Fulton County’s 4-H Camp Palmer Opening To The Public This Summer For Family Activities

969520_482759988476510_1888504103_n (WEB)Nestled in the woods, just north of Harrison Lake State Park, in the northwest corner of Fulton County is 4-H Camp Palmer. It is a place that either people know and love; or wish they knew more about. School children, 4H campers and church groups learn, play, and grow into community leaders inside this island surrounded by farm fields. Camp Palmer is opening to the public with our newest camp – Family Camp. Now, families can experience what 4-Her’s have been doing for years.
Come and enjoy Camp Palmer – Family Camp – Saturday, August 2- Sunday, August 3, 2014. This camp is for everyone who likes to camp and enjoy their families in an outdoor setting.

Experience rustic lodging; enjoy two meals and a campfire. Activities will include, but will not be limited to, canoeing, swimming, zipline, climbing wall, archery and many more fun things to do. Families will camp together in a cabin as a family unit. Cabin space is limited; so register early. Come hang out with family and friends and have a good time.

Contact Camp Palmer at 419-237-2247 or email us at wurth.6@osu.edu. The flyer and registration form are available on our website at www.camppalmer.org.

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