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- Grade Levels 4th - 6th
- Curriculum: Personal/Social Development
- Tennessee Curriculum Educational SPI's Addressed: 100% (PE/Wellness), 100% Arts related education 


Participation level(s): Boys and Girls grades 4th to 6th
Cost associated with camp participation
Project / Activity month: May or June
Project / Activity registration & payment due in county office: April/May



 4-H Junior Camp

Greeneville, Tennessee

 June 1-5, 2020


(cash, check, and payment plan - 2020 registration form coming soon)

$368.50 when paying with credit card 

*no payment plan when using card*

(credit card option pay in full here​)​

Registration and full payment deadline coming soon

Scholarships Available​



Mandatory Parent/Camper Orientation:

UT/TSU Extension Office - Hamilton County

May 2020



*48 hours of safe, educational, fun activities with youth from Tennessee
*12 hours of eating yummy nutritional meals in the camp cafeteria
*36 hours of rest, relaxation, and social interaction
  96 total hours on campgrounds



Campers arrive at the 4-H Center in Greeneville TN on Monday afternoon and leave midday on Friday. Transportation is provided to and from Junior Camp so contact your Hamilton County Extension 4-H office for more details. The Clyde Austin 4-H Center makes every effort to insure that your child has a safe and rewarding camp experience. The 4-H agents, adult & teen volunteer leaders and permanent camp staff encourage all participants to experience new adventures and make new friends. 

Facilities are regularly inspected and meet health department guidelines. The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture safety officer evaluates camp facilities to keep them free of hazards. The 4-H Center is accredited according to the strict guidelines of the American Camp Association.
A first-aid station is located on the campgrounds while local hospitals provide care in case of an emergency (hospital located 3 miles from campgrounds). A healthcare professional is employed by the Clyde Austin 4-H Center. Medications for allergies and other illnesses are kept in a safe location and monitored by adults. It is the parents’ responsibility to notify 4-H agents of any medical conditions that may apply to their child.
Professional and summer staff receives training in first aid, safety procedures, and program areas. There are two volunteer leaders for every 16 children, in addition to county agents and center staff. A lifeguard and two adults for every 50 campers are on duty at the pool. Your camper should attend and participate in activities as scheduled. The camp schedule provides a variety of classes with something for everyone and the flexibility for each child to decide which center he/she wants to attend. Before the departure to camp, a date will be set for a mandatory orientation with parents, participants, adult/teen leaders, and the Hamilton County 4-H Agent.


For more information contact an Agent at:
 UT/TSU Extension - Hamilton County
6183 Adamson Circle
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37416
Phone (423) 855-6113

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