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How to use the latest RDR2 mapping tool to map the Oklahoma and Kansas Rivers

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Oklahomans have a special relationship with their rivers, so it’s a good time to get a refresher on the state’s waterways.

If you’re curious about where your next vacation is, it’s always a good idea to have a map handy.

If not, check out this handy guide. 

The maps below will help you navigate through Oklahoma’s rivers. 

Oklahoma map Oklahomaniacs love their rivers.

Oklahoma map Oklahoma river mapOklahoma’s rivers have always been a focal point for statehood, and the state has been able to maintain a long history of protecting them through conservation. 

The state is one of the few in the country that does not have a national park.

The Oklahoman’s map below illustrates the state of the river system as of June 1, 2021.

The blue line marks the Oklahoma River in the upper right hand corner.

The orange line marks an area in Oklahoma.

The green line is a water level at the bottom of the map.

You can click on the water level to expand it. 

What to know about Oklahoma’s Rivers The Oklahoma River is the state´s largest river and it runs from the upper Midwest all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. 

In the 1930s, Oklahoma began to expand its rivers to allow for the construction of railroads, which brought with them new water routes and waterways. 

There are currently seven rivers in the state, and they range from the Mississippi River in northwest Oklahoma down to the Missouri River in southeast Oklahoma. 

Many of the rivers are managed for recreation, but the Mississippi and Missouri are managed as part of the Great Plains Water Management Plan.

The Missouri is one that is very important to the state and has a significant impact on the economy of the state. 

It was a huge success story for the state because of the amount of jobs it created and the way it impacted the economy. 

Most of the Missouri is managed by the state through the Great Basin Restoration and Management Act of 1993.

This legislation has provided $5 billion in restoration funding to the Mississippi Basin. 

These are some of the most important rivers in Oklahoma that you should know about.

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