The Eleven Point River originates near the town of Willow Springs, located in northeastern Howell County (Figure Lo01 and Lo02). The river flows southeasterly across northern Howell and Oregon Counties and then south, crossing the Arkansas state line about 2.5 miles west of the southeast corner of Oregon County. From there it flows generally south through Randolph County, Arkansas, joining the Spring River approximately 3.7 miles above the Spring River/Black River Confluence near Black Rock, Arkansas. The Black River is a tributary of the White River. The Eleven Point Watershed occupies approximately 1,024 square miles in portions of five counties within Missouri. These include Howell, Oregon, Ripley, Carter, and Shannon. The watersheds bordering the Eleven Point Watershed include the Jacks Fork to the north, the Current and Fourche to the east, and the North Fork of the White River and Spring River Tributaries to the west.
Unless otherwise noted, the information presented in this document refers only to the Eleven Point Watershed in Missouri.