SC map showing counties with 4H2O summer programs

Where can I find a camp?

Clemson Extension and our partners are happy to offer unique camp opportunities for youth in the counties named below. If your county is not listed as having a camp, please check with the most nearby coordinating agents, as most camps accept youth from surrounding counties. Thank you!

Abbeville

Anderson

 - Exploring Lake Hartwell

Beaufort

Beaufort County conducts 4-H2O watershed science learning opportunities for youth in a non-camp format. For more information, please contact the County 4-H agent; contact information can be found at the Beaufort county website.

Darlington
Campers will do water chemistry experiments on , visit a creek to collect macro invertebrates and learn how to use a microscope. Campers will also enjoy canoeing, fishing, creative arts and outdoor games related to water quality.

Tri-County: Berkeley, Charleston, Dorchester
- Exploring Lowcountry Waterways

Florence, Chesterfield, Dillon, Marlboro counties
Exploring Pee Dee Waterways

Greenville

  - Exploring Lake Hartwell

Jasper
Jasper County conducts 4-H2O watershed science learning opportunities for youth in a non-camp format. For more information, please contact the County 4-H agent; contact information can be found at the Jasper county website.

Lee

Lexington & Richland

- Exploring the Congaree Watershed
- Exploring Lake Murray

McCormick

Oconee

 - Exploring Lake Hartwell

Pickens

 - Exploring Lake Hartwell