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Camp Types

Ag Camp: June 28-July 2
Ag Camp will explore the agricultural industry through hands-on learning. Participants will visit local dairies, ranches, and horticulture operations as well as cook local agricultural products and explore the natural resources of South Florida.

H20 Camp: June 7-11, June 21-25, July 12-16
H20 Encounter is an environmental day camp that explores various water resources in South Florida.

History Camp: June 14-18, June 28-July 2
Campers will visit South Florida historical sites and museums.

Horse Camp: June 21-25
Campers are provided riding and lesson time in the saddle. Campers experience horse activities geared toward developing riders. Campers bring their own horse and supplies. Campers must be 8 by September 1, 2020, and must provide own horse. 

Shooting Sports: July 12-16
Camp teaches conservation and ecology practices through field trips and hands-on activities.
Campers must be 10 or older as of September 1, 2020. 

Fishing Camp: July 19-23
Campers are learning about fishing safety and environmental conservation at various locations in South Florida.

Craft Camp: July 26-30
Campers will enjoy various crafting techniques, safety, and recycling. 

*All camps are day camps. 

To reserve a spot for camp please submit application and payment to UF/IFAS Extension office 458 US HWY 98 N, Monday thru Friday, 8 am-5 pm. Check, cash and credit cards accepted (credit card will have $5 service fee). Registration form and payment must be received in the office to hold the reservation for camp.

4-H Camp Documents  

Camper Packet 2021 

Teen Counselor Application Packet 2021

2021 Horse Camper Packet

Horse Camp Adult Counseling Packet

Teen Counselor Horse Camp 2021

Adult Counselor Application Link

Camp Schedules and Guidelines  

2021 History Camp times and guidelines

2021 H20 Camp times and guidelines

Ag Camp Daily Times and Guidelines