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4-H Camps

Exploring and discovering, encouraging and challenging; that’s what 4-H camping is all about. At four educational/recreational sites in Connecticut, 4-H campers have fun learning about themselves and the world. They have a great time making new friends in an out-of-doors setting. Campers have fun growing socially, intellectually and emotionally at 4-H camp.

Campers need not be 4-H members or live in towns near the camp. They sometimes attend with a friend and can request to be in the same cabin if they are the same age and sex. Transportation to and from camp is the responsibility of the parent.

Campers arrive at camp for one-week sessions on Sunday afternoons and depart after a closing program on Friday night. (Departure is Saturday morning at Hartford.)

Each camp has an open house in the spring for families to visit and meet the director. Call for dates or other arrangements to visit the facilities.
We offer one of the biggest camping bargains around! Camp fees are kept low with the help of numerous 4-H volunteers who work throughout the year to raise money in support of the camp program and spend hours maintaining the facilities.

2016 CT Camp Brochure

Information for 4-H Camps:

Windham-Tolland 4-H Camp
326 Taft Pond Road
Pomfret Center, CT 06259 860-974-3379
http://www.4hcampct.org

Middlesex County Camp
298 East Haddam Moodus Road
Moodus, CT 06469
860-873-2294 Fax: 860-873-2996
http://www.middlesexcountycamp.org

New London County 4-H Camp
Box 6002
Norwich, CT 06360 860-886-7476
http://www.my4hcamponline.com

Hartford County 4-H Camp
c/o Elsie Woolam, Camp Administrator
1225 Main Street
South Windsor, CT 06074
Camp Office:  860-289-4177
Camp Summer Only:  860-295-9444
email: htfd-co-4h-camp@juno.com
http://www.hartfordcounty4hcamp.org
 

Other 4-H Camp Highlights:

  • Campers have the opportunity to choose some activities
  • Balance of small group, large group and individual experiences
  • General camp programs include: - Archery
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Camp Craft – Outdoor Living Skills and Hiking
  • Drama and Dance
  • Nature and Environmental Studies
  • Recreation – Sports and Games
  • Swimming
  • Exciting all-camp celebrations

Health and Safety

  • Licensed medical personnel on property; physician on call 24 hours a day
  • Three well-balanced meals and snacks each day planned by a nutritionist
  • Red Cross certified waterfront personnel
  • Connecticut certified archery instructors
  • Campers live in cabins with counselors
  • Current physical examination by a physician required

Staff

  • Carefully selected, caring and mature
  • Expertise in a variety of subject areas with experience working with children
  • International staff provides cultural diversity
  • Participate in an intensive pre-camp training program on site