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Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll

Georgia 4-H Summer Camp

UGA Cooperative Extension: Georgia 4-H

Camp Jekyll plays host to one of the many UGA Extension 4-H Summer Camps. Other camp locations include: Burton 4-H CenterWahsega 4-H Center,Rock Eagle 4-H Center, and Fortson 4-H Center. 4-H Camp on Jekyll Island is a week-long experience that includes visits to the beach and many other fun and exciting activities. 4-H Camp is a memorable and rewarding experience. Cooperation and character building, along with just having a great time, are all part of the camping adventure.

Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll - 2018 Camp Schedule

  • 4-H Cloverleaf Camp (6 Weeks)
    • Week 1 - June 4-8
    • Week 2 - June 11-15
    • Week 3 - June 18-22
    • Week 4 - June 25-29
    • Week 5 - July 2-6
    • Week 6 - July 9-13
  • Air Force Teen Leadership Summit  (1 Week)
    • Week 7 - July 15-20

Signing Up for Summer Camp

Each county is assigned to a 4-H center for a specific week of Cloverleaf Camp. Camp registration is not handled through the center but through your local County Extension Office. Most youth attending Cloverleaf Camp have completed the fifth or sixth grade; however, at their discretion counties may choose to allow campers who have completed the third or fourth grade to attend Cloverleaf Camp. ALL Cloverleaf campers must be 9-years-old on or before their first day of camp. This table lists where and when each county will attend Cloverleaf Camp in 2018 and contains active links to your County Extension office to call to sign up!

Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll Tentative Schedule

Tentative 2018 Cloverleaf Camp Schedule

What to bring/Packing List

Cloverleaf Camp at Camp Jekyll What to bring/Packing List

Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll Brag Book

Check out this Brag Book PDF presentation showcasing lots of pictures of the new Camp Jekyll Campus!

Summer Camp Promotional Videos

Cloverleaf Camp Activity Highlights

Cloverleaf Camp Highlights includes these activities (called voyages) led by enthusiastic and knowledge councslors:

Competition throughout the week between Color Crews for the Captain's Bell!
Explore Jekyll Island by Bike: riding along beach paths, forest trails, marsh boardwalks, and through the Historic District!
Get Wet at Summer Waves including the Turtle Creek Lazy River, Frantic Atlantic Wave Pool, and 5 slides!
Muddy Marsh Madness: catch a fiddler crab, enjoy a mud detritis facial, and sample a sea pickle!
Explore and shop at the new Jekyll Island Beach Village and Historic Distric Shops, and climb the trees at Driftwood Beach!

Search for shells on the beach, watch flying brown pelicans, look for dolphins, and learn about sea turtles!
Learn to canoe on the Tidelands Pond and get to know and meet the reptiles at Tidelands during Herpetology
See what you can catch in water while seining the intertidal zone for fish, squid, and crabs with your fellow campers!
Hike through the mysterious maritime forest,look for gators in the slough, and climb the Grandfather Tree!
Take a trip to the beach for splash during organized beach swims!
Have fun during Evening Rec with games such as Basketball, Volleyball, lawn and board games, dancing and more!
With your color crew as your team, compete in the crazy Pirate Games!

Enjoy some delicious and refreshing watermelon at the Watermelon Social!
Enjoy tasry food from the Diamondback Dining Hall!
Work with your cabin mates to earn the Clean Crab or Tidy Turtle!

Roast a marshmellow and be enterained by the counselor campfire skits under a beautiful stary night sky!
Build an epic sand sculpture with your color crew on the beach to earn coins for the captain's bell!
Have the best week of summer ever having fun and meeting new friends!


Georgia 4-H at Camp Jekyll
Junior and Cloverleaf Camp 2017 Pictures

Camp Jekyll's Flickr Account has each week's 2017 Summer Camp Slideshow. Each week is listed as a seperate album. Be sure to tag and comment your favorite photos! Be sure to check out Weeks 6 and 7 so see Cloverlead Camp in action at Camp Jekyll!

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Georgia 4-H Summer Camp Guidelines for Cell Phone Use at Cloverleaf Camp

Cloverleaf Level (4th-6th Graders)

Cloverleaf level (4th-6th Grade) 4-H’ers are strongly discouraged from bringing cell phones and other electronic devices to 4-H events and camp.   Cell phones may be confiscated and returned at the end of the event if their possession or use is determined to be disruptive to camp or event activities.

Adult and Teen Leaders

To set the best example, adult and teen leaders should limit their use of cell phones – particularly in the presence of participants or campers – to legitimate business purposes.

Personal Items of Value and Cell Phones: 

4-H’ers are to leave radios, computers, electronic devices, fit bits, valuable watches, and video games at home unless authorized by and used under direct supervision of the member’s leader.  4-H’ers are discouraged from bringing cell phones to camp and events. 4-H’ers should not use cell phones after lights out.   No programs are to be disturbed or interrupted by use of personal electronic equipment.   4-H’ers are not allowed to bring skates, roller blades, bicycles, laser lights or other personal items that would make safety an issue.  4-H’ers are discouraged from bringing excessive amounts of money to 4-H events.   Georgia 4-H and the 4-H Centers assume no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged items of value including cell phones or money that are brought to 4-H activities.

 

Illness Policy:

If your child arrives at a 4-H event/activity with an untreated contagious illness or is diagnosed at the event with a contagious illness, you will be asked to pick them up immediately.  You will also be contacted if the child has a fever to determine the course of action.  Contagious illnesses could include, but are not limited to: head lice, pink eye, mononucleosis, strep throat, flu, or ring worm. 

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