University of Maryland Extension

4-H Camps

**IMPORTANT UPDATE**

At this time, with concerns surrounding COVID-19, we WILL NOT be hosting the camp. We will also  keep participants up to date as information becomes available to us of any possible changes. We thank you for your interest in our program and appreciate your understanding at this time.

 

 4-H Pre-Teen Xtreme Camp!

 

 

The 4-H/Pre- Teen Xtreme Camp offers an opportunity for your child to broaden horizons, make new and lasting friends, and discover new strengths. The camp also offers an opportunity for your child to learn leadership, teambuilding, make healthy lifestyle, eating and physically choices, and improve a skill in just about any physical endeavor, as well as, build self-reliance, self-sufficiency, and self-confidence. Camp will take place at Camp Round Meadow Catoction Mountain in Thurmont, Maryland and is open to youth Ages 9  to 13.

For questions, concerns, additional information and application(s), please contact Ariel Delgado (adelgad2@umd.edu).

 

4-H Summer Camps at Patuxent River 4-H Center

The Patuxent River 4-H Center works cooperatively with the University of Maryland Extension/4-H Youth Development, and The Maryland-National Park and Planning Commision to provide educational opportunities for youth. 

The 4-H Center offers educational programs, including day and resident camps, to all youth groups, schools, and community organizations.  They learn camp songs, participate in several leadership, environmental science and healthy living camp activities, build camp fires, hike the woods and explore the scenery of the Patuxent River. Camps offer youth the opportunity to learn new life skills while making new friends.

 

If you would like more detailed information about these great summer opportunities, please call for more information, (301) 218-3079.

     

 

These are accredited camps through the American Camping Association (ACA). This is verification from the ACA that our camp has complied with up to 300 industry-established health and safety standards, which are recognized by courts of law and government regulators as the standards of the camp industry.

    

 

                                                          

 

    

                       

        

                                         

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

      

                             

 

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