Echo Valley facilities are not available May through mid-August.
Cell phones do not work in the Canyon. Long-distance calls may be made with calling cards from available guest phone.
288 total beds (Cabins are heated but not air-conditioned)
|1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8||Sixteen beds each (8upper and 8 lower bunks) with bathrooms that have two lavatories, two commodes, and two showers|
|2||Four beds (2 upper and 2 lower bunks) and a bathroom with shower|
|5a||Two beds (1 upper and 1 lower bunk) and a bathroom with shower|
|6||Sixteen beds (8 upper and 8 lower bunks) with two bathrooms, each with one commode, one shower, and two lavatories. One bathroom is ADA accessible.|
|A – H||Fourteen beds each (7 upper and 7 lower bunks) and bathrooms with two lavatories, one commode, and one shower. Cabins B and C are ADA accessible.|
|I and J||Twenty beds each (10 upper and 10 lower bunks) and bathrooms with two lavatories, two commodes, and two showers|
|K and L||Four beds (2 upper and 2 lower bunks) in each cabin. The two cabins share a bathroom/shower.|
|M and N||Four beds (2 upper and 2 lower bunks) in each cabin. The two cabins share a bathroom/shower.|
|Headquarters||Separate building has a small office, infirmary, and sleeping quarters with two beds (1 upper and 1 lower bunk and private bathroom with shower) for a nurse or health-care provider. These rooms are air-conditioned.|
The kitchen has a commercial LP gas range (eight burners, two conventional ovens, and a grill), a double LP gas convection oven, a holding oven, a large pantry, a reach-in refrigerator, a walk-in refrigerator, a walk-in freezer, an ice machine, and a commercial mixer. A dishwashing machine is available as well as a three-well sink for scrubbing pots and pans.The kitchen is supplied with plates, cups, bowls, tumblers, flatware, and serving pieces. A steam table/serving counter accommodates cafeteria-style serving. Food preparation utensils and containers are well-stocked, including large spoons, forks, ladles, spatulas, tongs, sharp knives, large bowls, sheet pans, roasting pans, a coffee maker, pitchers, muffin pans, funnels, strainer/colander, whisk, etc.
- Please do not use disposable products such as paper plates, plastic cups, tableware, etc.
- Plan to bring all consumable goods such as paper towels, toilet paper, trash bags, dish towels, soap, cleaning supplies, etc.
- Please plan to haul your garbage to a dumpster located on the property.
- BBQ barrels are available, but you must bring your own charcoal, firewood, and starter.
Inside dining is available at round tables in the Ranch House. This enclosed dining space doubles as a meeting area. The inside dining area is heated but not air-conditioned.
The covered open-air patio can also be used for dining or activities.
The Frog Sullivan Pavilion seats 300 for covered, open-air meetings, worship, skits, and presentations.
At the primary waterfront area, the water is quiet, but deep and safe only for competent swimmers. “Pebble Beach,” a short distance upstream, gradually slopes to water about four feet deep. The shallows there are suitable for wading.
- A certified lifeguard must supervise all waterfront activity.
- While fishing, please observe our “catch and release” policy.
- Canoes are available. Personal flotation devices are furnished and must be worn in the canoes.
- Two tennis courts, a basketball court, two sand volleyball courts, a softball diamond, a playing field, and a frisbee golf course are available. You must provide your own sports equipment.
- An outdoor pavilion for activities is available.
- Hiking trails are nearby.
- A campfire ring is located near the river adjacent to the Ranch House. Please bring your own firewood.