Does Your Child Want to Go to 4-H Camp?

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For more than 80 years, North Carolina 4-H camping has taught youth life skills through centers located from the mountains to the sand hills to the coast. Each year, more than 4,000 campers from across the state participate in 4-H camping programs at North Carolina’s 4-H educational centers. Thousands more participate in conferences, school enrichment programs, special events, and workshops. We are gearing up for our 2024, 4-H camping season and recruiting youth to attend camp.
A camper doing a high ropes course
If you have a child that would like to attend 4-H camp next summer please let us know some spots are still available but spots fill up fast. It is important to reserve spots in the fall so all the available camping spots do not fill up and your child has an opportunity to attend one of our awesome camps.
campers out on lake on paddleboardsWhile our 4-H camps and conference centers are each uniquely different based on their geographic location, each camp and conference center offers most of the same activities and resources, including: Archery, Cabins, Campfires, Canoeing, Challenge Courses, Climbing Walls, Dining Halls, Hiking Trails, Outdoor Education, Nature Study, Recreation Halls, Team building, and uniquely different Waterfronts. NC 4-H has three awesome camps to choose from:

If you would like to donate to support sending a Cherokee County youth to camp, please contact Shannon Coleman. Also, if you would like your child to participate in one of our great 4-H camps contact Shannon Coleman, by calling 828-837-2210 ext. 4 or email at for more information about camping with Cherokee County youth as a group. Also, get information on 4-H camping scholarships and 4-H camping payment plans.