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Camp is for everybody -- 4-H and non-4-H members How do I get in on all the fun? Our camp is open to all within the age ranges. No previous involvement in 4-H is required, nor is membership in 4-H.
 There are TWO ways to enroll in a fun-filled week of Summer Camp:
Option 1: Many North Carolina counties have already reserved a block of camper spots for 4-H Summer Camp. Discounts and transportation are often available when you come with your county group. If you want to camp with your county group, contact your County Extension Center's office and ask about their summer camp options.
Option 2: You can register directly for ANY week of Summer Camp - Traditional 4-H Camp, Adventure Camp, Cloverbud Camp, Camp Canvasback, or Day Camp through our open enrollment process. CAMP REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON where you can register for your 2022 camp session and pay the $50 non-refundable deposit online.  After the camp registration is processed, you will receive an email confirmation receipt and camp forms.

Please Note -
Camp Check-in time is 2 pm on Sundays and Check-out time is 10 am on Fridays of every camp week unless otherwise noted.
                Exception - Cloverbud Camp check-out is 10 am on Thursday.
Check our Camp FAQs for more information or call 252 797-4800!
Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to Jenn Standish, Center Director at the Eastern 4-H Center, (252) 797-4800 or jlstandi@ncsu.edu

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