Sebou River is a river in northern Morocco.
The river is 496 kilometres long and has an average water flow of 137 m3/s, which makes it the largest North African river by volume.
Its most important tributaries are the Ouergha River, Baht River and Inaouen River.
The river supports irrigation in Morocco's most fertile region: the Gharb.
Sebou is navigable for only 16 km until the city of Kenitra, which has the only river port in Morocco.
Bouknadel is a town on the Atlantic coast of Morocco situated slightly to the north of Rabat and south of Kenitra.
The locale is the site of a former U.S. Naval Radio Transmitter Communications Station (USNRST Bouknadel Morocco).
The Naval Airstation was near the town of Kenitra, formerly known as Port Lyautey Earliest permanent settlement of this area is evidenced at the Phoenician and Roman settlement of Chellah slightly to the south on the banks of the Oued Bou Regreg.