Health and Safety Information
The health and safety of your camper is Georgia 4-H’s primary concern as we make plans for camp. The information on the Georgia 4-H Summer Camp website linked below outlines steps being taken to keep our campers, leaders, and staff safe. This information is current but will be adapted as necessary according guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Georgia Department of Public Health (GDPH), University of Georgia (UGA), or Governor’s Executive Order. All health and safety information related to 2022 Georgia 4-H Summer Camp can be found at the Georgia 4-H Summer Camp page and the COVID-19 Health and Safety Precautions document.
Gordon County can only take a limited number of youth to camp, so get your application in soon and join us this summer! Gordon County 4-H will be using an online registration process that will give families a fair opportunity to sign up on a first come, first serve basis. This Qualtrics program marks a time stamp at the completion of the form to ensure an unbiased and fair sign-up for you and your camper. Camp registration begins at 8:00 AM on Tuesday, February 15 until spaces are filled.
Payment of camp can be divided into as many payments as you need; however, a deposit of $100 must be submitted within a week of completing your application to reserve your spot for camp and the balance of all specialty camps must be received by May 11 and the balance of Cloverleaf Camp must be received by June 30, 2022. Financial assistance is available on a limited basis and scholarship requests are a part of the online camp application. Applications for financial assistance are considered on a rolling basis, so complete your application early.