The Ūla (Belarusian: Ула) is a river in Dzūkija National Park in southern Lithuania and northern Belarus.

Ula river.jpg
A bend in the river Ūla
CountryLithuania and Belarus
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ locationGrodno Region
 ⁃ coordinates
54°09′50″N 24°20′11″E / 54.16389°N 24.33639°E / 54.16389; 24.33639Coordinates: 54°09′50″N 24°20′11″E / 54.16389°N 24.33639°E / 54.16389; 24.33639
Length84 km (52 mi)
Basin size753 km2 (291 sq mi)
 ⁃ average5.58 m3/s (197 cu ft/s)
Basin features
ProgressionMerkysNemanBaltic Sea

Its total length is 84 km. The Ūla flows into the Merkys.

The river is mostly shallow, with colorful water foliage flowing near the surface. It has numerous bends, rocks and steep, sandy shores. The Ūla is considered one of the most beautiful rivers in Lithuania and is a popular, albeit a somewhat difficult, canoeing destination.