CELEBRATE CAMP PALMER - Sunday, October 5th 11:00am - 3:00pm

Our 7th Annual Celebrate Camp Palmer will be held on Sunday, October 5, 2014 from 11:00am - 3:00pm.  This is a time that Camp Palmer is open to the public.  We will have Zipline, Archery, Flying Squirrel, Shooting Sports, Climbing Wall, Canoeing, Children's Games, Pumpkin painting, wagon rides, vendors in Woodland Lodge, a free-will offering lunch and much more.  There is no cost for activities, so bring the whole family and come join us for a day of fun.  

About Camp Palmer

 4-H Camp Palmer is a modern camping complex nestled away in the woods adjacent to Harrison State Park in Fayette, Ohio.  Operated in conjunction with The Ohio State University, and Ohio State University Extension, the camp features complete indoor and outdoor living and recreational facilities.

4-H Camp Palmer offers youth and adult opportunities to groups interested in outdoor and environmental education,  leadership and team development programs.

4-H Camp Palmer Brick Memorial Fundraiser

Brick Memorial Application

4-H Camp Palmer is planning to build a memorial patio around the flagpole in main camp. Help us fill our patio by dedicating a brick.  The application can be downloaded and printed.

Please click on the "download" below, open and print the Brick Memorial Application. Complete the application and send to 4-H Camp Palmer, 26450 County Road MN, Fayette OH 43521 along with the fee.  Please call 419-237-2247 if you have any questions.  


Contact Us

4-H Camp Palmer
26450 Co. Rd. MN
Fayette, Ohio  43521-9575

Phone:      419-237-2247
Toll Free:  888-236-1195
Fax:            419-237-2455
Email:       4hcamppalmer@gmail.com



The American Camp Association (ACA) shares our camp’s  commitment to the growth of youth through the camp experience.
In 2004, an independent research firm completed the largest research study of camper outcomes ever conducted in the United States with over 3,000 families from 92 camps across the U.S. participating.

Results confirmed that camp builds many of the skills necessary to prepare campers to assume roles as successful adults. Parents, campers, and camp staff independently reported growth in areas such as self-confidence, learning new skills, getting along with others, making friends, and making healthy decisions. Indeed, camp provides growth experiences for youth that can reap results through adulthood.