2018 Camp Registration Forms
2018 Cloverbud Camp Flyer
2018 Cloverbud Camp Registration Forms
Camp Scholarship Form- For Jr. Camp and Cloverbud Camp
Clinton County 4-H offers two summer camp experiences for members and non-members during the month of June. A team of adult volunteers, OSU Extension staff, site staff and teen counselors work together to plan and conduct fun, safe and educational camps for youth in Clinton County.
Junior Camp-A four night and five day overnight camp is provided for youth ages 8 and in 3rd grade through 8th grade. Camp offers a wide variety of fun activities such as archery, swimming, canoeing, fishing, recreational sports, flag ceremonies, nature hikes, team games, dancing, movies, special guests, speakers, off site activities and lots of cabin fun with camp counselors and many other boys or girls close in age.
Campers have the opportunity to try many new activities as well as, participate in traditional camp activities such as campfires, dances, games, hiking, talent shows, songs, crafts, canoeing, fishing, swimming, vespers and team building activities.
Campers will have the chance to try off site canoeing, rafting, lazer tag or bowling. The fun filled week is full of workshops, relays, team building, games, singing, crafts, nature hikes, polar bear swims, and so much more!
Cloverbud Camp-Camp is open to 4-H Cloverbud members and non-members age 5 and in Kindergarten until the member reaches age 8 and third grade. Campers can attend camp for the day or they can attend the day camp and stay overnight for extra camp activities and get to experience staying at camp.
Camp is filled with games, songs, hands-on activities and lots of outdoor camp experiences. Campers will hike, fish, play group games, participate in flag ceremonies, sing camp songs and make crafts. Cloverbud Camp is a great experience for a younger child. Campers will be outdoors, have fun, and meet other Cloverbuds and 4-H teen counselors from Clinton County.
New in 2015: Both camps will be held at 4-H Camp Graham in Clarksville, Ohio. To learn more about the site visit: 4hcampgraham.osu.edu