Enchanted Hills Camp

Location: Napa, CA

Project Architect(s): Perkins Will

In 2017, wildfire destroyed many of the structures and over 700 trees at Enchanted Hills Camp, which has been serving blind children, youth, adults and their families in Napa since 1950. Overall, 20 structures, almost half of the buildings, were destroyed. The Enchanted Hills team is reimagining camp with full  ADA accessibility and blind design in mind as they engage in the rebuilding process. The camp is being built in phases so that portions can be used while others are under construction. Wright Contracting’s current phase includes new underground electric and water, including a 420 foot bore section. There will be new 12KV Medium Voltage Electrical distribution, new water tanks and a new parking lot with a 450W Photovoltaic System. A future phase will include construction of 11 cabins, 2 bath house buildings, and a 7,000 SF Commons Building that offers a gathering space with an indoor & outdoor kitchen, dining area and program space, deep in the most beautiful part of the camp, in the shade of the Redwoods. Read more about the camp and their rebuilding efforts here: https://lighthouse-sf.org/enchanted-hills/future/