The Friends of Hidden Valley help maintain and preserve the camp through their goals: 1)to seek and encourage gifts of time, by organizing workdays 2)to identify resources and services for special projects, through grants and community outreach 3) to promote the usefulness of the camp to the community, through Open Houses and exhibits at events 4) to ensure the passage of a wildlife area to future generations, through the creation of an Endowment Fund. FHV also encourages stewardship of the land by Girl Scouts with scholarships and incentive awards, and has created "Habitat Discovery" kits for youth to learn about and experience the woods, streams, wetland, and prairie. br />
The mission of the Friends of Hidden Valley is to provide support for Hidden Valley Camp through gifts of time, money, endowments and tangible items. idden Valley Camp was created in 1956 for the use of local Girl Scouts, and is owned and managed by the Lawrence Hidden Valley Committee, inc., whose mission is to provide supplemental support for Douglas County Girl Scouts. Other Douglas County youth organizations may also use the camp by reservation.