"Range Camp took me out of my comfort zone in the best way possible. I was exposed to new ideas, new people, and that week began my journey to working in the world of conservation science." Owen Sowerwine, Top Camper (2015) and High School Youth Forum participant (2016)
Range Camp 2023
Range Camp 2023
WHEN: Sunday, June 18th through Friday June 23rd.
WHERE: UC Elkus Ranch, Half Moon Bay, CA
APPLICATIONS can be found here.
COSTS: $750 BUT- SCHOLARSHIPS are available for any camper who might want it, please reach out for more information.
Payments for camp can be made here.
Any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Forms Needed for Camp
Please click on each item to be taken to the needed form. Each of these need to be completed and uploaded with the application to be complete.
RC2023 UCANR Health Forms_fillable
We are committed to doing all we can to keep our staff, volunteers, speakers and campers all healthy as we are all still dealing with COVID-19 in our communities. We will be following all of the guidelines outlined by the University of California. Below is the pre-arrival and arrival COVID guidelines as requested by our health supervisor (aka "Camp Nurse"). While we recognize that the State and the University are transitioning in their COVID protocols, for the health of all campers and staff, we ask that you follow the guidelines if you have COVID, or even flu symptoms, to keep everyone healthy.
- Vaccination is NOT a requirement to attend camp, but campers and volunteers must provide vaccination status prior to camp. This information will be kept confidential and accessible only to Camp Nurse and only used if necessary for determining response to a positive case.
- Testing – all attendees at Range Camp must be tested for COVID-19 and provide proof of a negative test. Additional information about testing can be found on 4-H Camp COVID Checklist.
- During the week prior to camp, campers (and their parents), and adult volunteers are advised to daily screen themselves for symptoms that are new or not caused by a known or existing condition.
- Symptoms include: Fever or chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue, Muscle or body aches, Headache, New loss of taste or smell, Sore throat, Congestion or runny nose, Nausea or vomiting, Diarrhea. For more information about symptoms, seehttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
- Campers (and their parents) and adult volunteers should not come to camp if they test positive, have symptoms, or have had close contact with someone who has COVID within 10 days prior to camp.
- Upon arrival at camp, all campers and adult volunteers must provide proof of negative COVID test.
- If any persons do not have test results, they must be isolated and tested, pending results.
- The health supervisor will screen all persons attending camp to confirm none have COVID symptoms.