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Greenville County 4-H Summer Camps

  • Camp Long
    Camp Long
  • Camp Long Horse Session
    Camp Long
  • Cooking Like a Chef Camp
    Cooking Like a Chef
  • Cooking Like a Chef Campers Learning to Cook
    Cooking Like a Chef
  • Greenville Wet and Wild Camp Slip and Slide
    Greenville Wet and Wild Camp
  • Greenville Wet and Wild Camp Enviroscape
    Greenville Wet and Wild Camp
  • Junior Master Gardener Camp
    Junior Master Gardener Camp
  • Junior Master Gardener Camp Field Trip
    Junior Master Gardener Camp

Bored during the summer? 4-H offers a range of fun learning opportunities while engaging them in social events and recreational pursuits. This helps to establish a willingness to try new things and have fun at the same time. 

The 4-H Residential and Day camps offered are county-based programs depending on the county agent and facilities used. All camps foster a healthy connection for kids with the outdoors. They will be able to experience learning in a hands-on environment because 4-H wants them to learn by doing

Questions about the camps? Contact your Greenville County Agent, Patricia Whitener at pwhiten@clemson.edu or 864-365-0627 for more information. All forms should be emailed or delivered to Patricia Whitener at 301 University Ridge Suite 4300, Greenville, SC 29601, by the specified registration date.

Residential Camps 

4-H Club Summer Camp

A South Carolina tradition for over 50 years, 4-H Summer Camp offers traditional camp activities with plenty of fun, friends and adventure. This residential camp offers traditional camp activities with plenty of fun and adventure for youth ages 7-14. The camp sessions are either in Aiken or Summerton, SC.

Session 1: Theme: Leadership, 4-H Science and Healthy Lifestyles

Location: Camp Long: 82 Camps Long Road, Aiken, SC 29805

Dates: June 11-15, 2017

Session 2: Theme: Agriculture, Horses and Natural Resources

Location: Camp Bob Cooper: 8001 M.W. Rickenbaker Road, Summerton, SC 29148

Dates: July 23-27, 2017

Cost: $275 for 4-H members and $280 for non-members

Forms: Turn into Patricia Whitener

Flyer with Registration (PDF)

Day Camps

2018 Day Camps are STEM CampCooking Like a ChefGreenville Wet and Wild, and Junior Master Gardener 

STEM Camp

Ready for 4 days of 4-H fun? This camp is full of fun and amazing activities focused on Chemistry, Biology, Engineering, Robotics and Physics.

Email Patricia Whitener at pwhiten@clemson.edu to register.

Date/Time:

Location: Greenville County Extension Office at 301 University Ridge, Suite 4300, Greenville, SC 29601

Ages: youth 9-13 years old

Cost:

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Cooking Like a Chef

Do you want to enhance your culinary skills and nutrition knowledge and eat your way through learning? If you answered yes, then Cooking Like a Chef is the camp for you! Through hands-on cooking, demonstrations and tastings you will be ready to cook for you and your family. The day camps will be conducted by culinary teams- teens, coaches and others. 

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Date/Time:

Location: Greenville County Extension Office at 301 University Ridge, Suite 4300, Greenville, SC 29601

Ages: youth 9-14 years old

Cost:

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Greenville Wet & Wild Camp

A week long science education camp hosted by Greenville County 4-H and the Greenville County Soil and Water Conservation District, focusing on one of our most precious resources: water! Wet and Wild Camp activities begin in the clouds with the water cycle, dive into different water-based habitats, explore creatures above and below the surface, and teach how to keep our waterways clean, healthy and happy in a fun and interactive learning environment!

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Date/Time:

Location:

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Need-based scholarships available to eligible campers.

Mail or deliver scholarship request form (PDF) and watershed essay to:

Watershed Essay: Applicants must submit a one-page, hand-written essay answering the questions “What is a watershed? Why is it important to protect and preserve our watersheds?” Each child must write his or her own essay. Children from the same family must complete separate essays.

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Junior Master Gardener

Each year, the Greater Greenville Master Gardeners in collaboration with Greenville County 4-H offers a two- week summer camp at Roper Mountain Science Center for students in 3rd-5th grade. The purpose of the Junior Master Gardener program is to assist young people in acquiring a basic knowledge of gardening, leadership and service necessary to make a positive contribution to their family, school and community. Students who complete both weeks of camp will meet the requirements for the program and will be awarded certification as Junior Master Gardeners!

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Register through Roper Mountain Science Center Summer Camps at www.ropermountain.org.

Date/Time:

Location: Roper Mountain Science Center

Ages: 3rd- 5th grade

Cost:

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