|Native name||Arroyo de Jacelitos|
|⁃ location||0.6 miles north of Andrews Peak, in the Diablo Range., Fresno County|
|flows east-northeast to Los Gatos Creek, 2.6 miles south of Coalinga Nose., Fresno County|
|548 ft (167 m)|
Its source is 0.96 km (0.6 mi) north of Andrews Peak, in the Diablo Range. From there it runs east then northeast between the Jacalitos Hills and the Kreyenhagen Hills, then passes across Pleasant Valley to its confluence with Los Gatos Creek 4.2 km (2.6 mi) south of Coalinga Nose.
Jacalitos Creek, originally known as El Arroyo de Jacelitos, it was the location of watering places on El Camino Viejo, between Los Gatos Creek to the north and Zapato Chino Creek to the south. Jacalitos is derived from a Spanish word meaning "little wigwams".
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Jacalitos Creek
- William N. Abeloe, Mildred Brooke Hoover, H. E. Rensch, E. G. Rensch, Historic spots in California, 3rd Edition, Stanford University Press, Stanford, 1966, p. 89
- Schrader, Frank Charles (1909). Mineral Deposits of the Cerbat Range, Black Mountains, and Grand Wash Cliffs, Mohave County, Arizona. U.S. Government Printing Office. p. 22.