The Cresta Dam to Poe Reservoir (Camp Creek) run is a popular whitewater river run located in the state of California. This segment is approximately 5 miles long and is rated as class IV-V. The ideal streamflow range for this run is between 400-800 cfs.
There are a variety of rapids and obstacles on this run, including Tight Squeeze, Deadwood Falls, and Tunnel Chute. Tight Squeeze is a narrow channel that requires precise maneuvering, while Deadwood Falls is a series of drops that require solid boating skills. Tunnel Chute is a unique feature of this run, as it involves paddling through a narrow tunnel and then dropping down a steep chute. It is important to note that this run is very technical and should only be attempted by experienced paddlers.
There are specific regulations in place for this area, including a permit system for private boaters and a seasonal closure from April 1st to July 1st to protect spawning fish. It is also important to practice Leave No Trace principles and to respect the natural surroundings.