4-H LOST Camp

As a kick-off to the new school year, 4-H offers middle school students the opportunity to have fun with science by attending the annual 4-H LOST (Louisiana Outdoor Science and Technology) Camp. This educational camp is a 4-day, 3-night adventure for 7th-8th graders (as of May 2024). Campers enjoy interactive recreational activities such as swimming, canoeing/kayaking, archery, volleyball, dancing, arts and crafts, and much more. While at 4-H LOST Camp, campers select 3 educational tracks in which they participate in fun activities each morning that are focused on that area. The tracks include videography, wetlands, outdoor adventures, SET (science, engineering, and technology), and more! In the evening, campers enjoy free time, which includes hanging out with new friends at the dance, movies, swimming pool, or arts and crafts building.

Attending LOST Camp is a great way to meet new friends from across the state of Louisiana. Campers sleep in large, air conditioned cabins at the Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center in Pollock, Louisiana.

To register for 4-H LOST Camp, you must complete and submit the following information to the St. Charles Parish LSU AgCenter Office by the deadline – May 1, 2024.

  • LOST Camp application – Application & Participant Agreement
  • $75 deposit

2024 4-H LOST Camp Information for St. Charles Parish 4-H’ers:

Camping Dates: July 29 - August 1, 2024

Where: Grant Walker 4-H Educational Center in Pollock, La.

Cost: $190.00 (includes lodging; cost does not include optional items)

*Scholarships and payment plans are available. See application for details.

Application Deadline – May 1: Please submit your application along with your deposit to the St. Charles Parish 4-H Office as stated on the application.

Additional information: An e-mail will be sent to selected campers with more details regarding this educational trip. The selection process is stated in the application.
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