Welcome to our Summer Camping Season for 2022. We are looking forward to opening for our 76th year of camping at Hidden Valley 4-H Camp for Residential and Day Camp. Since 1945, Hidden Valley 4-H Camp has provided the experience of a lifetime to children from the Finger Lakes region and beyond. The Camp is open to all youth ages 6-16, not just 4-H members. We are proud to celebrate 76 years of Hidden Valley Camp in 2022!
Any camper staying for Resident camp must be 8 years of age by the time they attend camp, and for Day Campers, we need all campers to be at least age 6 by the date they are attending.
Camp sessions for 8-16 year old's run from Sunday to Friday. We also offer Day Camp for young people who aren’t ready to stay overnight. Campers ages 6-7 attend Cloverbud Camp, which is a day camp.
Master Camps for ages 12-16, with themes such as Music, Backpacking, and Culinary Arts.
We strive to make Camp exciting, rewarding and affordable. A limited number of scholarships are available based on financial need.
Children who go to Camp gain confidence, learn cooperation, develop new skills, and make lifelong friends. Come join us!
At Hidden Valley 4-H Camp, we prioritize the creation of a safe, inclusive space for all campers to feel welcome, respected, supported, affirmed, and valued for who they are. Our camp space is welcoming to people from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and perspectives. Displaying our NYS 4-H Safe Space logo at camp is a sign of our commitment to nurturing a safe environment for all camp staff, campers, and families. We demonstrate our commitment to D/E/I through our hiring practices, intentional staff training on D/E/I training topics, inclusive language in our forms and at camp, along with our programming. Hidden Valley 4-H camp strives towards providing a safe space and place where all campers and staff feel that they belong.
Diversity includes, but is not limited to race, color, religion, political beliefs, national or ethnic origin, immigration status, sexual orientation, age, marital or family status, education level, learning style, socioeconomic status, physical appearance, body size, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.
Learn about job opportunities that are available for the 2021 camp season!
Last updated February 18, 2022