4-H Camps

 

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.

Wild West CAMP July 13-18, 2015

Questions contact mike.knutz@oregonstate.edu

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.   It 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 is open to 6th & 7th graders.   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; Last year it filled up on the first day in  March.  

Wild West Camp Registration Forms (4 pages)

Wild West Camp Flyer

Wild West Camp Schedule 2014

Wild West Camp Parent Information

What to bring to camp

 Email to:  mike.knutz@oregonstate.edu or Faxed to:  503-472-3054

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