Most students 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.
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High school students may attend Senior Camp at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, May 29-June 2; or, Senior EXTREME Camp, a more primitive camping experience at Rock Eagle 4-H Center, June 12-16 (or both! If you are unable to attend the specific Cloverleaf or Junior camping week assigned to your county, you might consider Community Camp at Fortson 4-H Center, July 16-20 (campers must be 9-years-old by September 1, 2016, to attend Community Camp in 2017).
Georgia 4-H also partners with different organizations to help sponsor several unique camping opportunities for children and youth in military families.
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