4-H Family Camp


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    4-H Family Camp

    4-H Family camp is a three day, two night camping experience (Monday afternoon to Wednesday Morning). It is designed for families or clubs to interact and bond as a unit, while providing educational and recreational camp experiences for the youth. Families/clubs camp, sleep and eat together and have some free time to do family/club activities. Scheduled events are run by our amazing youth leadership team, taking up part of Monday evening and most of Tuesday.  Youth will have fun exploring, doing crafts, and learning new things. Each year a new fun and engaging theme is developed to direct the activities. These Camp activities are focused towards youth 8-13 years old.  Older teens can help the Youth leadership team and younger youth 5-7 are welcome to tag along and participate as they can.

    Participating families are to provide their own camping equipment and most meals. 


    Dates:  July 8-10, 2019  

    Registration deadline: July 5, 2019 12:00 PM

    Location:  Jordan Pines Campground

    Registration is now open:  www.ut.4honline.com 


    Cost is $25/each 4-H member (ages 8-18)
    Kids under the age of 8 are welcome to come as well, but do not need individual registration. 

    Plan to arrive NO SOONER than 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 8th.  
    You will depart before lunch on Wednesday, July 10th.

    4-H will provide dinner on Tuesday,  July 9h for ALL in attendance. All other meals will be the camper's responsibility.


    General Schedule:

    3-5pm                   Families/clubs arrive
    5-6pm                   Dinner as families/clubs
    10pm                     Quiet time – Campers in their own tent areas
    9am-5pm             Camp activates
    5:30pm                 Dinner as a whole camp
    7pm                      Camp fire activities
    10pm                    Quiet time – Campers in their own tent areas
    9-10am                Camp awards
    10:30                   Free time
    noon                    Camp area must be vacated