Hidden Villa hosts many fun and educational weekend and weekday classes, farm tours, workshops and events for all ages. Visit our Public Programs page for detailed information.
School Programs (Preschool through 6th Grade)
Schools are encouraged to schedule guided field trips that explore our farm and wilderness areas. Schools who visit our site are also welcome to use our Online Curriculum to augment their experience through pre-visit and post-visit lesson plans that meet California State Academic Standards. Older youth can participate in our Youth Development programs. Visit our Preschool to 6th Grade and our 7th –12th Grade School Programs pages fore detailed information.
Our Summer Camps offer a wide variety of residential and day camps for youth entering 1st through 12th grade. Visit our Summer Camp page for detailed information.
Hiking and Walking
Over 8 miles of hiking trails provide access to our farm and wilderness areas. Trails vary in difficulty and length so beginners and advanced hikers are welcome. If you are looking for longer hikes, our trails connect seamlessly with the Rancho San Antonio trail system. View our trail and ranch maps. Hiking groups with more than 10 participants should either contact our Public Programs to set up a private tour or need to contact Rentals at least one week in advance of your visit.
Volunteering at Hidden Villa is a great way to make a meaningful impact in our organization and the people we serve. Volunteers come as individuals, families, or even as large groups. Typical volunteer activities include helping with guiding tours, organic farming, gardening, horticultural projects, trail maintenance and administrative work. Visit our Volunteer page for detailed information.
Community Supported Agriculture
CSA shareholders receive weekly baskets of our fresh, sustainably grown food for a fixed annual fee throughout the season (mid-May through Thanksgiving). Take a peek at our Produce Distribution for more details.
Rent a Facility
If you are looking for an incredible place to host a retreat, offsite meeting, birthday party, family gathering, or picnic, consider renting one of Hidden Villa’s unique facilities. Visit our Rentals page for more information about The Hostel, Dana Center, Duveneck House, and our various picnic sites.
Even if you are not attending one of our wonderful programs, Hidden Villa is a great place to visit on your own or with friends and family. Whether you are strolling through our education garden, observing our farm animals, eating a no-garbage picnic, or hiking our trails, there is something for everyone at Hidden Villa.
Before You Visit