Click here for a map of the park showing facilities such as visitor centers, boat ramps and other recreational amenities. It is in PDF format and is slightly more than 2 MB.
39 Mile District (Fort Randall Dam to Running Water, SD)
Click here for a map that shows the 39 mile reach of the Missouri National Recreational River, extending from just below Fort Randall Dam to Running Water, South Dakota. It is in PDF format and is slightly more than 880 KB (0.8. MB).
59 Mile District (Gavins Point Dam to Ponca State Park)
Bow Creek Recreation Area, is located along Bow Creek and the Missouri River in Cedar County about 2 miles northeast of Wynot, Nebraska.
Aerial Photo Maps of the river may be ordered from Jefferson National Parks Association. Order # 17319 and/or #13722. Maps are also available of the Corps of Engineers reservoirs and part of the channelized river.
Historic Flood of 2011 - Aerial Imagery Maps
39 mile reach (Fort Randall Dam to Running Water, SD)
59 mile reach (Gavins Point Dam to Sioux City, IA)
Did You Know?
Missouri National Recreational River supports several threatened and endangered species, including the endangered pallid sturgeon and interior least tern, and the threatened piping plover and the recently delisted Bald Eagle. More...