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Clackamas County Youth Summer Camps
As of June 11, 2014, our girls' cabins and boys' cabins are full. We look forward to a great camp with a record-breaking number of campers!
The Clackamas County 4-H program offers youth in grades 4-8 an overnight, week-long camping experience each July. Summer Camp provides young people the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, meet new friends, practice leadership skills, and teaches campers how to live cooperatively with others. The camping program is directed by the Clackamas County 4-H Camp Committee and is held at the 4-H Youth Conference and Education Center near Salem. Campers from outside Clackamas County are welcome to attend.
Attending Summer Camp
Camper registration begins in early spring. Older youth who have completed grades 10-12 may apply to become a camp counselor. Counselor applicants receive more than 30 hours of leadership training prior to the camp experience. Counselor applications are usually available from the Extension office in January.
- Camp Scholarship Application - must also submit completed camp registration and health forms.
More information and online registration at www.CC4HSummerCamp.com
How You Can Help
Various camp scholarships are available for families that meet the criteria. If you would like to support our campers, please consider donating to our scholarship fund. Thank you to our 2013 sponsors!
Adult volunteers serve as camp staff and oversee the daily camp programs. We are happy to help you if you would like to join us!
Welcome to Camp! Click on the links below for everything your camper needs to know about what to bring to camp, how to get there, and more!
Cloverbud Day Camp
In 2014, two three-day camps, for youth who've completed grades K-3, will be offered Tuesday through Thursday, July 8-10 and July 22-24. Nutritious lunch and snacks are included. Activities include arts and crafts, nature hikes and stories, forestry, science, wildlife, general ecology and natural resource conservation. Transportation will be provided at no extra cost for the July 8-10 session from the Sandy Vista Apartments and from Molalla for the July 22-24 session. ContactJan Williams or Trisha White at 503-655-8635 for more information.