Licking River (Kentucky)

The Licking River is a partly navigable, 303-mile-long (488 km)[2] tributary of the Ohio River in northeastern Kentucky in the United States. The river and its tributaries drain much of the region of northeastern Kentucky between the watersheds of the Kentucky River to the west and the Big Sandy River to the east. The North Fork Licking River, in Pendleton County, Kentucky, is one of its tributaries.

Licking River
The mouth of the Licking River, where it joins the Ohio River
Physical characteristics
  locationMagoffin County, Kentucky
Ohio River
Length303 miles (488 km)
Basin size3,696 sq mi (9,570 km2)
  locationAlexandria, Kentucky
  average5,694 cu/ft. per sec.[1]

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