4-H Summer Camp

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Summer 2022 at the Eastern 4-H Center!

Tyrrell County 4-H will be camping at the Eastern 4-H Center this year, June 26–July 1.

The 4-H Summer Camp experience enables a child learn while kayaking, canoeing, rock climbing, learning about nature, performing in skits, and even perfecting archery skills. The Eastern 4-H Center does all of this and more…our Team Challenge Course is also great way for campers to improve communication and teamwork skills. Along with well-trained counselors and program instructors, every camper will have memories and friendships that last a lifetime.

To reserve your spot, you must fill out the REGISTRATION FORM and pay the $50 non-refundable deposit at the Extension Office. A spot will not be held until the deposit is paid.

What About COVID-19?

Camps are taking every precaution to prevent the spread of the virus. Many camps were able to successfully operate last summer and we are making every effort to do so this year.

Cost: $250

Tyrrell County youth are fortunate to be partially funded for this week-long camp through the Parker Cahoon Foundation. Cost to attend 4-H Camp is usually $500 if enrolled through a 4-H program or $625 if enrolled separately.


  • Remember you need a current physical to attend camp

We currently still have spots available for male and female campers. A $50 deposit is required to hold your camper’s spot.

Agents/Campers/Staff/Volunteers Before Camp

*Information Coming Soon*

Refund Policy

  • If the university makes the decision to cancel camp, refunds will be provided. Otherwise, there is no change to the standing policy. The current policy allows for documented medical issues, minus the deposit.