University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program
University of California
University of California 4-H Youth Development Program

4-H Camps

4-H Day and Resident Camp Requirements during COVID-19

June 18, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, additional measures must be taken to ensure the health and safety of those involved in 4-H day and resident camp programs across the state.

These measures reach beyond the existing policies and procedures contained in the 4-H Camp Safety Guidebook and the 4-H Camp Emergency Plan.

Camp will look different this year (and that’s okay)

Resources

Presentation (6/18/2020) - Day and Resident Camp Requirements (PDF) - Presented on June 18, 2020, this presentation gives on overview of the requirements for 4-H day and resident camps

Additional Guidance for Operating 4-H Resident Camps during COVID-19 (PDF) - This document was adapted from the American Camp Association’s Field Guide for Camps on Implementation of CDC Guidance.

CDC Camp Decision Tree (PDF) - The purpose of this tool is to assist directors or administrators in making (re)opening decisions regarding youth programs and camps during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is important to check with state and local health officials and other partners to determine the most appropriate actions while adjusting to meet the unique needs and circumstances of the local community.

COVID-19 Day Camp Industry Guidance from California Dept. of Public Health, effective June 12, 2020(PDF)

Pre-camp Health Screening Form (PDF)

Health Screening Form (PDF)

Virtual 4-H Camps

California 4-H Virtual Camp
Our Wild California
July 13-17, 2020

Open to ALL youth ages 9-18! You don't have to be a 4-H member to join in.

This is our first Virtual 4-H Camp! Go to ucanr.edu/VirtualCamp1 to see the activities you can choose from.

 

4-H Grown @ Home Camp
August 3-7, 2020

If you can't make our first week of Virtual Camp, save the date for our 2nd camp, 4-H Grown @ Home. More information and sign-ups will be shared soon!

4-H camps are county-based programs that foster healthy living in the outdoors. Participating in camp programs help youth build self confidence, meet new people, and experience new opportunities. Please see our list of camps below.

4-H Overnight Camps

The 4-H overnight (resident) camps are listed below in alphabetical order by county. Camp offerings differ in each county and each facility that has its own unique amenities - swimming pools, fishing ponds, waterfronts, campfire amphitheater, and more. To get more information about the camp, please click the links below to go to their website or reach the contact person listed.

  1. Alameda County 4-H Camp

  2. Butte County 4-H Camp - Camp Rockin' U at Lake Francis
    Contact: Butte County 4-H office at 530-538-7201

  3. Colusa County 4-H Camp - Camp Tehama
    Contact: Patty Hickel, 1996@frontiernet.net, 530-458-2906

  4. Contra Costa County 4-H Camp - Las Posadas Camp

  5. El Dorado (Central Sierra) 4-H Camp - Camp Concord, Lake Tahoe
    Contact: Denise Veffredo, 530-621-5568, dveffredo@ucanr.edu 

  6. Fresno County 4-H Camp Keola
    Contact Tracy Newton, 559-241-7525, tlnewton@ucanr.edu

  7. Glenn County 4-H Camp
    Contact Glenn County UCCE Office at 530-865-1107

  8. Humboldt County 4-H Camp - Blue Slide Camp
    Contact: Jessalynn Sadler, Camp Director, makjms@yahoo.com, 707-502-7500

  9. Lake County - Also see Mendocino-Lake 4-H Summer Camp below
    Lake County Camp website
    Mendocino County Camp website
    Contact: 4-H Staff, 707-263-6838, jfrazell@ucanr.edu 

  10. Lassen County 4-H Camp - Eagle Lake Youth Camp
    Contact: Darcy Hanson, 530-251-8285, dhhanson@ucdavis.edu

  11. Los Angeles County 4-H Camp
    Contact: Keith Nathaniel, 626-586-1970, kcnathaniel@ucanr.edu

  12. Madera County 4-H Camp - Camp Keola
    Huntington Lake, CA
    Contact: Laurie Fringer, 4-H Program Representative, llfringer@ucanr.edu, 559-675-7879 ext.7202

  13. Marin 4-H Camp
    Las Posadas 4-H Camp
    Contact: Marin4HCamp@gmail.com

  14. Mariposa County - 4-H Camp Tweety
    Camp Sugar Pine-Timber Mountain, Oakhurst, CA
    Contact: Donna Wice, 4-H Coordinator, 209-966-4829, dswice@ucanr.edu
  15. Merced County Science and Adventure 4-H Camp
    Contact: Kim Heyer, 209-723-7868, idawgs4me@aol.com

  16. Mendocino-Lake 4-H Summer Camp
    Lake County Camp website
    Mendocino County Camp website
    Contact: 4-H Staff, 707-263-6838, jfrazell@ucanr.edu 

  17. Monterey County 4-H Camp - Camp Maymac
    Contact: Camp Directors at campmccandless4h@gmail.com

  18. Napa 4-H Camps
    Las Posadas 4-H Camp
    Contact: napa4hcamp@hotmail.com

  19. Nevada County 4-H Camp
    Donner Mine Camp
    Contact: Jill Simmons, 530-273-4563, jcsimmons@ucanr.edu

  20. Placer County 4-H Camp
    Camp Gold Hollow, Nevada City, CA
    Contact: 4-H Program Representative, 530-889-7386

  21. Plumas-Sierra 4-H Summer Camp
    Contact: Kari O'Reilly, koreilly@ucanr.edu

  22. Riverside County 4-H Camp 
    Contact: Stephanie Barrett, 951-683-6491x229, slbarrett@ucanr.edu 

  23. Sacramento 4-H Resident Camp - Camp Gold Hollow 
    Contact: Jen Henkens, 916-875-6530, jahenkens@ucanr.edu

  24. Sacramento County: 4-H Mountain Horse Camp (open to all counties!)
    Stone Cellar Camp at Crystal Basin Recreation Area
    For experienced youth horse riders to bring their horses to camp and ride all week long.
    Contact: Shawn Hutchinson, (916) 505-8781, mountainhorsecamp@gmail.com

  25. Sacramento County: 4-H On the Wild Side Camp
    Weekend camp for participants of 4-H On the Wild Side program

  26. San Benito County - Range 4-H Camp
    Contact: Theresa Becchetti, 209-525-6800, tabecchetti@ucdavis.edu

  27. San Bernardino 4-H Camp at Camp Seely
    Contact: Keith Nathaniel, 626-586-1970, kcnathaniel@ucanr.edu

  28. San Joaquin 4-H Camp
    Silver Lake Stockton Family Camp (Plasse Road, Pioneer, CA 95666)
    Contact: Robert Alberti, Camp Director, nrobertalberti@yahoo.com or 209-603-1030

  29. San Mateo/San Francisco Counties 4-H Camp
    Jones Gulch YMCA Camp, 11000 Pescadero Creek Road, La Honda, CA 94020
    Contact: Zeva Cho, 650-276-7422, smsf4h@ucanr.edu

  30. Santa Barbara County - Camp Wahoo! 4-H Camp
    Contact: Janelle Hansen, jmmhansen@ucanr.edu

  31. Santa Clara 4-H Camp

  32. Sonoma 4-H Camps
    Las Posadas 4-H Camp
    Contact: sonomacounty4Hcamp@gmail.com

  33. Stanislaus 4-H Camp - Camp Sylvester
    Contact: 4-H office, 209-525-6801

  34. Sutter-Yuba 4-H Camp
    Contact: Erin Cucchi, erincucchi@gmail.com

  35. Tehama 4-H Youth Camp - Camp Tehama
    Contact: Keith Skelton, 530-527-3101, kasmcz@hotmail.com

  36. Tulare-Kings 4-H Summer Camp
    Camp Keola, Huntington Lake, CA
    Contact: Tulare County 4-H Office, 559-684-3300

  37. Tuolumne 4-H Camp - Camp Silver Spur
    Contact: Kelsey Markus, 209-533-6990, kmmarkus@ucanr.edu

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