Summer Overnight Camps
Georgia 4-H offers five-day, four-night summer camps for 4-H’ers of all ages. These camps take place at one of the 4-H Centers in Georgia and offer many fun and exciting activities. From zip lines and canoeing to trips to Stone Mountain and the beach, each camp has a different experience for a full week of adventures and new opportunities.
Georgia's 4-H summer camping program, administered through the county offices of UGA Cooperative Extension, offers a 4-H summer camping experience unparalleled in the nation. Every camp offers great adventure, friendship, and fun. If you love an outdoor adventure with lots of swimming, archery, hiking, and hands-on learning about nature then 4-H Camp is for you.
2022 Summer Camp Registration
Scholarships are available for Cloverleaf (4th-6th grade), Junior (7th-8th grade), and Senior (9th-12th grade) camps. They are based on need and participation level in Fulton County 4-H. The number and amount of scholarships available are based on the number of donations/funding we secure over the program year. After scholarships are awarded, the remainder of the camp fee must be paid by May 2nd for Junior and Senior Camp and June 3rd for Cloverleaf Camp. Recipients are responsible for paying the remainder of the cost of the camp not covered by the scholarship. Notification of scholarship decisions will be made by April 8th. Scholarship applications are due at the time of camp registration. A $75 camp deposit is due at the time of registration for all scholarship applicants. If your child is not selected for a scholarship and you no longer want to attend camp, your deposit will be returned. Submitting a camp scholarship application does not guarantee a spot for camp - campers must also complete the camp registration form in order to reserve their spot at camp.
To request a Need-Based Scholarship please contact Yvette Davis at email@example.com.