4-H Camping

Tri-County 4-H Camp 2017

Clover Bud Day: June 4 – Ages 5-8
Older: June 12-16 – Ages 15 to 21 – No Late Registrations or Walk-Ins!
Intermediate: June 19-23 – Ages 12 to 14
Younger: June 25-29 (Sunday – Thursday) – Ages 9 to 11

The WVU Extension Service 4-H Camping program has strict guidelines for age divisions.
Attendees CAN BE 8 years old as of the first day of camp and
MAY NOT BE older than 21 as of the first day of camp.


Tri County 4-H Camp Registration Form – Scholarship Deadline May 1

Young Adult 4-H Member/Campers Age 18 through 21

If you will be age 18 or older as of June 12th you are required to complete the items listed on this document and turn them in along with your Camp Registration Form no later than May 20th.


Cloverbud Day Teen Counselors Needed!

Cloverbud Day is scheduled for Sunday, June 4, 2017 at Camp Frame. Counselors must be available to assist with set-up, event, and clean-up. The time commitment is approximately 6 hours. Applicants must be at least 15 years of age by June 4, 2017, a registered 4-H member in good standing and have attended a Tri-County 4-H Camp at least once to be eligible.

Youth that are accepted to be Cloverbud Day Teen Counselors that fulfill their commitment, and are registered for Tri-County Older 4-H Camp will receive the earliest registration time regardless of when they turn in their camp registration.

Applications should be submitted to the Jefferson County Extension Office by April 30, 2017.

Cloverbud Day Teen Counselor Packet

State 4-H Camp Dates can be found on the WVU Extension 4-H Camping page

WVU Extension Camping Instructor (ECI) job application is now available