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Cities and Sights Along the Canadian River

The Canadian River is, at 906 miles, the longest tributary of the Arkansas River (itself a tributary of the Mississippi), and the 13th-longest in the United States, rising at the very southern border of Colorado and passing through northeastern New Mexico, the Texas panhandle, and much of Oklahoma, where it meets the Arkansas River at that state's east end. This is a list of cities and attractions along the length of the river, from west to east.
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Raton, New Mexico
Raton, New Mexico
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Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge
Maxwell National Wildlife Refuge
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Kiowa National Grassland
Kiowa National Grassland
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Conchas Lake State Park, New Mexico
Conchas Lake State Park, New Mexico
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Ute Lake State Park, New Mexico
Ute Lake State Park, New Mexico
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Lake Meredith National Recreation Area
Lake Meredith National Recreation Area
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Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument
Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Norman, Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma
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Arrowhead State Park, Oklahoma
Arrowhead State Park, Oklahoma
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Lake Eufaula State Park, Oklahoma
Lake Eufaula State Park, Oklahoma
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Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge
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