For years, kids and teens have enjoyed a week at 4-H Camp and have participated in day camps in their home counties. But this summer, those traditional activities have been put on hold.

4-H Agents in the Florida panhandle know that summer just isn’t summer without 4-H camps. So, they are bringing summer camp to you with new camps introduced each week through the end of July! Beginning May 18th, registration is open for these virtual summer camps:

• Range Ready Shotgun Camp ,Ages 10-18, Begins June 1

• The Culinary Arts, Ages 8-18, Begins June 9

• Virtual Tailgate Grilling Day Camp, Ages 11-18, Begins June 15

• Lead with 4-H, Ages 11-18, June 23-25

• 4-H Graphic Design Project, Ages 8-18, June 23-25

• Roller Coaster Science, Ages 8-18, July 6, 8 & 10 and July 13, 15 & 19

• From Seed to Food and Plant to Plate , Ages 5-10, Begins July 13

• Having Sew Much Fun, Ages 5-18, July 13 – 17

• Small Animal Livestock, Ages 5-18, Begins July 13

• Honey Bees, Ages 5-18, July 20

• W.O.L.F. Camp, Ages 11-18, Begins July 20

• Florida 4-H University, Ages 12-18, July 27-30

4-H Summer Adventure Camps are open to youth ages 5-18 years old, and you don’t have to be a 4-H member to participate. They are also free of charge! Our website will give you a description of the camps, intended ages, and registration link.

To register, you’ll enter your camper’s information, and choose your camps. Once your camper is registered, you’ll be contacted by email by a UF/IFAS Extension 4-H agent with a direct link to the camp page. All camps are formatted to work on computers, tablets, and smartphones.

For more information about 4-H in your county, find your Gulf County UF IFAS Extension Office, 4-H Agent Julie McMillian, 850-639-3200,