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Rock Eagle Camp
Fourth and fifth graders, you’re invited to an adventure that’s fun, that will expand your world, challenge you, and give you confidence.,

Join us for a week of 4-H camp at Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, GA. The week will feature a Native American theme, focusing on three tribes: Cherokee, Shawnee, and Muskogee. We will explore the famous Rock Mound and make lots of new friends.

Everyone stays busy throughout the week with a major interest class, which may include canoeing, forestry, archery, lake ecology, and many other options. Learn Indian lore, take nature hikes, and make crafts. At night there are variety shows, campfires, and an Indian pageant. Campers will have the chance to experience the thrill of an Indian legend.

Rock Eagle 4-H Center is located north of Eatonton, Georgia, adjacent to the Oconee National Forest. With nearly 1,500 acres of forested land, including a 110-acre lake, Rock Eagle is a natural meeting site away from everyday life.

Opened in 1955, Rock Eagle is the largest of five centers operated by the University of Georgia as support for the state’s 4-H program. Thousands of young people annually participate in the Georgia 4-H Environmental Education program as well as the Summer Camping program made available through Georgia’s County Extension offices.

For more information, visit the Rock Eagle 4-H Center website here.

For details about the Rock Eagle Camp program, click here.

For a Rock Eagle Camp application, click here.