Camps

4-H camps promote positive youth development by engaging young people in a group living experience outdoors. Overnight camps involve at least one overnight stay away from home. Day camps are multiple-day experiences during which youth return home each evening.

Summer Camp

4-H camps promote positive youth development by engaging young people in a group living experience outdoors. Overnight camps involve at least one overnight stay away from home. Day camps are multiple-day experiences during which youth return home each evening.

June 20-23, 2017 at Camp Myrtlewood, Bridge, OR

Coos County 4-H partners with Douglas County 4-H to offer an overnight summer camp. Campers experience three and a half fun-filled days of learning about nature, making new friends and participating in hands-on outdoor summer activities including archery, swimming, arts and crafts, music, cooking, games and much more. This is an overnight summer camp held at Camp Myrtlewood in Bridge, where campers stay in rustic wood cabins with bunks. 

All youth completing grades 4 - 6 in Coos or Douglas county are welcome to sign up. However, space is limited to 65 campers and preference will be given to 4-H members. For more information, contact the 4-H Office.

Growin' Yer Grub Day Camp

August 2-3 in Coquille (Grades 2-3)

August 9-10 in Myrtle Point (Grades k-1)

The Growin’ Yer Grub summer day camp program is a fun adventure for kids who have just completed the grades listed above. Campers will learn about growing their own food and how to use it to create nutritious and tasty meals and snacks. It is a great way to learn connections between gardening and nutrition while having fun and making new friends. Camp fee is $35.

To register, complete the registration form (PDF) and return with payment to the 4-H Office.