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4-H Youth Camp

Welcome to Camp Na-Bor-Lee 4-H Youth Camp
Lincoln-Adams County

July 10-13, 2024 for Campers (FILLED)
July 9-13, 2024 for Counselors, Counselors in Training and Staff
***** We are excited to announce Camp Na-Bor-Lee is FULL for Youth Campers (8-12 years).
If you are still interested in being a Youth Camp Counselor (13-18 years), spots are still available.

4-H Youth Camp is open to all youth residents of Lincoln and Adams Counties and to youth who live in Washington State.

Camp Na-Bor-Lee sign


Na-Bor-Lee 4-H Youth Camp Registration starts April 2, 2024

Theme: Christmas in July

Four fun-filled days of tent camping, swimming, crafts, classes, campfires, games and much, much more!

Camp is geared for campers aged 8 to 12. (Age as of Oct. 1, 2023) Campers are supervised by trained Counselors and Counselors in Training 13 years old and up with adult WSU faculty and volunteer staff. Space limited to 50 Campers.

Camper check-in begins at 2 p.m., Wednesday, July 10th. Camp closes at noon on Saturday, July 15th.
Counselors, Counselors in Training, and adult staff arrive Tuesday, July 9th.

Na-Bor-Lee 4-H Youth Camp, located north of Davenport WA on the banks of Lake Roosevelt.

Campers $125 for first child, $85 for each additional child in household.
Counselors in Training s & Counselors: $60

No refunds after June 21, 2024 for Youth Campers and Youth Camp Counselors.  Any refunds before June 21, 2024 are subject to $10 handling fee.

Check out the 4-H Camp Na-Bor-Lee informationa for more information and how to register as a youth camper or counselor.


Camp Director – Marci Dayton, 509-994-7607
Lincoln County Extension
  Dawn Canfield, 509-725-4171
Adams County Extension –  Julie Hartz, 509-659-3209



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Extension programs and policies are consistent with federal and state laws and regulations on nondiscrimination regarding race; sex/gender; sexual orientation; gender identity/expression; religion; age; color; creed; national or ethnic origin; physical, mental, or sensory disability, including disability requiring the use of a trained service animal; marital status, genetic information, and/or status as an honorably discharged veteran or member of the military. Report concerns to your local Extension office. Requests for special accommodations at Lincoln-Adams Extension Events can be made at least two weeks in advance by calling 509-659-3209 or 509-725-4171.