Hidden Valley is a Third- Generation, Family-Owned and Operated, active retirement community, for residents 55 years or older.
Our beautiful community is located in Volusia County, Florida, and is the perfect combination of affordable manufactured homes, coupled with an active senior mobile home community. It is important to let you know that we do not allow pets in the park.
Richard and Jeane Schuler started construction on Hidden Valley in 1957 and did almost everything themselves. Richard graduated from Penn-State University with a Forestry degree. This degree equipped him with the skills needed to survey, lay out, and build the community. Jeane graduated from Stetson as a music major and is our best resident relations specialist. Richard taught school by day and worked in the Park on evenings and weekends. Their two children, Mark and Deanna, were raised in the Park and have many fond memories of life centered around social interaction with their many, many grandparents. They also have not such fond memories of digging up water lines on countless holidays. Mark is now our grounds supervisor and wastewater manager, while Deanna works with the Park finances. Micah, Richard and Jeane’s Grandson, graduated from Stetson University with a Business Administration degree. He now works alongside his grandparents to one day manage the community with Deanna and Mark’s support & guidance. Deanna, Mark, Richard, Jeane, and Micah all hold a degree from our local Deland Stetson University. Our active senior retirement community is located in gorgeous DeLeon Springs, just minutes away from historic DeLand, Florida. Residents enjoy a quiet, natural, country setting with access to the many treasures of Volusia County, like gourmet restaurants, state and national parks, lively downtown districts, beaches, golf courses, and more. Our northwest Volusia County location in Central Florida is about 25 minutes away from Daytona and New Smyrna Beach and 45 miles north of the bustle of Orlando.
2019 Consumer Confidence Report – Quality of Drinking Water at Hidden Valley Park – Click Here