River Avon derives from "Afon" or "Abona", British Celtic for 'river', and the generic word has been borrowed into English to refer to many specific rivers. It may refer to:
- River Avon, Devon, running from Ryder's Hill to Bigbury (also known as River Aune)
- River Avon, Warwickshire, running from Naseby to Tewkesbury (also known as Shakespeare's Avon)
- River Avon, Hampshire, running from Pewsey to Christchurch (also known as Salisbury Avon)
- River Avon, Bristol, running from Acton Turville to Avonmouth
- Avon Water, Hampshire, running from Holmsley in the New Forest to Keyhaven
- River Avon, Falkirk, running from near Cumbernauld to Grangemouth
- River Avon, Strathspey, running from Ben Macdui to Cragganmore
- Avon Water, running from south of Darvel to Motherwell
- River Avon, occasional anglicisation of the River Afan
- Afon, the Welsh word for river, often anglicised to 'avon'
- Avon River (Mid-Coast Council), New South Wales
- Avon River (Wollongong), New South Wales
- Avon River (Gippsland, Victoria)
- Avon River (Grampians, Victoria)
- Avon River (Western Australia)
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