From top to bottom:
Bilk Creek- Kayak put-in, you could maybe get a small raft down.
Deep Creek- 1/2mi. below Bilk behind CDOT maint. shed, trailer accessible.
Silverpick- 3ish mi. further down. Not sure about this. It's not commonly used.
These upper put-ins mean that you're running Sawpit rapid. 700cfs is my cut off for this in a raft.
Down Vally Park- Above Placerville, below Fall creek. Trailer accessible. Not much of an eddy.
Placerville- Trailer accessible, no eddy, gravel bar.
From Placerville to Specie the river becomes braided and shallow. Lots of wood but, passable IF you choose the proper channel.
Caddis Flats- Trailer accessible. Most developed of the put-ins. Limited camping.
Specie- 1mi. below Caddis, Trailer accessible.
Upper Beaver- Trailer accessible, easy take out to miss. Good thing that there is...
Lower Beaver- 1/4 mi. below UB, trailer accessible.
Below LB is the Norwood canyon. The river and road part ways. This is a trecherous section, not for the faint of heart (search Wayward Boatman).
The next take out is Ledges Recreation area, Trailer accessible. It's 3+hrs. from the Beavers.
Pinion Bridge is 2mi. below that and is your final take-out. Don't go past it. It's a steep, short carry to your trailer.
Caddis or Specie to Beaver is the go-to 1/2 day run. 1.5hrs.
Upper is pretty spicy class 2/3 with a class 4 swim.
Norwood canyon is more mellow but has big fun surf waves in the Ledges area (mostly below Ledges take-out).