Youth age 9-14 will spend the week living in cabins, learning about the environment, creating arts and crafts, and participating in archery, fishing, canoeing, swimming, morning sing, campfire, field games, and much more FUN!
Lifelong friends are made in an atmosphere where everyone is important.
Campers will enjoy:
Acres of mature forest
Solar-heated Swimming Pool
Canoeing and Fishing
Scenic nature trails
Field Games and Hiking
Arts and Crafts
Campfire, skits and singing
Cozy cabins ...at the 4-H Center, outside of Salem
Families who would like assistance with Camp costs can print and fill out this form to include with registration forms. This request, along with a $50 payment, must be received by June 1 for any opportunity for consideration.
Available through partnerships with OSU Extension, Clackamas County 4-H and local farmers
The Youth Tractor Certification Course is a 22-hour program designed to teach safety as it relates to driving and managing farm implements. It offers both classroom and hands-on tractor driving experiences, for youth ages 14-17 who are interested in summer employment opportunities in the upcoming agricultural season.
Classes held twice yearly in the Spring a North Willamette Research Extension Center in Aurora.
At the 4-H Center we are always striving to do “more with less”. Many tools and devices are needed to help our staff stretch our resources while still serving our kids and clients in the best way possible. Creating a place for kids to grow is always our goal. If you would like to help meet our 4-H Center goals and mission, a few things listed here will help.
Nestled in the Eola Hills and just 8 miles away from downtown Salem, the Oregon 4-H Center has been offering educational, camping, and conference services since 1968. Please check out this resource for facility pictures and reservation details.