Teen Activities

Girl Scouts

Through Girl Scout programs, girls make choices and decisions on what they will do and how they will accomplish it, set goals as a team and participate in hands-on activities that allow them to think critically. Girl Scouts develop skills that support success in school, while also getting additional opportunities to learn about problem-solving, collaboration and how to actively engage in their communities. Girls credit Girl Scouts with helping to:


Camp Fire

Camp Fire has actively engaged youth and teens in building essential skills for life for more than 100 years. We're proud of our heritage of cultivating community building, supporting academic readiness, and embracing diversity. Camp Fire was founded in 1910 to guide young people on their journey to self-discovery. In 2012, Camp Fire became the first national youth development organization in the United States to implement the methodology for thriving developed by the Thrive Foundation for Youth (www.thrivefoundation.org).


4-H/WSU Cooperative Extension – Cowlitz County

“Every child has inside him an aching void for excitement and if we don’t fill it
with something which is exciting and interesting and good for him, he will fill it with
something which is exciting and interesting and which isn’t good for him.” -- Theodore Roosevelt

To develop capable, caring, contributing citizens through research-based, guided adventure exploration and experiential learning models. We accomplish our mission by building life skills using the natural environment and adventure-based activities within a full value community.