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4-H CAMP IS FOR EVERYONE! Campers DO NOT have to be 4-Hers or 4-H club members to attend 4-H Camp. Campers can register for camp through Open Enrollment OR save and enroll with your County 4-H Program, call the Eastern 4-H Center for more information and availability.

4-H Summer Camp
Age: 8-12
Dates: FULL - June 20 - 25, 2021
FULL -  July 25 - 30, 2021
FULL - August 1 - 6, 2021
Cost: $525 per camper
The 4-H Summer Camp experience enables a child learn while kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, learning about nature, performing in skits, and even perfecting archery skills. The Eastern 4-H Center does all of this and more…our Team Challenge Course is also great way for campers to improve communication and teamwork skills. Along with well-trained counselors and program instructors, every camper will have memories and friendships that last a lifetime.
4-H Adventure Camp
Age: 13-14
Dates: FULL - June 20 - 25, 2021
FULL - August 1 - 6, 2021
Cost: $525 per camper
Not ready to give up the 4-H Camp Experience? The 4-H Adventure Camp is for our 13 and 14 year old campers. Designed to provide more mature campers a wilderness experience, participants learn how to build campfires, manage a campsite, cook over an open flame, and implement basic navigation and survival skills. (NOTE FOR 2021 ADVENTURE CAMP -  to follow the Covid-19 Policies and Procedures, the mid-week, adventure campers' overnight camping trip at Pettigrew State Park to employ their new skills IS CANCELED.) Trained staff accompanies campers throughout the week, facilitating outdoor activities and friendships!
Cloverbud Camp
Age: 5-7
Dates: July 25 - 29, 2021
Cost: $330 per camper
Cloverbud Camp is the ideal first “stay-away” overnight camp for 5-7 year olds. Smaller ratios of staff to campers provide youngsters the special attention and care they deserve. Cloverbud Campers participate in all of the “big kid” activities like canoeing & kayaking, swimming, rock climbing, sports & games, and our fun evening activities.
Marine Science & Sailing Camp
Age: 11-16
Dates: FULL - July 11 - 16, 2021
Cost: $525 per camper
Marine Science and Sailing Camp – The beautiful Albemarle Sound serves as the backdrop for this amazing camp designed with the teenager in mind. Sailing in the sound is taught by an experienced instructor. The warm shallow waters of Bulls Bay make this both safe and enjoyable for participants. Marine science and ecology programs are included throughout the week. Campers can learn about coastal forestry, hurricanes, fish and sea mammals.
Camp Canvasback
Age: 10-17
Dates: July 11 - 16, 2021
Cost: $525 per camper
Nationally recognized and awarded Camp Canvasback is a wonderful summer program that encourages and educates young hunters on waterfowl conservation. Teenage girls and boys participate in activities that help them understand waterfowl biology, wetland ecology, hunting techniques, and other conservation practices. (PLEASE NOTE for 2021 camp season, ALL Canvasback Campers must acquire their Hunter Education card before attending camp! (To register for an online hunter's education class, CLICK HERE.) The camp consists of a 4-year tract, with campers progressing to the next tract the following year to build on previously learned skills. Many skills taught include shotgun safety, shooting & firearm care, waterfowl identification, duck blind construction, GPS navigation, boat & water safety, and first aid. Camp Canvasback is available to 10-17 year olds for $525 per camper.
Call 252 797-4800 for camp registration questions and Eastern 4-H camp inquiries. For more information about all 4-H Camps located throughout North Carolina, visit
Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to Jenn Standish, Center Director at the Eastern 4-H Center, (252) 797-4800 or

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