Campsites and Facilities at the Valley


There are 15 different campsites at the Valley for troops to stay in. Scouts will spend their week living in canvas tents on wooden platforms that contain canvas cots. Campsites have been outfitted with picnic tables and dining tarps. Each campsite also has a new latrine with running water, private stalls, indirect lighting, and a washstand.

The Valley also has two centrally located shower facilities, each providing hot water and electricity. The shower facilities are divided into sections for Scouts under age 18, leaders over age 18, women, and handicap facilities are available.

Dining at Hidden Valley

The Valley's most recent and largest addition is the dining hall built in 1997. This facility is able to serve 500 people in one sitting and comes complete with a new menu serving tons of great meals hot every day. All meals are served family style.



Patrol Cooking: The option of patrol cooking in the campsites is available on a limited basis. Some cooking equipment is available through the camp, however troops are encouraged to bring their own equipment. Menus can be developed from food supplies available at camp. Units must submit inquires with the camp director for more information and guidelines.


Trading Post


Hidden Valley keeps its trading post stocked with all the supplies you may need during your stay at camp. Some of these include batteries, merit badge pamphlets, camping equipment, craft supplies, and more. The trading post also carries a wide variety of souvenirs, candy, soda, patches, T-shirts, and anything else you may be looking for.

Health Services


Hidden Valley is equipped with a health lodge staffed by a resident nurse and EMT who provide competent care for illness and injuries. A nonresident physician is on call at all times and local hospitals are available for campers needing additional attention.