Summer Camps

Summer Camps


The Oregon 4-H is proud to have relationships with a number of organizations and programs that serve youth across the state of Oregon. 4-H has a deep history in providing youth programs and opportunities for adults alike. The Oregon 4-H center is proud to be able to provide a diverse property and recreational facilities.

Please take the time to investigate the programs that choose to use center as a base for continuing educational and camp experiences. Please click on the links below to get additional information.

Participating 4-H Camps

 

 

Links to Summer Camps

 

 

Wild West Camp

 

This 4-H Camp is open to all youth completing grades 4-7 (need not be a 4-H member). This overnight camp is designed to give youth hands-on outdoor experiences like hiking, riding horses, canoeing, fishing, archery, swimming, natural science, digital photography, crafts, and more.

 

 

Wildlife Stewards

 

The 4-H Junior Wildlife Stewards Camp is sponsored by OSU Extension 4-H and is open to boys and girls completing grades 3-8. The camp is designed for youth who wish to explore wildlife and the wonders of nature in an outdoor setting. Previous experience or knowledge in these areas is not required.

 

 

4-H International Summer Camps

 

The 24-hour-a-day "4-H International Summer Camp" is designed for Latino youth in grades 3-12. It focuses on helping Latino youth improve academic skills, develop leadership skills, and participate in healthy physical activities.

 

 

LBLT Summer Camp

 

For youth who have completed 4th - 8th grade. Special opportunities for 7th and 8th grade campers. Rustic and comfortable lodging, and excellent meals and facilities. Recreation includes swimming, archery, adventure swing, canoeing, crafts and more. Educational hands-on classes, with natural resources focus.

 

 

Clackamas County 4-H Camp


The Clackamas County 4-H Summer Camp offers youth in grades 4-8 an overnight, week-long camping experience to explore the outdoors, learn new skills, meet new friends, practice leadership skills and teaches campers how to live cooperatively with others. The camping program is directed by the Clackamas County 4-H Camp committee and is held at the 4-H Center. Campers from outside Clackamas County are welcome to attend and 4-H membership is not required. Visit their website for more information.