Experience for a Lifetime
Summer Camp is a wonderful way for children to learn and grow. We partner with several counties in Oregon to host amazing and unique summer experiences. We work hard to make sure every child has an affordable opportunity to attend. Every kid deserves the enriching experience and life long learning camp gives.
Check below to choose your 2023 Summer Camp:
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Four Rivers 4-H Summer Camp – June 27th – July 1st, 2023 Youth 4th- 8th grades $520
Sponsored by Benton & Linn Counties-The Four Rivers 4-H summer Camp invites youth who have just completed the 4th – 8th grade to participate in our fun filled five day/four night camp: Tuesday, June 28 – Saturday, July 2, 2022! This year’s camp theme is Candyland – so come prepared to have a sweet experience at camp! Every day is filled with new adventures, new experiences and a whole lot of fun! Campers will participate in swimming, archery, adventure swing, hiking, canoeing, crafts and theme -based activities and games! The evenings will be filled with skits, campfire and songs. Campers are placed in small camp teams (4-6 campers) which are overseen by trained high school aged 4-H counselors, who are supervised by highly experienced and trained 4-H volunteers and 4-H faculty. All of the activity is located on the beautiful 4-H Center with over 320 acres of lush forest, open pasture land and peaceful ponds. Campers will sleep in rustic and comfortable cabins.
Wild West 1 4-H Summer Camp – July 11th -15th 2023 Youth 4th -8th grades $530
Sponsored by Marion, Polk, Yamhill & Tillamook Counties- The 4-H Wild West Summer Camp is a program of Oregon State University Extension Service and is open to all youth completing grades 4 – 7. This overnight camp is designed to give youth hands-on out-door experiences and adventures in hiking, canoeing, fishing, archery, swimming, natural science, crafts and more. Campers are placed in learning groups with trained high school age 4-H counselors who are supervised by 4-H Extension. Youth participate in traditional campfire activities with songs, skits, s’mores and more. Campers from Tillamook county should contact 4-H Educator Dakota.Lager@oregonstae.edu for a unique registration link and pricing.
Wildlife Stewards 4-H Summer Camp – July 25th – July 29th 2023 youth 4th-8th grades $570
Sponsored by Metro 4-H Wildlife Stewards- Designed for the next generation of leaders, explorers, designers and innovators our 4-H Wildlife Stewards summer camp for kids helps build skills for life. Activities include: wildlife classes, swimming, arts & crafts, canoeing, archery, adventure swings, theater, sports/games, hiking, campfire programs and much more. Our 4-H Wildlife Stewards Camp Staff includes both teen and adult volunteers. Participants receive a high degree of small group interaction and personal attention from 4-H staff and volunteer leaders. Our camp staff have been chosen for their interest and ability in working with other people, as well as their skills in special areas.
International Migrant 4-H Summer Camp – August 1st – 5th 2023
International Multi-Cultural Camp – August 8th-12th 2023
We designed the International Summer Camp to encourage and support Latino and under-served students to stay in school. The Camp creates an opportunity for youth to explore educational options and guides them to career opportunities at community colleges and universities. By participating in the Camp, youth experience different environments, learn new things, learn about post-secondary education and ways to fund it, and enjoy fun and challenging activities. Most importantly, the Camp enables youth to interact with university students and professionals.
Wild West 2 4-H Summer Camp – August 15th – August 19th 2023 youth 4th-8th grades $530
Sponsored by Marion, Polk & Yamhill Counties- The 4-H Wild West Camp is a program of Oregon State University Extension Service and is open to all youth completing grades 4 – 8. This overnight camp for kids is designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences and adventures in hiking, canoeing, fishing, archery, swimming, natural science, crafts and more. Campers are placed in learning groups with trained high school age 4-H counselors who are supervised by 4-H Extension. Youth participate in traditional campfire activities with songs, skits, s’mores and more.