4-H Camp Conquest
Monday, June 20 - 24, 2016
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4-H Camp Conquest
All youth 8-13 (you must be eight years old as of 1/1/16) are eligible to attend the five-day camp experience on June 20-24, at 4-H Camp Conquest, Denver, Pennsylvania. Camping provides everyone with a chance to learn about nature, meet new friends, gain responsibility, and learn to live and work with others.
The total cost for camp is (To be announced) which includes all meals, lodging, for the five days. Partial scholarships may be available to those in financial need. To apply for a scholarship, please enclose a letter with your registration explaining your financial need. The amount of scholarship will depend on the amount of requests.
New this year, Parents will transport their children directly to and from camp. Directions will be sent to those who register.
We will enjoy modern bunk houses and bathrooms. We have indoor/outdoor sports areas and a nature center.
The camp is directed by Jessica Smith, 4-H Program Assistant. Along with several 4-H screened volunteers and 4-H teen counselors who have have gone through training and are familiar with our camping program will supervise the camp. We have a resident nurse and a lifeguard at the camp as well. For the daily activities, trained 4-H members that are 14 -18 years old, serve as camp counselors who teach crafts, nature, recreation, and other activities to the campers. Certified camp staff will supervise the ropes, archery and riflery courses.
Our program consists of group recreation, nature and craft workshops, a ropes challenge course, and socialization activity groups. Some activities will be geared for juniors (8-10) and some specifically for seniors (11-13) to make it more rewarding for the camper.
Summer will be here before you know it-what will you be doing? Make friends, learn about the outdoors and have fun at 4-H camp!
- Camp staff, adult volunteers, and teen counselors who have gone through training and are familiar with our camping program supervise the camp.
- We will enjoy modern bunk houses and bathrooms.
- We have indoor/outdoor sports areas and a nature center
- Activities include campfires, workshops, activities, camp songs and more.
- Space at camp is limited. In the event that the camp is filled, there will be a waiting list developed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Before you depart you will be sent a detailed letter with all the specifics (phone numbers, what to bring, etc.). If you still have questions, please don't hesitate to call our Camp Director, Jessica Smith at 610-987-0215. You can also visit the camp website. Registration deadline is May 31, 2016.
Please call the office for a brochure at 610-378-1327.