California Whitewater Rafting » Cache Creek
Bird’s Eye View
Cache Creek is part of the Wild and Scenic California watersystem. It is one of the major rivers in Yolo county, flowing southeast from Clear Lake through BLM land and then along Hwy 16. The wilderness area has both the second largest population of bald eagles and tule elk in California.
Cache Creek in a Nutshell
Length: Wilderness: 17 miles; Rumsey: 8.5 miles
Season: Feb – August
Sections: Wilderness Run or Rumsey Run
Who should go: Novices looking to navigate their own raft, beginning kayakers, tubers. Experts only at high flows.
Whitewater & Scenery
Read more about Cache Creek Whitewater.
Learn more about Cache Creek Flows.
Keep reading about Cache Creek Logistics.