Canter's Cave 4-H Camp is currently seeking applications for Summer Staff, Seasonal Food Service Workers, and Maintenace Staff. Position Descriptions and Applications can be found below.
Summer Staff Application: go.osu.edu/campstaff
If you are interested in any food service or maintenance positions please contact camp directly.
About Canter’s Cave:
Canter’s Cave is a 4-H Camp located in southern Ohio, it is situated in Jackson Township in northeastern Jackson County just east of U.S. Route 35. 4-H bought Canter’s Cave in 1949 and later expanded the holdings to more than 350 acres. Canter’s Cave serves as the site of summer camps for 4-H programs in 10 counties: Adams, Brown, Gallia, Highland, Jackson, Lawrence, Meigs, Pike, Scioto and Vinton. These counties make the camp corporation who own the facility. Most of the camp activities are held at the Elizabeth L. Evans Outdoor Education Center which is named for the family of Bob Evans, a famous restaurateur. Additionally, the camp facility boasts multiple cabins, leadership center, year-round housing facilities, pool, pond, shooting ranges and hiking trails leading to the numerous caves on the camp property. Canter’s Cave also is the site of numerous other activities such as banquets, weddings, retreats, outdoor historical seminars and trade fairs.
Serving youth and adults - The Elizabeth L. Evans Outdoor Education Center provides an environment for the social and educational development of youth and adult groups through resident camping, retreats, seminars and other programs and events.