Summer camp offers a variety of new educational experiences for youth: opportunities for self discovery and accomplishment, group living and teamwork, new friendships, new skills and plenty of just plain fun!

Registration is online! Will open May 1st. 

 

Horse Camp

Sunday, June 2 through Wednesday, June 5
Warren County Fairgrounds, Lebanon 
Cost: $130
Optional Camp Picture $6

Camp is limited to Warren County 4-H members, in grades 3 through 8, who are currently enrolled in a 4-H horse project.  Horse Camp is geared toward helping beginners gain riding experience and intermediate riders gain confidence by offering classes that sharpen riding skills and horse knowledge.  Horsemanship, Equitation, Contesting (Poles & Barrels), and Trail Riding are just a few of the sessions typically offered. 

We will also offer our Miniature Horse program with clinics geared specifically to the miniature horse exhibitor.  Topics being considered include: showmanship, ground driving, in-hand trail and jumping. 

There will be a variety of other activities such as a campfire, crafts, dance and a horse show carnival.  Campers are expected to bring and be completely responsible for the care of their horse during camp.

Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis starting Wednesday, May 1.  

NOTE: Campers must be Warren County 4-H members, in grades 3 through 8, who are currently enrolled in a 4-H horse project. 

Registration closes May 24, 2019. 
Limited to the first 50 registrants.


4-H Day Camp

(Formly known as Artist Day Camp)

Monday through Friday, June 10 - 14, 2019 9:00am - 4:00pm, daily
Lebanon Presbyterian Church 
Cost: $110

4-H Day Camp is a 5 day camp open to all youth who have completed the 1st grade and not yet entered high school. 4-H membership not required. The goal of the camp is to encourage and inspire creativity in each camper. We do that through a wide range of activities , crafts, interactive games, the arts and much more...

Campers also have the oppurtunity to sample a variety of workshops like; building creative structures, food art, mix-n-match art. stroytelling/music/drama, and creative dance. Activities will be buiilt around unique daily themes. 

Registrations will be accepted from Warren County 4-H members starting Wednesday, May 1.

Campers must have completed 1st grade but not yet entered high school.

Registration closes Friday, May 31, 2019
Limited to the first 50 registrants.  


County Camp

Sunday through Thursday, July 28 - August 1
4-H Camp Graham, Clarksville
Cost:$180
Optional Canoeing $12 & Photo $9.00

Looking for a traditional camp experience complete with campfires, songs, skits, adventure hikes, swimming, canoeing, team challenges, talent show and recreation in an outdoor setting?  County Camp is the place!  In addition, campers will select a workshop to focus on for the week.  Typical workshops old favorites like: Crafts, Cooking, Dance, Sports and Swimming plus some new "theme-based" options like: Space Rangers, Journey into Space and Astronaut Survival.

Regisrations will be accepted from Warren County 4-H members beginning Wednesday, May 1. 
Non-member registrations will be accepted beginning one week later on Wednesday, May 8.

Campers must have completed the third grade, but not yet attended high school.

Worksop Descriptions

 Master Chef Mystery

                When you perfect your cooking skills, there will be some road bumps along the way.  We will help you overcome obstacles to create the best dishes of the day!   

 What’s That Boogie…man?

                Join us to learn all the moves to awesome line dances and make new friends along the way.  No experience necessary.

 Sneaky Sports

                Join us for a thrilling adventure as campers come together as team, play outdoors, and solve Austin’s Mystery!

 Could you Survive?  

                Come learn some mysterious ways to survive.  You will learn basic survival skills that will help you anywhere!

Exploring the Outdoors

                Enjoy a week of discovery searching for and identifying mysterious bugs, birds, and other outdoor life!

 Swimming

                Bring your swimsuits!  We’ll be in the pool everyday and see what lurks below.  Pool games, water activities and fun in the sun!.

 Find the Target

                We will learn how to hit the target in archery, have a shot at painball, create marshmallow blowguns, and more!  (Note:  certified archery instructor present)

Sticky Situations

                Do you like to get messy?  Join us to solve a “sticky” crime throughout the week.   Find clues that lead you to some crazy scenes that involve slime, goop, and everything in between.  Go all in to make your favorite mess!

Science Sleuths

                Come explore the element of surprise and become a “science sleuth”.  Conduct experiments, run tests, and maybe even discover something new in the camp graham lab.  It will blow your mind.

Caught Red Handed

                Come get “caught red handed” at crafts and investigate your creativity.  Throughout the week you will uncover new crafts and build off the classic ones.  We will also look into the crimes in the world of artistry while solving some of our own.

Registration closes Friday, July 12. 
Limited to the first 125 registrants (50 boys, 75 girls).