Registration per camp: $35 Earlybird: $25 by June 10th ($60 Family Maximum)
Scholarships may be available, see form below.
We are seeking older youth to help as counselors.
Camps are open to all. You do not need to be enrolled in 4-H to attend.
2016 Dates TBD
Focus on Homeschool Grades 5th - 8th
Dr. Michael Thompson, author of Homesick and Happy, and 100-year old charity Moorelands share reasons why summer camp can be life-changing Link to article...
When 4-H alumni reminisce, they invariably point to 4-H camp, if they attended, as one of the highlights of their lives.
“For many, it was their first time away from home,” Tassin said. “They had to learn to make new friends and to try new things. They had to learn teamwork skills.”
In a survey of former campers and their parents, Tassin found tangible evidence of the value of the camping experience:
For the campers
For the campers’ parents
“Camping is a unique learning opportunity,” Tassin said. “At 4-H camp we offer a nurturing, caring environment where everybody gets the chance to have fun and learn something new.”