The Eppley Institute will be working with IU School of Public Health professor Rasul Mowatt to complete an ethnographic overview and assessment of Camp Mueller at Cuyahoga Valley National Park. One of only four African-American-owned-and-operated residential camps in the US, Camp Mueller was an interracial camp established in 1939 by the Phyllis Wheatley Association. The camp is located in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and its main purpose is to provide recreational activities for inner-city children in the Cleveland area. Today, the camp is located within Cuyahoga Valley National Park on a private inholding protected by a conservation easement intended to promote, perpetuate, and preserve Camp Mueller’s character and to preserve the historic, scenic, natural, and recreational values integral to the park’s mission. This project is to complete an NPS Ethnographic Overview and Assessment (EOA), which is a comprehensive study of types, uses, and users of ethnographic resources, in this case Camp Mueller and the associated area in CUVA.