What is it?

Our Adventure Day Camp Series programs for youth ages 9—15 will be led by trained, caring 4-H Youth Education Professionals who desire to share their passion for the outdoors and love of adventure and learning with youth. Come spend time exploring , discovering, leading, and making friends in nature’s classroom!

June 20th—Hiking at White Oak Canyon
Drop-off: 8:00 am
Pick-up: 4:30 pm
$15/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: June 13th
One of the best waterfalls in Shenandoah National Park; join us for a day of exploration and sight-seeing.

June 27th— Beginner Horseback Riding
Drop-off: 8:30 am
Pick– up: 4:30 pm
$50/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: June 20th
Learn horse behavior, proper mounting and dismounting, steering, and safety!  Don’t forget to bring your bathing suit for a dip in our pool.

July 11th—Kayaking on the Shenandoah
Drop-off: 8 am
Pick-up: 4:00 pm
$37/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: June 27th
An 11 mile excursion on the mighty  Shenandoah. Participants will be taught basic paddling strokes and kayak maneuvering.

July 18th—Tubing on the Shenandoah River
Drop-off: 8 am
Pick-up: 4:00 pm
$20/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: July 3rd
An 11 mile excursion on the mighty Shenandoah, this time in a tube!   

July 25th—Challenge Course Adventure
Drop-off: 8 am
Pick-up: 4:00 pm
$23/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: July 18th
Teambuilding, Leadership Development, Zip Line, Climbing Wall, Spiders Web, Leap of Faith ...need we say more?

August 1st—Hiking Old Rag Mountain
Drop-off: 8 am
Pick-up: 5:30 pm
$12/person, Ages: 9—15
Registration deadline: July 25th
The most popular hike in Shenandoah National Park—see amazing views from the summit. Not for the faint of heart, this hike is challenging!!!

 *Schedule subject to change.  All drop-off/pick-up  locations will be at the 4-H Center.

Visit our website to download a registration form (it is located on teh right hand side).

4-H is America’s largest out-of-school  educational based program for youth. Our mission is to develop youth to realize their full potential: becoming effective, contributing citizens through their participation in research-based,  informal, hands-on educational experiences.  We call it experiential learning

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