Junior Camp

Who can attend: Members aged 9 - 11

Dates: Jul 9 - 13, 2017

               Jul 30 - Aug 3, 2017

Early Bird Registration Deadline: May 15

Registration Deadline: Jun 1

Early Bird Registration Cost: $225

Registration Cost: $300

Location: Alberta 4-H Centre, AB

Junior Camp



So for Summer 2017, all you regional and provincial campers will be embarking on a 4-H style Amazine Race.

This adventurous theme will take you around the world. You'll discover a new country each day, learning about the culture, food and landscapes. All the while you'll be competing in challenges and collecting clues that you hope will allow you to solve the puzzle and reach the finish line first.

Don't miss out on your chance to join us for the ultimate summer camp erxperience, full of detours, roadbloacks, switchbacks and fast forwards as you race around the world.


Drop off times for camp: 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Pick up times for camp: 3:00 - 3:30 pm

ALL Campers must ensure their personal health record and medication permission form are up-to-date when camp starts.



-  Closed toe shoes (DO NOT FORGET)
-  Bedding (sleeping bag, comforter, pillow, etc)
-  Towels (shower and beach)
-  Shampoo, soap, and toiletries
-  Sunscreen and bug spray
-  Water bottle
-  Flashlight
-  Shorts
-  Shirts
-  Long pants
-  Sweatshirt or jacket
-  Socks and underwear
-  Banquet clothes (semi-formal)
-  Rain gear
-  4-H appropriate bathing suit
-  Sandals/flip flops
-  Any required prescription medications



-  Electronic equipment
-  Jewelry
-  Money
-  Candy or food
-  Expensive clothing or accessories  



The 4-H Alberta Centre is located on Range Road 21, off of Highway 13. How to get to the 4-H Alberta Centre.


Head South on AB-2 for approximately 57KM. Take exit 482B – merge onto AB 13 W toward Ma-Me-O-Beach/Winfield: Continue on AB-13 for approximately 37KM; Your destination will be on the right (Range Road 21)


Head North on AB-2 for approximately 225KM; take exit 482B onto Ab-13 W for approximately 37KM. Your destination will be on the right.



We operate a closed camp facility – no visitors are permitted while camp is in session  


It’s time to put yourself out there, and what better place to do that than at camp?  Meet new people, try something you’ve never done before and discover a strength you didn’t even know you had!  You’ll be freer than free to be the you that is truly you. And with your newfound independence (Mom won’t be draggin’ your butt out of bed this week), amazing support system (staff, counsellors and fellow campers) and the memory of your many accomplishments (thanks to your stick-to-it attitude) you’ll leave camp feeling confident in yourself, and capable of putting yourself out there. Plus, you’ll have a lot of fun and meet some pretty cool new people along the way.


Camp Activities

Camp just wouldn’t be camp without these and other activities:

-   Beach Time
-   Themed Meals
-   Gaga Ball & Other 
-   Night Games
-   Recreational Activities
-   Campfires
-   Slip N’ Slide and water games
-   Banquet & Dance
-   Flag Raising & Lowering


Camp Skill Sessions

Camp offers a variety of skill sessions that allow members to create art, explore healthy living and the outdoors. Here is a sampling of skill sessions offered:

-  Canoeing
-  Rocketry
-  Archery
-  Arts & Crafts
-  Dancing
-  Low Ropes Course
-  Cooking  
-  Outdoor Adventures