4-H Residential Camp (Overnight)

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Throughout the week, campers, ages 8-14 enjoy daily activities with their coed groups. These include swimming, canoeing, horseback riding, climbing at the climbing wall, archery, arts and crafts, hiking, environmental studies as well as other fun-filled activities. The older groups participate in teambuilding and high ropes elements as well. Evening programs consist of a Talent Show, Land/Water Sports, Campfires, Awards Ceremonies, and Dances.

Two advanced groups, Adventurers (ages 12-14) and Trekkers (ages 13-14), enjoy adventure-based programming both on and off camp. Although they do not participate in “traditional” camp activities the Adventurers learn outdoor living skills, high ropes, orienteering and camp two nights out at an outpost site on property. They will also learn about Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geo-caching. The Trekkers participate in high adventure camp activities. These youths spend their time at camp learning canoeing and rock climbing skills, and then travel off-site for a canoeing and rock climbing adventure. Enrollment is limited in both groups and is filled on a first come first served basis.

Cost is $200. Payment plans and scholarships are available. DEADLINE TO PAY BALANCE IS JULY 6 *Youth must have a physical prior to camp* Transportation is provided.

 4-H Camp Scholarship Application 2018