Youth do NOT have to be a 4-H club member to attend camp.
Click below to find your county 4-H agent or to learn more about NC 4-H programs, events, and resources offered through NC State Extension.
For more than 80 years, North Carolina 4-H camping has taught youth life skills through centers located from the mountains to the sand hills to the coast. Each year, more than 4,000 campers from across the state participate in 4-H camping programs at North Carolina’s 4-H educational centers. Thousands more participate in conferences, school enrichment programs, special events and workshops.Additional information and forms
"First I was afraid to talk to people and I was shy.
Now I can talk and be myself.
I have changed the way I make friends.
I would let them come to me.
But now I go to them..."
"I used to be like hurry up, and now I am patient...
I always said I can't and now I say I can..."
"Millstone is like my own corner of the world. It is the only place I've ever felt 100% comfortable and 100% myself."
"I am not as shy, I’m making more friends, and I’m learning new things. I have made changes because this is not like anything I’ve ever done before and it makes me want to try new things."
All North Carolina 4-H Camps are managed and operated under North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) at North Carolina State University, one of two land-grant universities in the state. The North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service partners with communities to deliver education and technology that enrich the lives, land and economy of North Carolinians. Each center is managed by a full-time center director and supported by program directors, facility maintenance supervisors, food service supervisors, and seasonal team members dedicated to providing safe and exceptional facilities, programs and services for the citizens of North Carolina.