Our camp is located on Lake Cascade in Donnelly, Idaho. If the weather is right your child can enjoy canoe and swimming in the beautiful Lake Cascade. The lake also makes a beautiful camp fire backdrop.
Run, walk, drive or we have multiple bus pick-up locations in the Treasure Valley to help you get your child to camp. Drop-off and pick-up your child at a convent location. Locations include:
-Ada County Extension Office-Boise
-Canyon County Extension Office-Caldwell
-Horseshoe Bend Chevron Station
Morning Wake up
Breakfast in the Lodge
Clean up and get ready for the day
Lunch in the lodge
Foot on bunk- Rest time for campers to decompress
Afternoon Workshops and Snack
Free-time: Campers get to choose between a range of options including open games and swimming
Dinner in the lodge
Get ready for bed and lights out
Campers are placed into a specific cabin group for the week. They will share a cabin with these 8-9 other campers as well as 2 counselors. Their counselors will make sure they get enough sleep, get enough food at meal times, wear sunscreen, drink enough water, get places on time, have fun and much more.
We know how important it is to provide kids with healthy and nutritious meals. That's why we offer a variety of healthy meals and a snack each day that are both delicious and nutritious. We love our camp cook! We can accommodate any dietary restrictions or allergies.
If you have any questions about camp email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Sleeping Bag with stuff sack or plastic bag, or twin bedding
Bathroom kit (with soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo+ conditioner, deodorant, etc.) feminine hygiene products if appropriate
Brush or comb
Eyeglasses if needed
Refillable water bottle
5 T-shirts, 6 sets of underwear, 6 pairs of socks
1 pair of jeans or similar rugged pants
3 pairs of shorts
2 sweatshirts, 1 warm jacket, 1 rain jacket
2 pairs of closed toe shoes (at least 1 pair of sturdy tennis shoes)
Swim suit (should only be worn at swimming program)
1 pair of sandals (for waterfront and shower)
Optional: White t-shirt for tie-dye, pencil, paper, journal, travel games, playing cards, book for evening reading (no e-readers)
No phones, have your camper leave their phones at home campers are allowed to bring a camera
Tips and tricks: Our twin sized beds are most comfortable with a bottom sheet, even with a sleeping bag. Having a bag for dirty laundry can help your camper stay organized.
Adventure Camp is a place where we all come together. Please do not pack anything derogatory, vulgar, violent, offensive, drug/alcohol/tobacco related, knives or divisive clothing or items. This includes: risqué clothing as well as overt political statements. Everything we do at camp is through the lens of our 4-H values of head, heart, hands, and health.
Things often get misplaced or lost during camp. Make sure you label your child's belongings to help things not get lost. If you think your child left something at camp please email idaho4Hadventurecamp@uidaho.edu and we will do what we can to locate and return it to you.
The Camp will take reasonable security measures to safeguard participants' belongings. However, participants and their parents/guardians understand that it is ultimately their responsibility to ensure the security of their personal property.
The Camp, its staff, and affiliates shall not be held liable for any loss, theft, or damage to personal property during the camp session. This includes but is not limited to electronic devices, jewelry, clothing, or any other personal belongings.