North Dakota 4-H Camp and Luhman Ranch

**Please CLICK HERE to find more information regarding the 2021 North Dakota 4-H camps **

The North Dakota 4-H Foundation manages two properties that are used to support the 4-H program in North Dakota.

They include:

  • North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn. The camp is on 80 acres of wooded riverfront property 1.5 miles west of Washburn, ND, and has provided overnight camping as an educational experience for years. Programs are designed to develop life skills for safe and healthful living, enhance personal development and provide constructive uses of leisure time.

Interested in renting the camp facility for conferences, seminars, retreats or meeting? Find more information in the brochure.

  • Luhman Ranch near Dickinson. The Luhman Ranch was established in 1940 by Arnold and Helen Luhman. The ranch began as a milking operation and raising chickens. Their children Marilyn and Dale, grew up active in 4-H. Dale married Tammy Bren and together they developed a successful registered Angus operation. Dale passed away March 22, 2011. Dale and Tammy's dream was to "make a difference" in someone's life and they were always supportive of 4-H programs. In 2014, Tammy donated the ranch to the North Dakota 4-H Foundation.
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