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Indiana's low elevations have kept the state's rivers freely flowing. The Wabash River is the longest free-flowing river east of the Mississippi, the largest non-navigable river in the United States, and the largest northern tributary of the Ohio River. The White River is the largest tributary of the Wabash, and both of its main forks are largely free-flowing, with the occasional, small lowhead dam.

Lost Rivers LLC: Typical Launch Points

Forks of the White River, Indiana

River Levels

West Fork White River

East Fork White River