Harrison County 4-H Camps
Join us for Harrison County 4-H Camps
- Camp is a safe environment with trained adult volunteers who serve as counselors.
- Camp is open to all youth in Harrison County
- Youth take part in educational and fun classes each day like fishing, tie-dye, archery, cooking, STEM, and many more.
- Youth have the opportunity to swim and play sports and recreation each day.
- Campers learn life skills like decision making, leadership, teamwork and many more.
- Campers meet lifelong friends from all over the county.
Harrison County offers a week-long 4-H camp in the summer. Harrison County Younger 4-H Camp is for youth currently enrolled in 3rd grade through 6th grade. Harrison County Older 4-H Camp is for youth currently enrolled in 8th grade through the age of 21. Youth currently in 7th grade have the option of attending either older or younger camp, but must choose between the two. Both Older and Younger 4-H camps are overnight, residential camps. Harrison County also offers a 4-H Cloverbud Day Camp for youth currently enrolled in kindergarten through 2nd grade .
Harrison County 4-H Camp (Older and Younger) – Camp Registration – June 25 – June 30, 2017
Camp Scholarship Application – Camp Scholarship Request – Return to the office by June 1, 2017
Cloverbud Day Camp – Cloverbud Day Camp Registration – Monday, July 17 – Thursday, July 20, 2017
Please contact Jason Burnside, WVU Harrison County 4-H & Youth Development Extension Agent at (304) 624-8650 or via e-mail at Jason.Burnside@mail.wvu.edu or Beth Skidmore, WVU Harrison County 4-H Program Assistant at the above phone number or at Elizabeth.Skidmore@mail.wvu.edu with any questions.