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4-H Camping

Program Contact: Tracie Hanson, 4-H Program Coordinator
(360) 482-2934 • tracie.hanson@wsu.edu
Grays Harbor County 4-H Youth Development offers a variety of camping programs for 4-H members.

Panhandle Lake 4-H Camppanhandle 2

Campers have been enjoying the beauty of Panhandle Lake 4-H Camp for over 60 years! This outdoor paradise includes forest, wetlands, and facilities to accommodate camping programs, retreats, and natural resource education. A lodge, dining hall, dormitories, Yurt, equestrian facilities, and Adirondack style cabins make Panhandle an ideal location for recreation and education. To learn more about Panhandle Lake 4-H Camp click here.

4-H Summer Camp

Looking for some adventure blended with a traditional camping experience? summer campCampers spend the week enjoying a myriad of activities, including swimming, hiking, arts, music, cooking, and making new friends! Awaken to birds singing and fall asleep to the stars (or exhaustion). Bring your positive energy and your sense of adventure!

Camp Information & Details

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Required Forms for Youth Staff

*** Teens, 9th grade and older, complete 16-32 hours of training and, if chosen, are youth staff for the week.
Step 1:  Youth Staff Application Process
Step 2:  Visit https://wa.4honline.com/ to complete the 4-H enrollment process and event registration each year.  More info available at http://extension.wsu.edu/graysharbor/4-h/forms/
Step 3:  Visit facebook.com/graysharbor4h for Event Dates

Additional Resources & FormsProgramCamp

Camp Scholarship Application – Submit by May 29th

Required Forms for Adult Volunteer Chaperones

Chaperone & Camp Adult Application Process
4-H Enrollment at https://wa.4honline.com/
> More info available at http://extension.wsu.edu/graysharbor/4-h/forms/

WA 4-H Resident Camp Standards

WA 4-H Resident Camp Standards

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