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Coordinates: 42°28′59″N 96°23′31″W / 42.483°N 96.392°W / 42.483; -96.392 Floyd River River Country United States State Iowa Districts Woodbury County, Iowa, Plymouth County, Iowa, Sioux County, Iowa, O'Brien County, Iowa Source  - coordinates 43°14′31″N 95°37′16″W / 43.242°N 95.621°W / 43.242; -95.621 Mouth Missouri River  - elevation 1,079 ft (329 m)  - coordinates 42°28′59″N 96°23′31″W / 42.483°N 96.392°W / 42.483; -96.392 This excerpt from the Lewis and Clark map of 1814 shows the rivers of western Iowa. The Floyd is seen at the upper left of the map. The Floyd River is a tributary of the Missouri River, 112 miles (180 km) long,[1] in northwestern Iowa in the United States. It enters the Missouri at Sioux City, and is named for Charles Floyd, a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Contents 1 Course 2 Gallery 3 See also 4 References Course The Floyd River rises in northwestern O'Brien County near the town of Sanborn and flows generally southwestwardly through Sioux, Plymouth and Woodbury counties, past the towns of Sheldon, Hospers, Alton, Le Mars, Merill, and Hinton. At Merrill the Floyd collects its largest tributary, the West Branch Floyd River, which is about 40 mi (65 km) long. The West Branch rises near Boyden in northeastern Sioux County and flows generally southward into Plymouth County, past Maurice and Struble. The Floyd enters Woodbury County near the Leeds neighborhood of Sioux City. The Floyd River has come out of its banks on several occasions, causing distastrous flooding in Sioux City in 1892 and 1953. The river has since been the focus of an intensive flood control project. The Floyd's lower channel through Sioux City has been straightened, channelized, lined with riprap and banked by a high earthen levee. The Floyd River is the site of frequent fish kills caused by runoff of massive amounts of animal waste from farm feedlots into the river.[citation needed] Gallery The Floyd River near Le Mars, Iowa A channelized section of the Floyd River in Sioux City, just above its mouth at the Missouri River Confluence of the Missouri and Floyd Rivers in Sioux City See also List of Iowa rivers References ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed March 30, 2011 Columbia Gazetteer of North America entry DeLorme (1998). Iowa Atlas & Gazetteer. Yarmouth, Maine: DeLorme. ISBN 0-89933-214-5. U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Floyd River