The Rock Eagle 4-H center encompasses 1,400 acres of land and includes a 110 acre eagle-shaped lake and a historic Native American effigy in the shape of an eagle. Classes such as archery, zip line, canoeing, wall climbing, native lore and sailing give campers new experiences and entertainment. Trained by the camps environmental education staff, counselors lead classes in lake ecology, herpetology and entomology in hands-on ways. In HOP (Health’s Our Pledge) classes, campers learn healthy eating and exercising habits by creating their own delicious smoothies and playing active games. There is also plenty of time built in to enjoy the center, which offers two huge swimming pools, a water slide and a putt-putt course.
How do I sign up?
We will start accepting camp registrations for DPA participants on November 11, 2017. Registration opens to everyone on February 1, 2018! Please come by the office to register for 2018 Cloverleaf Camp!
If you have questions, please call us at 912-437-6651