Rural Scenic property with 4,200 feet of Cache Creek frontage, currently used for camping and a white water rafting business. This 95 +/- Acre property is one of a kind, and would continue to be ideal for a developer for the development of a campground, with possible RV sites in conjunction with the operation of a white water rafting business operators. The subject property has a great appeal to rafting businesses, because it represents an ideal take-out point and staging area at the end of the 8+/- mile drift down Cache Creek, which is noted for having class 2 and 3 rapids. There are very few or no properties that are privately owned and have this potential for many uses. This is the last privately owned property adjacent to the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument, one of the most diverse regions in the State of California. The subject property is ideal for camping and recreational activities. Surrounded by rugged wilderness, towering volcanic canyons and oak studded meadows. The “island” portion of the property has approximately 12.28 total acres and has approximately 2,000 feet of Cache Creek frontage on the North side of the parcel and approximately 2,500 feet of irrigation district canal frontage along the South side of the parcel. This parcel is accessed via a wood and flat-bed rail car bridge. The topography of this site is primarily flat with grasses and oak trees. It would be an ideal for a homesite or greenhouses. Riparian rights from Cache Creek offer ample water sources for possible cannabis growing. The entrance to the Cache Creek side of Highway 16 is protected by a locked gate. The road takes you down to the current rafting staging area and continues to the campsite areas and raft take out area. The road continues to the “island” portion of the property where it has been determined approximately 3 acres would be suitable for legal permitted cannabis cultivation considering the set back requirements for Yolo County. Owner financing may be available. Please contact Robin Ward for more information!