Nameless Valley Ranch (NVR) was the camp property located outside of Jonestown, Texas, USA, and Cedar Park, Texas, owned by the Texas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists from about 1979 to 2007. NVR was roughly 927 acres (3.75 km2) in size and was originally purchased to not only be a youth camp but to also be an Adventist academy. The camp was the location of the novel Adventure at Nameless Valley Ranch by Sharon R. Todd, published in 1981 by Review and Herald. It was sold to a developer in 2007 and was replaced by the new property on Lake Whitney, west of Hillsboro, Texas.
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