All North Carolina 4-H Camps are open to the public. Youth do not have to be a member of a 4-H Club to attend.
For over 80 years, North Carolina 4-H has built its camp program around centers located from the sandy coast to the forested mountains. Each year, more than 4,000 campers from all 100 counties, the Cherokee Indian Reservation, and Fort Bragg come to these sites.
Learn about the North Carolina 4-H Centers:
- Betsy-Jeff Penn
- Eastern 4-H Environmental Education Conference Center
- Eastern 4-H Center Home Page
Why Go to 4-H Camp?
- What Should I Bring to Camp?
- Objectives of the NC 4-H Camp Program
- Information for Parents
- Campers Code of Conduct
- Camp - A World of Good for our Youth
- Learn about the Shooting Sports Program
- Join the NC 4-H Summer Camping Staff!
- 4-H Enrollment Form
- Health Form
- Forms for Camp Administrative Staffs and Agents