Pebble Beach (adjacent to Echo Valley)
During LLYC, this waterfront offers a water slide, glacier, designated swim area, and several canoes. This site has ladders and a concrete ledge.
This is a zero-depth sloped waterfront that reaches about 4 feet in depth. This site is often used for kayaking during the school year. During summer sessions, Singing Hills uses Pebble Beach for Swim Time and lunch. There are no designated swim ropes at this waterfront.
Windsong waterfront is used mainly by Foundation Camps throughout the entire year. It is equipped with several canoes and a designated swim area. The river winds narrowly along the back deck of the campsite, allowing for a shady respite.
Singing Hills Shallow End (Below SH Dams)
As one of the most active waterfronts during LLYC, Singing Hills is equipped with canoes, Stand-Up Paddleboards (SUPs), a water zip-line, a water slide, a glacier, and a designated swim area. Most of this waterfront ranges around 8-9 feet in depth and has some of the clearest water on property.
This waterfront is very popular for small groups wanting to relax and spend time in the water. It is marked with a designated swim rope, at a depth of about 3 feet. Often a popular spot for Cabin Activity during LLYC, this waterfront does not disappoint.
Frequented by small groups, Crazy Horse is a rocky narrow section of the river. It is a favorite spot due to its unique character. There is a ladder, but the swim area is not marked by ropes. This waterfront is also used for fishing activities by LLFC.
This waterfront features a dock, a floating dock, kayaks, and 9 SUPs. This section of the river features stunning Canyon vistas and a picturesque view over the nearby dam.
Family Circle is frequently used for kayak and SUP programming, located between Laity Lodge and Linnet’s Wings waterfronts. There is no designated swim area for this site.
This waterfront is marked by a floating dock and a designated swim area. Canoes are also available at this waterfront. There is a section of the river that is more shallow at the upriver side of the camp near the dam. Linnet’s Wings has a central ladder and several rock shelves for spectators.
Blue Hole Preserve
Headwaters waterfront is primarily used by LLFC and Foundation Camps. This waterfront was created with young children in mind and includes 3 small pools that get deeper with each descent. This waterfront also features a speed slide that is always a favorite. In addition, there are several watercraft to choose from including canoes, kayaks, and SUPs. There is a designated swim area here.
Echo Valley Entrance
Blue Hole is often considered the crown jewel of the property. Known for its pristine blue water, deep sections, and remarkable Canyon vistas, this site also features a very popular jump. There are no boundary ropes at this site.
Singing Hills Lower Dam Overflow
The roadside entry to Echo Valley is a great place for campers to wade and splash in shallower water. There is no designated swim area.
Laity Lodge Dam Overflow
This waterfront features a shallow play area with an abundance of easily visible marine wildlife. There is no designated swim area.
This wooded and shady overflow is a shallow play area with pavers. There is no designated swim area.
Located on the Canyon side of the road, this is a great spot to experience a waterfall-like rush of water through the river. Mostly shallow, this section does not have a designated swim area.