Soda Creek is a rural subdivision 38 km north of Williams Lake in British Columbia, Canada. Located on the east bank of the Fraser River, Soda Creek was originally the home of the Xat'sull First Nation. Soda Creek Indian Reserve No. 1 is located on the left (E) bank of the Fraser River, one mile south of the Soda Creek BCR (CN) station, 431.10 ha. 52°19′00″N 122°16′00″WXat'sull means "on the cliff where the bubbling water comes out".European settlement began in the 1860s with the onset of the Cariboo Gold Rush and the building of the Old Cariboo Road.