2022 4-H Camp

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There are few tools as powerful as the camp experience to positively impact the lives of young people. Whether it’s through nurturing social skills, building self-confidence, re-connecting kids with nature, or supporting positive peer to peer relationships, North Carolina 4-H Camp has the power to transform the lives of every child that walks through our doors.

What will my child learn at 4-H Camp?

Your child can look forward to a week of making new friends, swimming, horseback riding, archery, canoeing, rock climbing, games, campfires, sleeping in cabins, and much more. The life skills they learn at camp, including responsibility and independence, will help them in school, in their first jobs and for the rest of their lives.

Yancey County 4-H will be camping at Betsy-Jeff Penn 4-H Educational Center in June 19-24, 2022. We will be camping with Madison and Henderson counties from the West district, along with Ashe, Beaufort, Edgecombe and Nash counties from other parts of the State.

Children ages 8-12 can attend traditional 4-H camp. Limited spaces are available for 13-14 year-olds in the Adventure and Trekker programs. The 4-H Camp tuition is $500, which is all-inclusive of your child’s six-day experience at an accredited camping center. To reserve your child’s spot for 2022, a $75 deposit is required, which goes towards the camp total. Scholarships are available through Yancey County 4-H. Contact Jordan for more information.

Join us on Tuesday, December 7th at 5:30 p.m. at the Yancey County Cooperative Extension Office for an informational meeting about 4-H Camp.

Contact Jordan English, 4-H Agent, if you would like more information about reserving a space for your child at 4-H Camp next summer! Call 828-682-6186 or email jordan_english@ncsu.edu.