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Meeting new friends and trying new things are two great reasons kids love coming to camp! Have you paddled a canoe, ridden a horse or made a tie dyed shirt before? Campers participate in classes on a broad range of topics such as natural science, technology (GPS or Robots) and even cooking! 4-H camps take place at the Oregon 4-H Center in Salem and in local county based sites as well. Some camps have specific themes of interest to campers such as the Junior Wildlife Stewards Camp. So check it out and find the camp that is right for you. Which ever camp you pick- it will be the best thing you did all summer! Watch a video of the Oregon 4-H Center today!
2014 Camps held at the Oregon 4-H Center
More information to follow
Linn-Benton-Lincoln-Tillamook and Lane Counties Camp, June 20 - June 24, 2014. Camp starts on a Friday, and ends on a Tuesday this year. For youth from these counties who have completed 4th - 8th grade. Rustic and comfortable lodging at the 320 acre 4-H Center, and excellent meals and facilities. Recreation includes swimming, archery, adventure swing, canoeing, crafts and more. Educational hands-on classes, with natural resources focus.
Cost: $210, scholarships may be available through your county OSU Extension office.
Contact: Robin Galloway 541-967-3871.
International Elementary: July 7-12
4-H Wild West Camp, July 14 - July 19, 2014 for youth completing grades 4 - 7. 4-H membership not required. more information
This overnight camp is designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences like hiking, riding horses, crafts, canoeing, fishing, archery, swimming, natural science, digital photography, and more. Campers are placed with trained high school and college age counselors and supervised by 4-H Youth development staff. Youth participate in traditional campfire activites with songs, skits, smores & more.. Every camper will have a horse class at camp or choose the horse track where you will housed at the horse camp with more time to learn, care and ride the horses at camp (this track requires an additional $85 fee) . Horse track is $100 and is now full (3-26-14).
Cost: $225 if registered by June 16, $260 after
Contact: Mike Knutz 503-434-8913
Clackamas County 4-H Camp, July 21 - July 26, 2014
The Clackamas County 4-H Summer Camp offers youth in grades 4-8 an overnight, week-long camping experience each July. Spend the week living in cabins, learning about the environment, creating arts and crafts, and participating in archery, fishing, canoeing, swimming, singing, campfires, field games, horseback riding and much more FUN! Summer Camp provides young people the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, meet new friends, practice leadership skills, and teaches campers how to live cooperatively with others. Our camping program is directed by the Clackamas County 4-H Camp Committee and is held at the 4-H Youth Conference and Education Center near Salem. Campers from outside Clackamas County are welcome to attend and 4-H membership is not necessary. Cost: Early registration by June 15 - $249, after that $299. Scholarships application available upon request.
Contact: Kelly Redwine 503-655-8635
4-H Wildlife Stewards Camp, July 29 - August 2, 2014.
For Campers completing grades 3 - 6
Explore wildlife and the wonders of nature in an outdoor setting. Activities include fishing and aquatic habitats, wildlife tracking, nature crafts, bird watching, forestry, canoeing, campfires and more. Campers take new responsibilities, learn new skills and participate in a hands-on wildlife restoration project. 4-H membership not required. $295 before June 1, $345 after June 1. Scholarships may be available through your county office and a limited number of financial need scholarships are available through 4-H Wildlife Stewards.
Contact: Maureen Hosty, 503-916-6075
International Middle School (1st session): August 11-16
International Middle School (2nd session): August 19-23