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2019 Camp Descriptions

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REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 1

Early Bird Discounts: For May/June camps, register before May 20, 2019 to received the discount. For July/August camps, register before July 1, 2019 to receive the discount. 

 

2019 Camp Schedule
Camp NameDate of Camp
4-H Summer Camp WarmupMay 28-31
Just Starting to Ride: Wish I Had a Horse CampJune 2 - 6
Adventure CampJune 2 - 6
Livestock CampJune 9 - 13
Whopper Club: Fishing CampJune 9 - 13
Clover Camp IJune 14 - 15
Survivor: Extreme June 16 - 20
Hardcore Archery CampJune 16 - 20
It's Greek to Me: All About HorsesJune 23 - 27
Adventure Camp IIJune 23 - 27
Clover Camp IIJune 28 - 29
OFF WEEKJULY 1 - 6
Adventure Camp III   July 7 - 11
Chef Camp: Kitchen KnockoutJuly 7 - 11
STEAM Explorer CampJuly 14 - 18
Survivor: ExplorerJuly 14 - 18
Military IJuly 21 - 25
Military IIJuly 21 - 25
Survivor: Discovery July 27 - Aug. 1
Adventure Camp IVAug. 4 - 8
Junkin' It Camp: Reduce, Reuse, RecycleAug. 4 - 8

4-H Summer Camp Warmup

Mary 28-31, 2019

Grade: 3 and up

Cost: $55 (Registration deadline is May 19)

Camp Description: Are you new to the camping experience? Come enjoy a short camp that gives you a taste of everything camp has to offer. Campers will participate in campfires, water activities, archery and natural science activities. You’ll make new friends and meet the counselors. This is a great camp for youth new to 4-H activities or overnight camping.

 

Just Starting to Ride: Wish I Had a Horse Camp

June 2-6, 2019

Grades: 3-5

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300          

Camp Description: Have you always wanted a horse? This camp is for you! Come learn how to saddle, bridle, ride, lead, and care for a horse. From grooming demonstrations to a halter show, this is your chance to experience what owning a horse is like. This is a beginner camp for youth interested in horses; an animal is not required.

Adventure Camp

June 2-6, 2019

Grade: 3 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300        

Camp Description: Come experience a variety of 4-H activities. Adventure Camp focuses on different activities each day and encourages friendship, leadership and an appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Topics will include fun with outdoor science, exploring nature, healthful living, and many large-group activities such as canoeing, fishing, Capture the Flag, archery and water activities. 

Livestock Camp

June 9-13, 2019

Grade: 3 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300              

Camp Description: Learn how to show and fit your livestock in preparation for you county fair or achievement day! Learn to groom, clip, and show a variety of livestock. A Showmanship contest will be held and awards will be given. We will test your knowledge of livestock with quiz bowl activities. Everyone will make a rope halter to take home. Campers are encouraged to bring their own animals. No rabbits or poultry. Please note which species you are bringing during the online registration. 

Whopper Club: Fishing Camp

June 9-13, 2019

Grade: 4 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300             

Camp Description: This camp is for youth who love to fish. Fish every day of this camp on some of the best fishing lakes in the state. Campers will catch small and largemouth bass, bluegills, crappies, trout and walleyes. The angler who lands the largest in five fish species will receive a trophy. Transportation and bait will be supplies. 

Clover Camp I

June 14-15, 2019
Ages 5-9

Check In starts at 10 a.m. on Friday
Camp ends at 1 p.m. on Saturday

Early Bird Fee $150, Regular Fee $175
Registration includes one child and one parent or guardian      
Each additional child $65    

Camp Description: Have you always wanted to try out 4-H Camp? Bring your parent or guardian and discover 4-H fun at camp! Together you will make new friends, explore the outdoors and appreciate one-on-one time in a beautiful outdoor setting. Campfire, crafts and exciting 4-H project activities await, let the adventure begin! Come see why 4-H campers have so much fun!

The parent or guardian attending must also register for Clover Camp. The invoice will reflect $0.00 as your registration fee is rolled in with the youth registration fee. The parent or guardian will go through our Youth Protection Policy screening before their registration is approved. If you have any questions regarding this process please call 701-231-7259.

Survivor: Extreme

June 16-20, 2019

Grade: 6 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300              

Camp Description: Could you survive in the wilds of ND? Nature provides for all our basic needs, so come have fun building shelters, tracking animals, discovering cool and exciting wilderness skills like fishing, and orienteering. Youth will participate in after dark challenges and compete in team building activities to win the challenge trophy. Campers will sleep outside in a tent one night.

Hardcore Archery Camp

June 16-20, 2019

Grade: 5 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300

Camp Description: Are shooting sports your passion? This camp is designed to improve your shooting skills. Youth will participate in 3-D, World Federation Archery Field Archery, and NFAA Field Archery. Archers will make an archery target butt. Archery skill analysis, improvement plans and challenges will make for a full week of fun and skill development. Youth should bring their own equipment. 

 

It's Greek to Me: All About Horses

June 23-27, 2019

Grade: 4 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300             

Camp Description: Do you know the term hippology is Greek for the study of horses? Are horses your passion? Do you want to improve your 4-H horse show experience in showmanship, horsemanship and horse judging? This is the camp for you. Youth will learn about horse health, hoof care, nutrition, selection and general care. We will test your knowledge of horses with a friendly, competitive quiz bowl activity. You do not need a horse for this camp.

 

Adventure Camp II

June 23-27, 2019

Grade: 6 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300

Camp Description: Come experience a variety of 4-H activities. Adventure Camp focuses on different activities each day and encourages friendship, leadership and appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Topics will include fun with outdoor science, exploring nature, healthful living, and many large-group activities such as Capture the Flag, fishing, canoeing, archery and water activities. 

Clover Camp II

June 28-29, 2019
Ages 5-9

Check In starts at 10 a.m. on Friday
Camp ends at 1 p.m. on Saturday

Early Bird Fee $150, Regular Fee $175 
Registration includes one child and one parent or guardian       
Each additional child $65     

Camp Description: Have you always wanted to try out 4-H Camp? Bring your parent or guardian and discover 4-H fun at camp. Together you will make new friends, explore the outdoors and appreciate one-on-one time in a beautiful outdoor setting. Campfires, crafts and exciting 4-H project activities await. Let the adventure begin! Come see why 4-H campers have so much fun. 

Adventure Camp III

July 7-11, 2019

Grade: 6 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300              

Camp Description: Come experience a variety of 4-H activities. Adventure Camp focuses on different activities each day and encourages friendship, leadership and an appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Topics will include fun with outdoor science, exploring nature, healthful living, and many large-group activities such as Capture the Flag, fishing, canoeing, archery and water activities. 

 

Chef Camp: Kitchen Knockout

July 7-11, 2019

Grade: 5 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300              

Camp Description: Cooking is fun, but when the temperature goes up, can you and your teammates face the challenge? Here's your chance to be top-notch chef. From learning how to make treats to outdoor cooking and food preservation, this camp is for youth who love cooking. The final day includes a Grill Masters for the Day grill-off contest. Parents are invited to the grill-off. (RSVP)

STEAM Explorer Camp

July 14-18, 2019

Grade: 5 and up

Camp Description: Do you enjoy being creative with STEM activities? STEAM camp is your change to experience fun science, technology, engineering and match activities while incorporating art and creativity. The summer camp setting will allow campers to incorporate nature and the outdoors into their STEAM activities. Those will include Rube Goldberg machines, virtual reality, drones, rockets, robotics, food science and creative nature activities. 

Survivor: Explorer

July 14-18, 2019

Grade: 6 and up

Early Bird Fee: $275, Regular Fee: $300

Camp Description: Could you survive in the wilds of North Dakota? Nature provides for all our basic needs, so come have fun building shelters, tracking animals, and discovering cool and exciting wilderness skills such as fire starting and orienteering. Youth will participate in after dark-challenges and compete in team-building activities to win the challenge trophy. Campers will sleep outside in a tent one night.

Military I

July 21-25, 2019

Grades: 3 to 6

Camp Description: Develop your self-confidence, problem-solving and stress-management skills while forming lifelong bonds with other youth from military families. Campers learn leadership, cooperation and communication skills through team-building activities such as friendly competitions, water fun and much more.

Military Camp II

July 21-25, 2019

Grade: 7 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300             

Camp Description: Strengthen your leadership and problem-solving skills by completing action-packed activities while forming lifelong bonds with other youth from military families. Develop self-confidence, communication and stress-management skills through team-building activities such as friendly competitions, water fun and much more.

 

Survivor: Discovery

July 27 - August 1, 2019

Grade: 3 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300

Camp Description: Could you survive in the wilds of North Dakota? Nature provides for all of our basic needs, so come have fun building shelters, tracking animals, and discovering cool and exciting wilderness skills such as fishing and orienteering. Youth will participate in after-dark challenges and compete in team-building activities to win the challenge trophy. Campers will sleep outside in a tent one night.

Adventure Camp IV

August 4-8, 2019

Grades: 3-5

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300          

Camp Description: Come experience a little bit of everything at 4-H Camp. Adventure Camp focuses on different activities each day and encourages friendship, leadership and an appreciation for nature and the outdoors. Topics will include fun with outdoor science, exploring nature, healthful living, and many large-group activities such as Capture the Flag, fishing, canoeing, archery and water activities.  

Junkin' It Camp: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 

August 4-8, 2019

Grade: 5 and up

Early Bird Fee $275, Regular Fee $300          

Camp Description: Do you like to create rustic treasures? Do you see potential in tired, outdated or discarded materials? Learn the principles of design and explore your creativity to make home décor and other items using recyclable materials. You will learn how to explore your community for project ideas and materials. Campers will make lifelong friends and participate in many other camp recreational activities. 

Camp Information & Forms

Online Registration 

Brochure

Registration Worksheet - use this form to gather information before you register online

Camp Handbook 

Camp Scholarship Form

 


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Center for 4-H Youth Development
Phone: +1 (701) 231-7251
Campus address: FLC 219
Physical/delivery address: 1400 Centennial Blvd, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 7280 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
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