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...A resort setting and comfortable accommodations, where the only interfering noises are the sounds of nature!
The Eastern 4-H Center offers a picturesque setting, state-of-the-art facility, great dining and comfortable accommodations that offer a top-quality experience at competitive prices. Our get-away location also guarantees high productivity at working meetings while offering outstanding opportunities for recreation—all right here. Activities like golf and fishing and more are within reach, too. Where else can you get away so completely and be so economically close to home?

Corporate, non-profit and government agency groups can use the facility for team building, leadership and other group training. Plan your workshop, seminar or meeting for up to 250 guests using the Center's conference facilities.

Meals &Lodging
The Center’s waterfront dining facility accommodates up to 150 guests and buffet meal service (plated dinners and portion-control assistance with buffet must be requested in advance). Our talented dining staff creates fabulous food for every occasion from camp to conferences and special events. They'll make box lunches and bar-b-ques, too. With the bayside setting, dining on Bulls Bay is spectacular and definitely not typical camp dining!

The Center also accommodates guests with overnight lodging in executive lodge rooms or group cabins. Groups can choose from comfortable executive lodges with twenty (20) hotel-style rooms (which will accommodate 40-60 guests). Fourteen rooms have two queen beds and six rooms have four bunk beds. Lodge porches can serve as hospitality stations and informal meeting areas, too! The group cabins are also climate-controlled with bunk beds so groups can ‘rough it smoothly’. Each cabin can host up to 24 guests (96 guests total in all four cabins).

The Eastern 4-H Center hosts many groups traveling throughout North Carolina and beyond, from hosting multi-day retreats to weddings on the waterfront.

Please note, due to our summer camp programs for youth; retreats, conferences, seminars or workshops are not scheduled during June or July.
Accommodation requests related to a disability should be made to Jenn Standish, Center Director at the Eastern 4-H Center, (252) 797-4800 or

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