To provide a fun and safe environment, where campers will grow more confident, build compassion and character, and aspire to secure these values for a better community.
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The 4-H Wild West Camp is held at the Oregon 4-H Center just 7 miles northwest of Salem. To learn more about the 4-H center facilities, including maps, check out their website at: 4-H Center website.
WILD WEST CAMP, Monday-Saturday: July 14-19, 2014
The 4-H Wild West Camp is open to all youth completing grades 4-7 (need not be a 4-H member). This overnight camp is designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences like hiking, riding horses, canoeing, fishing, archery, swimming, natural science, digital photography, crafts, and more. Campers are placed with trained high school age 4-H counselors and supervised by 4-H youth development staff. Youth participate in traditional campfire activities with songs, skits, s'mores and more.
Cost is $225 per camper if registered by June 16, 2014. ($35 late fee after June 16).
Online credit card payment option. (Must still complete the camper registration & waiver form below)
Horse Track for the 2014 Camp is FULL. Although all campers have one horse riding class, campers in horse track get a class every day and stay in the bunkhouses at Horse Camp. Space is limited; This year it filled up on the first day in March.
Wild West Camp Registration Forms (4 pages)
Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or Faxed to: 503-472-3054
GOT Camp is a project of two of our Senior Counselors (Scotty & Skills). The camp is designed to provide some counselor-in-training for those youth entering grades 8 & 9 who may be interested in serving as a Camp Counselor in the future. And of course, if you know Scotty and Skills, be assured that there will be a lot of creative and fun camp activities in addition to training. The cost of the Camp is $100 if paid/registered by August 15th.
The 4-H G.O.T. Camp is held at the Oregon 4-H Center just 7 miles northwest of Salem. We will be roughing it in the Bunkhouses down at Horse Camp. To learn more about the 4-H center facilities, including maps, check out their website at: 4-H Center website.
Camp Medication Permission Form (bring to camp)