University of Maryland Extension

Frederick County 4-H Camp

Join us each week this July for our Frederick County 4-H Virtual Campfire Meet-Ups! Connect with old camp friends and make new ones as we play games, learn new things, and complete challenges - all while having lots of fun.

Register by June 30th at:

Each meet-up (on Zoom) lasts approximately 60 to 90 minutes and includes:

  • Game Time: Have fun playing games with your fellow campers and camp counselors.
  • Challenge Showcase: Campers showcase their challenge creation(s) from the previous week.
  • Next Week’s Challenges: We’ll explain the coming week’s challenge(s) so that campers know which they want to complete (campers are welcome to complete as many of that week’s challenges as they choose!).

Challenge themes include arts & crafts, cooking, outdoor activities, and STEM. Challenges use materials easily found around your home. Campers should be able to complete challenges with minimal to no adult supervision. Written and/or video instructions will be posted to our Campfire Meet-Up Google Doc for each week’s challenges.

At our last meet-up we’ll celebrate all of our challenge accomplishments with “bring your own s’mores” or another fun snack of your choosing.  Note- campers must provide their own snacks.

Cost: Free!
Ages: 8 to 13
Dates: July 10, 17, 24, and 31, 2020
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern
Where: Online via Zoom!

Additional camp details, including all required camp paperwork (may be submitted via email), will be emailed to registered campers in June. You will receive a personalized email with the link for joining the campfire meet-ups upon completing your camp paperwork. Campers with incomplete paperwork will not be permitted to participate in the Frederick County 4-H Campfire Meet-Ups.

We reserve the right to cancel our virtual camp meet-ups if there is insufficient program interest.

Questions? Contact Sara at 


Check out our virtual tour of the
Frederick County 4-H Camp and Activities Center

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