Location & Setting

Camp village and farm

Our location has been described by many as breathtaking. Our campus is situated at 3000 feet elevation in the Allegheny Mountains, which form the border between Virginia and West Virginia.  Our 250-acre property is ideal for hiking, exploring, viewing wildlife (bald eagles, herons, and white-tailed deer to name a few), and visiting the friendly sheep and goats on our working farm.

Over the years as we have added to our campus we have been extremely mindful to maintain our tranquil setting. As you follow the trail through the riverside meadows and across the bridge you come to our “camp village.” Here you will find our office, health center, dining lodge, cabins, art center, and a host of recreational and training facilities such as our sports fields, basketball court, bike skills park, equestrian arena, pond, climbing wall, challenges course, swimming pool and more.   

The National Forest and adventures outside of camp

Several of our activities such as rock climbing, caving, and backpacking take place outside of camp. Surrounded by National Forest lands, we are fortunate in that our location allows us easy access to some of the more notable recreational areas on the east coast. Tremendous opportunities abound for world-class rock climbing, backpacking, and biking.

Snowshoe Mountain Resort

With three unique areas, 60+ trails and glades, five terrain parks, night skiing, and activities like snowmobiling, tubing, and backcountry adventuring, Snowshoe is hands down the best winter recreation area in the Mid-Atlantic. Mother Nature and the Mid-Atlantic’s Most Powerful Fleet of Snow Makers is why Snowshoe is your safest bet for the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast’s best ski conditions.

Camp Hidden Meadows Map

Explore Camp Hidden Meadows

Our location has been described by many as breathtaking. Beyond the camp village is where much of the magic takes place amongst the meadows and endless forest. Savoring a freshly picked carrot from our gardens or taking in the view from the high meadows on a mountain board run are long remembered. It is here where the fundamental joy of being a kid is all the excitement that is needed.

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