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Cloverleaf Camp: This camp takes place at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and is open to any interested 4th - 6th graders. Campers take part in activities such as archery, canoeing, herpetology, lake ecology, swimming, and so much more.
Junior Camp: This camp alternates being hosted at Fortson 4-H Center or 4-H at Camp Jekyll and is open to any interested 7th - 8th graders. Activities are based on which center is hosting Junior Camp.
Wilderness Challenge Camp: This camp takes place at Wahsega 4-H Center and is open to any interested 7th - 8th graders. Activities include white water rafting, ziplining, hiking, and so much more!
Marine Resources Camp: This camp is typicall held at Burton 4-H Center and is open to any interested 6th - 8th graders. Activities include beach ecology, shark dissection, marsh cruise, and so much more!
Senior Camp: This camp is held at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and is open to any interested 9th - 12th graders. Activities include archery, canoeing, swimming, and so much more!
Senior Extreme Camp: This camp is held at Pioneer Camp at Rock Eagle 4-H Center and is open to any interested 9th - 12th graders. Youth will camp in a tent that they bring, cook some of their own meals, and spend a ton of quality time with friends being out in nature.