Tuscarawas County 4-H is offering three camping experiences for youth enrolled in the current 4-H program. Click on the option that best suits your circumstance.

  • 4-H Day Camp - Day camp for Tuscarawas County 4-H members currently in grades 3-8.
  • 4-H Camp Piedmont - Residential camping program for Tuscarawas County 4-H members currently in grades 3-8.
  • Cloverbud Camp - Day camp for Tuscarawas County Cloverbud members.

4-H Day Camp

Day camp for Tuscarawas County 4-H members currently in grades 3-8.

June 6, 2022 - Location TBD

Registration deadline: May 27

Are you ready for some fun? In addition to overnight camp at Camp Piedmont, the camp counselors are excited to again offer youth a Day Camp in 2022. Registration is online only. Click here to register for the Day Camp: go.osu.edu/TuscDayCamp

The camp packet includes all forms that must be completed in order to attend camp. This includes a letter of information, health forms, etc. 

Click Here:  go.osu.edu/requireddaycampforms

  • Camp is for youth who are currently in grades 3-8.
  • Camp will begin at 8 AM and end at 5 PM.
  • Cost: $35
  • A camp t-shirt, lunch, snacks, and a craft are included in the cost.
  • Payment can be made by credit card at the time of registration or paid by cash or check to the office.
  • All health and permission forms will be collected the day of the event.
  • All health guidelines will be followed. Face coverings must be worn and proper physical distancing will be maintained. If the child or a family member is is ill, the child should not attend.

4-H Camp Piedmont

Residential camping program for Tuscarawas County 4-H members currently in grades 3-8.

Check-in: 4 PM June 26, 2022

Dismissal: 4:30 PM June 29, 2022

Registration deadline: June 3

Cost: $150 Payment can be made by credit card at the time of registration, or paid by cash or check to the office. Please note that the actual cost of camp this year is $170. The 4-H Committee is paying $20 of this for every 4-H member. If you worked in the Clover Cafe during the 2021 Tuscarawas County Fair, you will receive another $20 discount.

Camp is for youth currently in grades 3-8. Youth must be an active member of the Tuscarawas County 4-H program.

Registration must be completed online. Click here to register: go.osu.edu/TuscCampPiedmontReg

The camp packet contains all forms that need to be completed once you have registered for camp.  This includes a letter of information, health forms, etc. Click here:   go.osu.edu/requiredcampforms


Cloverbud Camp

A day camp for current county Cloverbud members.

July 22, 2022
10 AM - 3 PM
Cost: TBA
Clover Cafe, Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds

Extension staff will provide leadership, and Cloverbud advisors are encouraged to attend. Contact Kiersten if you're an approved volunteer who is interested in assisting. Health and permission forms will be mailed to registrants after receipt of paid registration and MUST accompany camper the day of Cloverbud Camp.

Click HereClick here for the registration form.

 

Click Here Click here for health information forms. Please bring completed forms to camp with you.


Adopt-A-Cabin Refurbishment Campaign

Our county successfully raised our first $5,000 to refurbish our adoped cabin, Hemlock (on the girls' side of camp)!

4-H Camp Piedmont Board's goal is to have all 14 cabins refurbished and adopted by all 8 counties who attend camp. Contractors will be doing work under the leadership of the maintenance manager. The cost to refurbish a single cabin is $5,000. Refurbishment includes:

  • New roof, walls, floors, ceilings, bunks, and doors.
  • New lighting and windows installed.

The Tuscarawas County 4-­H Committee’s next goal is to raise and donate $5,000 for a cabin on the boys' side of camp. The committee is encouraging 4­-H clubs to participate by making donations to the Cabin Campaign. The Tuscarawas County 4-­H Committee will donate all Cabin Campaign funds to Camp Piedmont to complete our cabin refurbishment. If funds collected exceed $5,000, the remaining funds will be used to help fund another cabin. Funds will be taken all year to help with the campaign.

This can be counted as Community Service for those clubs making a donation. Clubs can be creative in terms of fundraising: they may make a contribution from their club treasury, hold a fundraiser with proceeds dedicated to the Cabin Campaign, collect donations, etc.

For more information or to print a form to make a donation, see the Adopt-A-Cabin Refurbishment Campaign form.


Piedmont University Camp Counselor Training Forms can be found at this link: PiedmontURequiredForms