that's easy its the st. johns river it go through northern Florida
There is a lake, islands and the entire state of Florida is a peninsula. Plus there is a river that runs through northern Florida.
The Chattahoochee river flows through northern Georgia, eastern Alabama, and western Florida.
The Suwanee River starts at the Okefenokee swamp. It is approximately 246 miles and flows through southern Georgia and northern Florida.
Indus River :)
The Danube, Austria's longest river, flows 217 miles (350 kilometers) from west to east through northern Austria.
There are several rivers that flow through the state of Florida, but the major one is called the St. John River. The St. John River flows through central Florida. The longest river based sailboat race in the world is held on this river.
Northern River Otter
In Florida, the longest river is the St. Johns River. The river is approximately 310 miles long. The river goes through 12 counties.
The large river that runs through the basin is the Congo river. The Congo river is also the worlds deepest river.
The Mississippi River does not flow through Florida. The Mississippi River rises in northern Minnesota and flows southward through Minnesota and then becomes the border for 9 U.S. states. Wisconsin, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi are along the east side of the Mississippi River, and Iowa, Missouri, and Arkansas are along its west side. The river serves as the border between Louisiana and Mississippi before turning west and flowing through Louisiana to the Mississippi River Delta at the Gulf of Mexico.
The Blackwater river is a river that the water looks black. Ths river is located in Northern Florida.
The Ganges River flows through northern India and empties into the Bay of Bengal.
Alabama river. Also, in Northern Vermont, the Barton River flows north.
The Canadian River.
Orinoco River -Hannah