4-H Camps

4-H Camps have been one of the most popular aspects of 4-H for over 60 years. We have a camp for everyone, no matter your age, interests or experience level.

Day camp for youth ages 6-12 (as of December 31, 2023)

Cost: $35 

Discovery Days are a fantastic one-day 4-H camp experience for 4-H participants and for youth curious about joining 4-H or wanting to have a fun day.

Date Registration Deadline Location Registration Form
July 27 July 15 Region 1: Massey Fairgrounds – Massey Register here
June 8 May 27 Region 2: North Grenville Municipal Centre – Kemptville Register here
June 15 June 3 Region 3: Westdale United Church – Peterborough Register here
June 22 June 10 Region 4: Albion Bolton Community Centre – Caledon Register here
July 13 July 1 Region 5: Listowel Fairgrounds – Listowel Register here
July 6 June 24 Region 6: Dorchester Agriculture Hall- Dorchester Register here

Please note that these are the official dates for 2024 Discovery Days, and they may be different from what is posted in the 4-H Ontario Resource Guide.

Discovery Days run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

At Discovery Days, youth aged 6-12 years old explore the wide array of fun and interaction available in 4-H Ontario, through different activities and games.

This years theme is “Mighty 4-H, use your creative side to create a fun craft, explore how to work as a team, showcase your trivia smarts in our famous Go For The Gold game, make a delicious snack that you can then enjoy, and test your skills at Discovery Days Olympics! All of this in just one day!  

Along with all of this, you’ll get a pizza lunch, a T-shirt you can decorate and take home with you and you will meet new friends. Each year is a new experience! Try them all!

“Discovery Days was a perfect introduction to 4-H as it truly captured the essence of the program. From making crafts, to decorating their own shirt, participating in Go for The Gold, and dodging a marshmallow gun all day, they had tons of fun.”

– Participant’s Parent

Volunteer at your Discovery Day!
We are looking for volunteers to help out at Discovery Days! If you are interested, please sign up using this link. If you have any questions, please contact Nicole at opportunities@4-hontario.ca

Please read our Camp, Conference and Competition Registration Policies and Procedures.

You can find the 4-H Inclusion Statement here.

For more information, please contact:
4-H Ontario’s Coordinator, Programming

Thanks to our sponsor, Beef Farmers of Ontario

For all youth ages 12–15 (prior to January 1, 2024)

4-H Ontario will be running its popular Youth Adventure Camp in August. This experience encompasses four days and three nights of learn to do by doing activities in leadership, teamwork, communication and more – all while enjoying the beautiful facilities. In addition to these activities, participants swim, canoe, play games, enjoy campfires and have camp challenge nights. There are many adventures awaiting you at Youth Adventure Camp.


  • Date: August 18-21, 2024
  • Location: Camp Winnebagoe, Huntsville ON
  • Price: $375+HST – this includes a camp t-shirt!
  • Optional Chartered Bus fee: $80+HST

4-H Ontario is offering charter buses for Youth Adventure Camp.* Making stops at London, Guelph and Cookstown.

*Buses need a minimum of 20 passenger to run.

REGISTRATION IS AT CAPACITY – Please join the waitlist if you are interested in attending Youth Adventure Camp


For more information, please contact:
4-H Ontario’s Coordinator, Programming

Supported by Beeler Family 4-H Ontario Endowment Fund


For current 4-H Members ages 16-21 (as of December 31, 2024)

Provincial 4-H Leadership Camp is a life-changing experience you won’t forget! Join us for six days and five nights where you’ll develop your leadership skills through fun challenges involving teamwork, exploration and self-reflection.

Provincial 4-H Leadership Camp (PLC) is the flagship program for 4-H Ontario and one we’re very proud of.

For over 50 years, PLC has helped 4-H Members enhance their leadership, communication, goal setting and teamwork skills through hands-on activities, including:

  • Explore the Outdoors
  • Lead a team across a raging river
  • Reenact the day as part of the fleet log
  • Plan, run and coordinate parts of the camp as an individual and in teams
  • Plus, many more activities that add up to the experience of a lifetime

Read what some recent participants had to say about PLC:

“I had a great time and I wish I could come back every year!”
“This camp changed my life and I will leave here with new friends and memories I will never forget.”

– 2017 PLC participants

4-H Ontario Chartered Bus

We know that getting to camp can be a barrier; we’re aiming to assist with that by providing a 4-H Ontario Chartered Bus. Bus pick-up and drop-off is in Guelph Ontario. The bus will leave Guelph at noon on the Saturday. Estimated time of arrival back to Union Station on Thursday is 1:00 p.m. More details about the bus will be provided in your registration package. Please be sure to add this item to your cart when registering if you would like to take the bus.

2025 Registration Information: Coming Soon

Thanks to our sponsor, Dairy Farmers of Ontario

Dairy Farmers of Ontario








Watch for information on FLIA 2026 coming soon!

Future Leaders in Action is an advanced level leadership development camp that combines leader­ship training and fun, challenging activities for a five-day, four-night experience participants will never forget.

If you’re looking to take a leadership role in your school, community, 4-H Club or beyond, Future Leaders in Action (FLIA) can help you get there.

Make friends that last a lifetime in a supportive environment. Over five days and four nights, you’ll gain new skills in leadership and facilitation techniques, such as:

  • Learn how to work with different personalities
  • Identify and improve your personal communication style
  • Explore group leadership techniques
  • Conquer the high ropes course, our FLIA escape room and more!

Read what some 2024 participants had to say about FLIA .

“FLIA has taught me lots about leadership and different things that I could use in meetings to get new ideas and to deal with difficult people.”

“(FLIA has taught me) To have more confidence in myself and my abilities as a leader and part of a team.”

Thanks to our sponsor, Dairy Farmers of Ontario

Dairy Farmers of Ontario