

Canoeing is a popular activity to enjoy in Missouri’s rivers. Check out Jack Forks River, also known as the Canoe Capital of the Ozarks. There you can rent a canoe, and go for an unforgettable float trip.

Want to get away? How about camping along a beautiful Missouri river. Campers can pitch tents right by the Little Missouri River, and then cast their poles for some smallmouth bass. The crystal clear water rushing by is sure to relax those looking to get away from the hectic city life.
So grab your gear, and visit a Missouri River today!

So pack up the gear and visit a Missouri River today!

Check out our list of Missouri rivers below.   If you have pictures of any of these Missouri rivers and would like us to post them, you can upload them on the appropriate page below or email them to us at: photos @ outdoorsmo.com

Rivers with this icon next to the name have pictures.