06.11.2017 – 06.15.2017 : 4-H Summer Camp
June 11 - June 15$315
Register your child(ren) for 4-H Summer Camp – Online Registration link: https://goo.gl/Cx1Xxu Registration deadline is April 3, 2017.
Camp registration fees are all inclusive: lodging, meals, snacks, camp activities/classes, camp t-shirt, insurance, and round trip transportation by charter bus.
Cloverbud “Minion” Camp: youth ages 5-8 will spend three days and two nights with a parent, grandparent, or guardian engaging in crafts and outdoor exploration geared for this young age group. $215 per person
I-Camp (Intermediate Camp): youth ages 12 & 13 will camp out in tents, cook meals over an open fire, and focus on teamwork and leadership skill building. Activities include the high ropes challenge course, white water rafting, and hiking on the Appalachian Trail. This camp is limited to 20 youth, so register early for a spot! $315 per person
Jr. 4-H Camp: this traditional camp is designed primarily for youth between the ages of 9 – 13 (as of September 30, 2017). Older youth may attend Jr. Camp as teen counselors or counselors in training (CIT). Counselors and CITs must apply and training is provided. $315 per person
We are accepting applications for Adult Volunteers, who attend camp free of charge. Please notify our office if you are interested in coming as an Adult Volunteer. Must be 19+ to be considered.
In today’s busy, electronically stimulated world, youth need a safe “time-out” to simply relax and have fun. However, camp is much more than a vacation or a place to enjoy nature—it is also a place to learn, to grow, and to develop life skills.
Camping is one of the most valuable learning experiences a youngster can have. Boys and girls learn to appreciate the wonders and the majesty of the outdoors with others their own age. Camping offers: group living, learning to get along with others, opportunity to acquire new skills, get to know people with interests different from their own and the opportunity to make lasting friendships.
4-H Camp offers your child a fun, safe, and challenging experience. Top priority is given to the health, safety and welfare of each camper. The Center has a resident staff that is trained in areas such as: swimming instruction, canoeing, shooting education, recreation, first aid and youth development.
Adult volunteers, teen counselors, counselors-in-training and Extension personnel from Caroline and King George Counties attend to help supervise campers and coordinate group activities.