4-H Summer Camp
Camp is run by teens, called "staffers," who start meeting in the fall to organize all the aspects of camp- everything from the food to the themes for the events. There is one teen staffer to every five youth (called campers). There are, of course, adult chaperones there as well (one for every ten campers) and a nurse and a lifeguard on staff. Campers take part in all the classic summer camp activities- hiking, swimming, arts and crafts, skits and songs around the campfire. Campers sleep outside under the stars on raised wooden platforms- girls on one side, boys on the other. Each side has its own bathrooms and shower.
Participating in camp programs help youth build self confidence, meet new people, and experience new opportunities. Napa 4-H offers two weeks of 4-H summer camp annually.
- Week 1: Tammy Hill
- Week 2: Kerri Abreu
- Registrar: Bobbi Lindwall at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Provides youth and adults with a safe and secure environment both physically and emotionally where they can participate in educational, recreational and social experiences in the outdoors.
- Promotes appreciation of the natural environment and teaches environmental stewardship.
- Teaches personal life skills and values of fairness, caring, citizenship, trustworthiness, respect and responsibility.
- Provides opportunities for youth to learn and practice leadership, decision making and teamwork through group activities and hands on training. Learn by doing!
- Allows youth and adults to have new experiences by exploring new interest.
- Has caring adults as role models, teachers and mentors for our youth.
- Is FUN!
Campers LOVE getting mail! Here's how to address it:
Sonoma County 4-H Camp
805 Las Posadas Rd.
Angwin, CA 94508