Lake Williston offers 64 acres of fun and exploring on the water. Whether paddleboarding, kayaking or canoeing, you are sure to have a great time. Paddle across to Fire Island or up the little inlet stream and explore the natural wildlife. A trained facilitator is required and there is a small rental fee for the equipment.
Paddle boards are a great way to enhance balance and learn a new way to travel from one part of the lake to the other. In order to use them you must have a certified instructor who has small craft rescue skill certification and PFD's must be worn at all times. Reservations are required.
WATER CLIMBING POLE:
Test your climbing skills on the new climbing pole at the beach! The climbing pole is included as part of the swim area and must
be supervised by a certified lifeguard. Participant must be able to swim in deep water to use the climbing pole.
This activity is a great way to help girls increase their balance and participate in a fun, competitive and safe sport on the water. A certified instructor must be present at all times with small craft rescue skills. Life jackets must be worn at all times. This water sport and sign was donated as a Silver Award by Troop 209 GSCM. Reservations are required.
The 25' waterslide is a great new addition to Camp Todd’s waterfront area, located next to the boat house at the beach. It can be used in combination with the swimming area as well. You must have a certified lifeguard present as well as one additional spotter located at the top
of the slide. No reservation is necessary.