4-H Camps

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    4-H Camps

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    Throughout the year 4-H offers many local, regional and statewide camps and conferences for youth to attend. These events vary in duration, age range and location but the one thing all camps and conferences have in common is 4-H's learn by doing approach. For Statewide conferences & camps click here.

    Below you will find some of the types of camps offered by Utah 4-H. Contact your local county 4-H program to find out what opportunities await you in your area! 

    Aggie Adventure Camps

    Youth & Volunteer at Aggie Adventure Camp

    4-H Aggie Adventure Summer Camps are educational day camps for children and youth 1st through 8th grade. All camps emphasize hands-on learning and explore a variety of subjects including archeology, robotics, art, history, astronomy, and more! Aggie Adventure Camps are available in these Locations: Cache County, USU Botanical Gardens - Davis CountyWeber County

    For camp schedule and availability in your areaCONTACT YOUR COUNTY EXTENSION OFFICE

    Contact your county extension office

    Cloverbud Camps

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    Cloverbud camps involve kids from grades K-3. Camps are generally planned and run by Teen Leaders and Volunteers and provide hands on learning in a safe and friendly environment. 

    For camp schedule and availability in your area

    Contact your county extension office

    STEM Camps

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    STEM camps offer a hands on, experimental approach to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Camp activities vary and can range from Ag and Environmental Science to Coding and Robotics. These fun camps often result in youth being excited and interested in Science fields of study.

    For camp schedule and availability in your area

    Contact your county extension office

    Maker Camps

    Robotics Robot

    Maker camps provide youth with the tools they need to explore their world creatively. The MAKER movement encourages inventive thought in a variety of subjects including sewing, coding, cooking and 3-D printing.

    For camp schedule and availability in your area

    Contact your county extension office

    Mountain Biking Camps

    4-H youth with mountain bikes on trail

    Mountain Biking camps provide youth an opportunity to learn about healthy living, environmental science, bike engineering and maintenance, and citizenship. 4-H mountain bike camps aren't just about biking they are about positive youth development. 

    For camp schedule and availability in your area

    Contact your county extension office

    Sewing Camps

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    Sewing camps offer a unique project driven hands on approach to learning. Volunteers mentor youth as they complete sewing projects over a few days time. Projects are often used as entries in the local county fair. Sewing projects are often completed during camps and donated to various organizations.

    For camp schedule and availability in your area

    Contact your county extension office