Registration is now open for all of our exciting 4-H camps. The 2020 4-H summer camp season is just around the corner and we are gearing up with fun activities, games, good times and more. 4-H has the perfect summer camp for your child.

Check out the camps listed below and register your young person for one or more. Each camp offers a great summer camp experience.

Jr. Camp is June 8-12 at the Ridley 4-H Center in Columbia. This camp is for fourth through sixth grade youth. Campfires, crafts, friends, sports, creek stomping, wildlife and swimming are just a few of the fun activities. Deadline to register is May 15.

Jr. High Camp is for sixth – eighth grade youth on July 6-10 also at Columbia. Youth attending 4-H camp enjoy a variety of activities! The camp features an Olympic-size pool with a 120 foot, figure 8 water slide; a lighted sports complex with a softball field; and volley ball and basketball courts. Other facilities include a wildlife center, covered rifle range, airbrush center, a creek for aquatic exploration, modern archery range, low ropes course and an 18 hole miniature golf course. Deadline to turn in application is May 30.

Electric Camp is June 29-July 2 at UT Knoxville. This is a fun-filled adventure in electricity camp for sixth and seventh grades. It features learning centers staffed by electric utility professionals. Deadline to register is April 30.

O.W.L.S.-Wildlife Camp is May 26 – May 29 at Dover, Tenn., Land Between the Lakes. This camp is for sixth – tenth grade youth. This camp is geared towards 4-H’ers who love to be outside enjoying nature and all it has to offer. Deadline to register is April 29.

Line and Design Camp is July sixth-eighth at UT Martin. This camp is for sixth – twelfth grade youth. At camp, projects include sewing, pottery, and jewelry making. Deadline to register is June 15.

For more information and cost on any of the camps listed above please go to our web page at You can also call us at 731-852-2831 or just come by to visit at 21 North White Oak S., Decaturville. Programs in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and resource development. University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture and county governments cooperating. UT Extension provides equal opportunities in programs and employment.

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