If you want to finish in one day, camping helps you get an early start.
Before pulling the plug on the wider region.
This misses several fun class II rapids just below the Bear Creek confluence, so many people put in where highway 16 climbs away from Cache Creek, despite the tight parking and carry down to the water.To reach take-out, continue upstream 6 miles on highway 16 to Yolo County Park.At low flows, this.7 mile run requires a full day in itself.Farm-to-fork breakfasts include dishes such as our own fruit and nuts, eggs from chickens or ducks raised on the property, seasonal herbs grown on site.We are a short drive to Cache Creek Casino Resort golf club, a world-class course.When the weather is warm, breakfast can be served on our wraparound porch with hummingbirds flying nearby.Flow ratio varies from year to year, but usually totals 450 cfs during irrigation season.
5.6 Haswell Boy Scout Camp on right, with plenty of casino junket flights free parking and an old stone building of historic interest (but no plaque).
This stretch is now beloved by many, although seldom crowded, especially compared to the section just downstream.
At high flows the Big Rock creates two pour-overs on either side, both usually runnable, and this becomes a long class III rapid.
RUM gradient: 25 fpm average, less near end.
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Stay on this bendy road thru Esparto, Capay, past the Brooks casino, a ways to Guinda, then to the small town of Rumsey.Put-in: Bear Creek, where highway 16 leaves Cache canyon, 630'.10.5 Crack Canyon enters on the right, in another horseshoe bend, marking the end of Kennedy Flats.6.6 Bulldozered diversion dam moves water to the right.The Holbek/Stanley guidebook recommends Cache Creek as a rainy season run for its high flows and continuous rapids.17.1 Island, main channel on the right.Stay on this bendy road thru Esparto, past the Brooks casino, a ways to Guinda, then to the small town of Rumsey.Shortly upstream of the main park entrance are several turn-out areas with plenty of free parking and good access down to the creek.Previously with a high clearance vehicle, you could start where commercial trips liked to put in, at Buck Island.
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The Cassady/Calhoun guidebook describes the standard summertime run from Yolo County regional park to Rumsey bridge.