2018 Camp Dates and Info

Today, July 14, 2018 at HHC, after all the campers had left, the barn caught fire and burned to the ground. There were no losses, other than material and everyone is okay.  The cause of the fire is unknown at this time.

Camp will continue to run as normal tomorrow, with same drop-off times at 3pm.

We appreciate everyone that has contacted us and shown their support. Everyone is fine, and for that we are very thankful and blessed.

May your friendships be loyal and true.




Weeks for camp are filling very fast!  Please check with Friendly House (419-522-0521) first to see if there is availability for your child.

Week 1: July 1-7     Color War (Red, White, and Blue) — THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR GIRLS AS OF 4/27/18

Week 2: July 8-14     Space Day — THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AS OF 4/20/18

Week 3: July 15-21     Medieval Times Day — THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AS OF 4/20/18

Week 4: July 22-28     Cartoons and Comics Day  THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS AS OF 4/18/18

Week 5: July 29-August 4     Blast from the Past Day — THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR GIRLS AS OF 4/21/18

Week 6: August 5-11     NO SPECIAL DAY (ages 10-15 ONLY) — THIS WEEK IS FULL FOR BOYS AS OF 4/21/18

Jr. Camp: August 12-14, ages 6-8 and have not attended camp before

Cost for camp is $300 per week/per child.  Jr. Camp is $125 per child.  

The Hidden Hollow Open House will be on Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 2-4pm.  This event will be rain or shine.  All families are welcomed to attend and take a tour of the grounds and get your questions answered by HHC staff!  There is no RSVP.

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Hidden Hollow Camp is a traditional, co-educational resident camp for any boy or girl, ages 8-15.  We also run a three-day/two night Jr. Camp program for children ages 6-8.

The camp consists of 572 acres of streams, woods, and scenic hills in the Possum Run Valley away from traveled roads. Sky High Lodge, located on the uppermost hill, provides one of the most panoramic views in Richland County.  Rustic cabins are the summer homes of campers. The cabins are located in two camps – one for the boys and one for the girls. In addition to the 12 log-sided cabins, there are two dorm-sized cabins that house their own restroom facilities. There are restrooms and washing facilities in both camps. A swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball court, craft hall, playhouse, horse paddock, archery range, two ponds and an astronomy observatory are all scenically located within the camp grounds




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