Camps at Other Facilities

4-H Camp Tumbleweed, Tuesday, March 27th - Friday, March 30th, 2018
Camp Tumbleweed is an annual Spring Break camp at beautiful Camp Tadmor, located outside of Sweet Home, Oregon. The camp is put on by the Central Oregon 4-H Staff and a group of 4-H Teen Counselors. It is open to 4th-6th grade students across Oregon. If you are not a 4-H member, you may still attend, signing up will be a part of the registration process.
While there, campers participate in a variety of events including: Hands-on Learning Workshops, Leadership Activities, Recreation Time (Giant Swing, 5 Acre Pond, Low Ropes Course, Shooting Sports),
Large Community Service Project. Relationship Building, So Much More

2018 Camp Tumbleweed Dates: Tuesday, March 27th - Friday, March 30th, 2018
Registration Opens: Thursday, February 1st, 2018   CLOSES: Friday, March 9th, 2018
COST: Early Bird Registration (February 1st - February 14th) = $190
Normal Registration (February 15th- March 9th) = $200

Camp Counselor Application -----
Due no later than Monday, December 4, 2017

TO REGISTER CLICK THE LINK BELOW:
Camp Tumbleweed Registration
Limited number of spots are available, scholarships are available.
Have questions: Feel free to email Jon Gandy or Katie Ralls.

 

Columbia County 4-H Summer Camp, June 17 – 20, 2018   This 4 day 3 night resident camp is held at Camp Kiwanilong on the North Coast of Oregon and is open to youth who have completed 4-7th grades.  The camp is designed around a Traditional Camp experience with modern concepts. Youth participate in educational programs which can include Science and Technology, field games, archery, nature hikes, wildlife programs and canoeing. Campers also have opportunity to swim and make camp crafts. Campers and counselors participate in an organized camp fire program every evening.  
Columbia County residents have first priority to attend. Contact Columbia County Extension for more information 503-397-3462. This camp has filled up in past years, so don’t delay getting the information.

 

Sherman County 4-H Camp, June 20-22, 2018
For Sherman County youth grades 4th-6th
Camp Morrow facility on Pine Hollow Reservoir near Wamic, Oregon
Tuesday June 19 (staff and CITs arrive).  Campers will arrive Wednesday June 20 and depart Friday June 22.
 
This is our second Sherman County only 4-H camp, and we are expecting a small group of perhaps 30-35 energetic local campers in grades 4th-6th.  There will be one large boys cabin and one large girls cabin, with adult staff and teen Counselors-in-Training.  2018 Sherman County 4-H Camp will have a natural resources focus, with classes including archery, arts and crafts, and dreamboat activities all echoing this theme.  Campers will prepare meals with various outdoor cooking techniques, with side dishes prepared using OSU Food Hero recipes in the camp kitchen.  Campers will enjoy swimming and boating on the waterfront; exploring the creek and trails near camp; all-camp activities including field games, competitions and capture-the-flag, with a party the last evening.  Friday morning of camp will include target-based paintball and closing ceremonies.   

Cost is $110, with limited financial assistance available by request from the Sherman County 4-H Association or Sherman County Lions Club.
Contact: Cindy Brown P: 541-565-3230 | C: 541-993-5291
Cindy.Brown@oregonstate.edu
extension.oregonstate.edu/sherman

 

Natural Resource Camp, June 25th - 29th
For youth completing grades 6th-8th
Held at Lake Creek Youth Camp
Open for Statewide Application

Four and a half fun filled days of interacting with our natural surroundings in beautiful Logan Valley. Class consist of tree falling, riparian health and in-stream habitat, wildlife habitat, biodiversity, archery, rangeland management, leather craft, wilderness survival, bird watching, star gazing, nature photography, Fly tying, and more. Enjoy the great outdoors while learning about Oregon’s natural resources.   We have space for 40 campers. Campers are housed in rustic wood cabins w/bunks.
Cost: $ 70/ cap of $200 per family.
Scholarships Available.
Submit the scholarship application with your camp application.   

For applications, contact Grant County Extension Office
Grant: 541-575-1911 or email: shanna.northway@oregonstate.edu or carol.waggoner@oregonstate.edu

 

Grant/Harney 4-H Camp, July 9-13
For youth completing grades 4 - 6
Held at Lake Creek Youth Camp
Four and a half fun filled days of learning about nature, making new friends and hands-on outdoor summer activities including hiking, biking, arts and crafts, skits, music, cooking, camp fire, songs, and games and much more. We have space for 80 campers. Campers are housed in rustic wood cabins w/bunks.
Cost: $ 220
For applications contact Grant or Harney County Extension Office
Harney: 541-573-2506 or email shana.withee@oregonstate.edu
Grant: 541-575-1911 or email shanna.northway@oregonstate.edu

Curry County 4-H – Lobster Creek Camp, July 10-13, 2018 Located in Curry County's Lobster Creek Campground, 4-H summer camp provides youth in 3rd-5th grade the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, make new friends, practice leadership skills and build memories to last a lifetime thru a 4 day residential camping experience. Campers participate in activities including: expressive arts, outdoor survival, archery and pellet guns, snorkeling, swimming, hiking and much more! Our camp is led by 4-H Youth Development Staff, trained volunteers and teen counselors. If you have any questions, please contact us at (541) 247-6672. Registration will be available beginning in April at our website http://extension.oregonstate.edu/curry/4-h-youth-camp

 

Camp Apserka-ha  ||  July 22-25, 2018

Camp Lobster Creek  ||  July 30 – August 3, 2018 (counselors arrive July 29)

That’s right, this year we are offering two overnight camps! Camp Apserka-ha will include youth from 9 years old to 12 years old and Camp Lobster Creek will be for youth 12 years old to 15 years old. Non 4-H members can attend camp, as well as 4-H members! Both camps are designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences like hiking, swimming, natural science, crafts, and more. Campers are given the opportunity to learn new skills, meet new friends, practice leadership skills, and learn how to live cooperatively with others. Campers are placed with trained high school and college 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. Put the dates on your calendar, because registration is going to open in the next few weeks—be watching!

Cost is $200. Scholarship applications are available upon request.

If you have any questions, please contact Lena at Lena.Hosking@oregonstate.edu or Kylah at Kylah.Reynolds@oregonstate.edu. Jackson County

 

Coos and Douglas Counties, June 19 - June 22, 2018
For youth completing grades 4 - 6
Held at Camp Myrtlewood, Bridge, OR
Three and a half fun-filled days of learning about nature, making new friends and hands-on outdoor summer activities including archery, swimming, arts and crafts, music, cooking, games and much more. We have space for 60 campers. Campers are housed in rustic wood cabins w/bunks.
Cost: $155
For applications contact Coos or Douglas Counties:
Elissa Wells, Coos County
541-572-5263
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/coos/
Teresa Middleton, Douglas County
541-672-4461
http://extension.oregonstate.edu/douglas/

 

4-H Tri-County Camp - Gilliam, Morrow and Wheeler counties, June 14 - June 17, 2018
For youth completing grades 4 - 6
Held at Cuthsforth Park - east of Heppner, OR
Campers sleep in tents with a high school counselor, natural resource activities, outdoor activities, theme-related classes, hike, nightly campfire, last night dance.
Cost: $85 early bird registration, $100 late registration; scholarships available by local counties
Contact: Lisa Greene - Gilliam Co., 541-384-2271, lisa.greene@oregonstate.edu; Amy Derby - Wheeler Co.,  541-763-4115, amy.derby@oregonstate.edu; Erin Heideman Erin.heideman@oregonstate.edu. or Anna Browne, anna.browne@oregonstate.edu - Morrow Co.541-676-9642.

Wasco County 4-H Summer 1-Day Camps 2018

 All Camps Registration: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/wasco/camps-and-clinics or call 541-296-5494
All 1-day camps cost $12 to attend
 
Photography Camp – Ages 11-16 -- Take pictures with a professional photographer and learn the features of digital cameras. Use Photoshop to turn your basic photo into a work of art. Participants are encouraged to bring their own cameras. A limited number of 4-H cameras are available for use.
Date, Time, Location: June 21st; 9:00am-3:00pm; Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 2, 2nd floor
 
GPS Camp – Ages 9-14 -- Explore, go on scavenger hunts, geocache, and more! As we learn how GPS works, we will create maps and visualizations with our discoveries.
Date, Time, Location: June 25th; 9:00am-3:00pm; Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
 
Aeronautics Camp – Ages 9-14 -- Build, design, and practice flying aerial vehicles in this fun camp. This camp focuses on foundations of flight and learning what makes vehicles fly.
Date, Time, Location: July 3rd; 9:00am-3:00pm; Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
 
Virtual Reality Camp -- Ages 10-16 -- Use state-of-the-art technology to learn about how Virtual Reality works, the differences between Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, and create content viewable on easily accessible viewers.  
Date, Time, Location: July 10th or July 26th; 9:00am-3:00pm; Columbia Gorge Community College, Building 1 Cafeteria
 
Cooking Camp – Ages 9-14 – Campers will learn to create delicious dishes and snacks in this fun culinary lesson. We will make and eat simple, tasty dishes, snacks, and desserts.
Date, Time, Location: July 10th or July 17th; 9:00am-3:00pm; The Dalles High School

Wasco 4-H Summer Series Camps 2018
All Camps Registration: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/wasco/camps-and-clinics or call 541-296-5494
All series camps cost $25 to attend

Coder Camp – Ages 9-14 -- Learn the basics of computer coding while creating fun animations, stories and games.
Date, Time, Location: July 5th, July 12th, & July 19th; 12:30pm-3:00pm; The Dalles Middle School, Room 211
 
Protobot Camp – Ages 9-14 – Build, program and take home a mini-robot. Take it home and impress your family and friends!
Date, Time, Location: July 5th, July 12th, & July 19th; 9:00 am-Noon; The Dalles Middle School, Room 211
 
3D Printing Camp – Ages 9-14 – Learn how 3D printing works and design your own model to print and take home!
Date, Time, Location: July 23rd & July 24th; 9:00 am-Noon; The Dalles High School

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