Junior Grange Camps

JUNIOR GRANGE CAMPS are for all kids ages 9-14 years. There is always something to do at Junior Grange Camp!

Six Great Camps to Attend!


The daily program includes wholesome activities, healthy exercise, and a fun camping experience. The camper will learn about the Grange and make many new friends. Throughout the day they will be encouraged to become leaders and have fun. It is not necessary for the camper nor their parents to be members of the Grange, but if you are not a member, we encourage you to talk to one of the camp staff to find out more about this family organization.

Visitors' Night

Parents and guardians are WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED to come on Visitors' Night to see what their young campers have learned. The program begins at 7:30 pm. There is a $5.00 charge for dining visitors. There is an overnight charge, please check with the camp on how much that is.

Health and Safety

Every possible precaution will be taken to safeguard your child. This is the first responsibility and concern of the camp staff. Understand that participation at camp is at will and that it is terminable at any time with or without cause by either party. However, after your camper has spent the first night, there are no refunds.

CAMP STAFF MUST FILL OUT A BACKGROUND CHECK & AN ADULT MEDICAL FORM BEFORE THEY WILL BE ABLE TO PARTICIPATE!

What to Bring to Camp

  • CAMP MEDICAL PERMISSION & REGISTRATION FORM
  • Ideas for Program & Skits
  • Dress clothes for Visitors' Night
  • Changes of clothes for the week
  • At least two pairs of shoes is advisable
  • Towels
  • Soap and shampoo, toothbrush, & toothpaste
  • Sleeping bag, blankets & pillow
  • Camera, flashlight & batteries
  • Stamped pre-addressed envelopes
  • Insect repellent
  • Bathing suit (NO BIKINIS)
  • Jacket, sweater, or sweatshirt

What NOT to Bring to Camp

  • Short shorts
  • Flip Flops
  • Fireworks, knives, laser pointers or weapons
  • Alcohol, drugs or tobacco
  • Food, snacks, pop, etc.
  • Boom boxes, CD players, iPods, mp3 players
  • Electronic devices, including but not limited to cell phones & pagers
  • Money