Cache Creek is a small creek in Cotton County, Oklahoma and a tributary of the Red River. Cache Creek has a distance of 5.5 miles (8.85 km) from the Red River to the East Cache Creek and West Cache Creek basin. The East Cache Creek and West Cache Creek confluence is located 6 miles (9.75 km) southwest of Temple, Oklahoma.
Cache Creek has three primary tributaries East Cache Creek, West Cache Creek, and Deep Red Creek.
The Red River
From the time when it was the boundary line between Texas and the Indian Nations, cattle drovers recognized it as one of the major milestones on the long route to the railroad and trail's end. Its 1,360 miles makes it second only to the Rio Grande in length among Texas rivers.
The Wichita River, part of the Red River watershed,
lies in north-central Texas. Rising in northeastern Knox County at the
confluence of its North and South Forks, the river flows 90 miles (140 km)
northeast across Baylor, Archer, Wichita, and Clay counties before joining the
Red River just west of Byers Bend in northern Clay County.