The Summer Season is approaching fast! We are thrilled to invite all youth to enjoy 4-H summer camp at our 450 acre facility serving 37 counties in Dawson Springs, KY!
The summer programs offered at 4-H camp provide all youth a place to discover, learn, and grow. Also, your child does not have to be a member of 4-H to attend. At 4-H camp, we believe strongly in promoting the mission of Kentucky 4-H, which encourages all young people to reach their full potential, by working and learning in partnership with caring adults. At Western Kentucky 4-H Camp, we are able to do what we do best: provide a life-changing summer camp experience for all youth! 4-H is education for life and focuses on helping young people explore the science in their everyday lives, grow leadership and citizenship skills, explore future career opportunities, and make healthier decisions.
We want youth to leave our camp better equipped to make healthy, positive, and informed decisions while creating lasting memories and experiencing camp traditions in any of our unique outdoor environments. 4-H Camp offers a variety of programs that may be offered in a variety of sessions including:
Team Building Challenge Courses - Lows Ropes, High Ropes, Zip Lines
Nature Programing and GPS
Arts, Crafts, Exploration, Campfires, Games, Songs and Fun!
Through our strong affiliation with the University of Kentucky, we provide an enriching experience for all who attend.
Contact your local 4-H agents, Janet Turley & Julie Brown, at the Warren County Extension Office and get signed up for 4-H Camp today!
2022 4-H Camp
Each child interested in attending 4-H Camp must return the following papers back to the Warren County Extension Office with $265.
(5162 Russellville Rd, Bowling Green, KY 42101)
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2022 Cloverbud Camp
All campers must have an adult attend Cloverbud Camp with them. All adults will also need to have a completed background check through the WCEO.
$135 for Cloverbud and $100 for adults & teens
(16-17 yrs old).
CHECK OUT THE WARREN COUNTY 4-H PROGRAM ON FACEBOOK!