In 1945 Frank and Josephine Duveneck turned their 1,600-acre wilderness preserve and organic farm into Hidden Villa Summer Camp. Ever since, Hidden Villa Summer Camp has been nurturing relationships between people of different cultural, religious, economic, and racial backgrounds, as well as strengthening their connections to the environment. We continue to inspire our campers with a sense for natural beauty, tools for multicultural community building, commitment to social justice, and confidence to make positive change in the world. Hidden Villa is much more than a traditional camp. Besides our celebration of diversity, our campers can also enjoy milking a cow, spinning wool from our sheep, harvesting fresh organic produce from our garden, as well as traditional camp activities of swimming, hiking, storytelling, or crafts.