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Garden

Campers enjoy harvesting vegetables and caring for the friendly animals that live at our farm.

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Pool

Pool

Swimming lessons and free swim time are available at our unique wood-heated swimming pool.

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Climbing Tower

On site climbing options include our outdoor tower, and indoor climbing/bouldering barn.

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High Ropes Course

Tree-shaded course with a variety of high adventure challenges culminating in a thrilling zip line ride.

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Cabins

Parents and campers rave about our comfortable, well-equipped cabins. No need for air conditioning with our cool mountain temperatures.

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Cabins

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Parents and campers rave about our comfortable, well-equipped cabins. No need for air conditioning with our cool mountain temperatures.

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Dining Hall

Dining Room

Our spacious dining facility hosts delicious family-style meals and includes a stage for drama productions and more.

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Cabins

Parents and campers rave about our comfortable, well-equipped cabins. No need for air conditioning with our cool mountain temperatures.

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Art Village

Art

Indoor and outdoor space for painting, sketching, ceramics, and more creative arts.

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Horse Ring

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Two arenas for English riding lessons and horse care classes.

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Archery

Archery

Learn America’s fastest growing sport with quality equipment and knowledgeable instructors.

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Campfire

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Nothing closes out a week of camp like our fun and reflective campfire events.

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Mountain Boarding

A cross between skateboarding and snowboarding, mountain boards offer adventure and some of camp’s best views.

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Pond

Freshwater pond for swimming, relaxing, and enjoying our waterslide.

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Big Zipline

Zipline

Our 1000 foot long zip line offers a ride like no other over the river (and rooftops) and through the woods.

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Stream


The East Fork of the Greenbrier River winds its way through camp, offering endless opportunities for fishing, relaxation, and exploration.

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Fishing


Our well stocked trout stream is a popular spot for fly fishing and spin cast fishing.

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Setting

Nestled in the Allegheny Mountains and bordering the Monongahela National Forest, Camp Hidden Meadows provides a serene oasis where campers explore and grow.

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Backpacking

Our location is a launching point for outdoor adventures, including overnight backpacking trips in scenic areas.

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Out of Camp Trips

Adventures beyond our camp borders are included at no additional fee. Options include: Whitewater Rafting, Zip Line Canopy Tour, Via Ferrata, Seneca Rocks Climbing, Rail Trail Mountain Bike Trip,National Radio Astronomy Observatory Trip, Lake Buffalo Excursion, Backpacking Expeditions.

Facilities

Our location has been described by many as breathtaking. 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 hall, cabins, art village, and a host of recreational facilities such as our sports fields, basketball court, bike shop, pond, climbing walls, challenge course, heated swimming pool, horse arenas, hiking trails, zip lines, ropes course, and more.

We take great care to provide a warm and welcoming home away from home for our campers. Campers spend each night in comfortable cabins unless they are camping out on one of our popular backpacking expeditions. Toilet and shower facilities are either located adjacent in a separate building or contained in the cabin. Showers include a private changing area

Area Attractions

Camp Hidden Meadows is located in the Allegheny Mountains, which form the Virginia-West Virginia border. 250 acres of field, woodland, pond, trout stream, and farmland compose our setting. Surrounded by the Monongahela and George Washington National Forests our beautiful location allows us to offer memorable experiences in pristine wilderness areas. Nestled in a valley at an elevation of 3000 feet, the Allegheny Mountains offer some of the most enjoyable summertime temperatures in the eastern United States.

Several of our activities such as rock climbing, backpacking, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and whitewater rafting take place outside of camp. Surrounded by National Forest lands, we are fortunate to have easy access to some of the most notable recreational areas on the East Coast. Tremendous opportunities abound for world class rock climbing at Seneca Rocks, backpacking to mountain vistas, biking the West Fork Greenbrier Rail Trail, and rafting in the New River Gorge.

Shuttle Info

Many campers choose to drive to camp and take in the picturesque setting and atmosphere that surrounds them. Click here to download driving directions. For those that require transportation we offer the following options:

Ground Shuttle: We offer transportation to and from Camp Hidden Meadows with a drop-off location in the D.C. area. You may choose to use this both ways or one direction. For example many families drop off their child at camp and use the shuttle for the return ride home. Shuttles leave for camp each Sunday at noon and return each Saturday afternoon.

Airport Shuttle: We provide airport pick-up and drop-off transportation utilizing Washington Dulles Airport. Our staff will accompany your child and wait in the airport as needed until the return flight has departed.

Washington D.C – 3.5 hours
Charlottesville,VA – 2 hours
Best Summer Ever – right here