Canter's Cave 4-H Camp/Elizabeth L. Evans Outdoors Education Center

Address: 1362 Caves Road, Jackson, OH 45640
Phone:(740) 286-4058
 

2018 Camp Dates and Information

For more information, or to acquire a registration form, download a PDF version of the 2016 4-H Camp Brochure and other useful information using the links below:

4-H Camp Brochure and Registration Form | Download PDF

2018 Cloverbud Camp Registration 

2018 Beginner Camp Information Letter

2018 Junior High Camp Information Letter

2018 Teen Camp Information Letter

Health Forms, Release Forms and General Information | Download PDF

Camp Scholarship Application | Download PDF


2018 Camp Dates, Costs, Ages
  • Cloverbud Overnight Camp: June 16-17 $65 ($30 for additional youth)
  • 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade Camp: June 18-21 $147 ($157 non 4-H members)
  • 6th, 7th & 8th Grade Camp: June 25-28 $147 ($157 non 4-H members)
  • Teen Camp: June 22-25 $151 ($161 non 4-H members)
  • Teen Winter Retreat: February 3-4 $35
  • MXC State 4-H Counselor Workshop: February 17-18 (anyone planning to be a counselor)
  • Counselor College: March 24-25
  • Spring Fling: April 20-21 (grades 3-6)
  • STEM Camp: June 4-6 (grades 5-7) WEBSITE
  • State Special Needs Camp: July 27-29
  • Ohio 4-H Junior Shooting Education Camp: June 29-July 1, ages 9-12  WEBSITE
  • Ohio 4-H Senior Shooting Education Camp: July 8-13, ages 12-18  WEBSITE

Contact the Extension Office for more information on these camps: 740-286-5044  Ext: 25

Other Ohio 4-H Camps Locations

Objectives of 4-H Camping
  1. To have educational, recreational, and social experiences in outdoor living away from home.
  2. To provide opportunities to meet and learn to get along with other people by living together and participating in a camping experience.
  3. To provide opportunities for youth to learn to take responsibility for their own decisions and actions.
  4. To offer new experiences for youth by exploring new interests, or by exposing them to new approaches to old interests, such as nature, aquatics, music, and other life skills that cannot be provided as effectively outside of camp.
  5. To teach youth about citizenship and the importance of being a responsible citizen.
  6. To discover and provide opportunities for developing leadership skills.
  7. To discover special talents among campers and teen leaders and provide opportunities for developing these talents.
  8. To learn to meet individual and group responsibilities.
  9. To enrich the ongoing 4-H club program and to involve youth in unit 4-H clubs.
  10. To have fun.
  11. To be inspired to practice better 4-H club membership.