The Whitewater River Run from Headwaters to Confluence with Turkey Creek in Arizona is a popular destination for kayakers and rafters seeking Class III-IV rapids. The ideal streamflow range for this section is between 400-800 cfs, although it can be run at higher levels with caution. The segment mileage is approximately 8.5 miles and includes several notable rapids such as "The Chute," "The Ledge," and "The Maze."
There are specific regulations to the area that visitors should be aware of. The use of glass containers and disposable plastic containers is not allowed, and all trash must be packed out. Campsites must be at least 200 feet away from water sources, and campfires are not permitted in certain areas during high fire danger times.