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Looking for a week away where you can be yourself, make lasting friendships, explore new environments, and have so much fun you’ll be wishing you stayed all summer? 4-H Camp Cloverleaf creates all those experiences and so much more!

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A week at Camp Cloverleaf begins with arrival on Monday morning and ends with departure Friday morning. Each week, campers will engage in various activities and programs tailored to specific weekly themes. Some activities that occur every week, no matter the theme, include swimming, crafts, campfires, outdoor learning, and recreational games. Nutritious and delicious meals are provided from Monday lunch through Friday breakfast, and lodging is provided in air-conditioned cabins with bunk beds. 

Each camper will be a part of a cabin group that is always supervised by at least two camp staff. Campers’ safety is of utmost importance for all our camp staff, which is why we take so much care in training our camp staff and in managing our facilities and activities appropriately. In the case of illness or injury, parents will be notified and may be required to pick up their child from camp early. For cases concerning COVID-19, please read this document to best understand our procedures: COVID-19 Direction

Registration is open to any youth aged 8-16 years, as of September 1st of the previous fall. For more information about specific weeks at camp and on how to register, please see below. For any questions regarding overnight summer camp programs, please email us at or give us a call at (863) 465-4884.

Summer 2022 Overnight Camp Weekly Plans, Rates, and Registration Links

Come join Camp Cloverleaf for a week full of adventure, challenges, friendships, learning, and time to just enjoy being at camp! Please read below to see which week or weeks you’d like to attend!

EARLY BIRD PRICING: If you register by March 15th, each camper will receive $25 off the weekly cost of camp.

  • Week 1: June 6-10; Dairy Camp | Cost: $375

    Ages: Youth aged 8-16, as of September 1, 2021

    Join one of the Sunbelt Ag Expo Milk-off Champions, Dr. Chris DeCubellis, as we explore everything related to Dairy Science. Dr. DeCubellis is the FL 4-H Dairy/Animal Science State Specialized Agent, so campers will be learning about showmanship, fitting, grooming, and judging, and will also tour a farm. Grab your gloves to dissect a cow’s digestive tract, and what would dairy camp be without making homemade ice-cream!

  • Week 2: June 13-17; 2022 Youth Survival Camp | Cost $375

    Ages: Youth aged 8-12, as of September 1, 2021 

    Do you have what it takes to live off the land? This summer, learn about wildlife and what it takes to survive in the wild. Campers will learn how to find water from the land, build a shelter, and even cook over a campfire. This week also includes archery, kayaking, and other camp favorites.

  • Week 3 & Week 5: Two Sessions - Camp is Your Canvas

    Week 3: June 20-24 | Cost: $375

    Week 5: July 5-8 | Cost: $325

    Ages: Youth aged 8-12, as of September 1, 2021 

    Take time this week to express yourself! Tap into your creativity and apply it to all different canvases at camp.  During this week, campers will explore the creative arts by creating and dancing to music, showcasing their performing arts talents, and making awesome creations. Campers can paint like Da Vinci, craft gifts for family and friends, or even become the next greatest baker. All activities will be based upon campers having the space and time to showcase their creativity. Come join this week to showcase your creativity and learn from other artists! 

  • Week 4 & Week 8: Two Sessions - STEM Camp

    Week 4: June 27 - July 1 | Cost: $375

    Week 8: July 25 - 29 | Cost: $375

    Ages: Youth aged 8-12, as of September 1, 2021

    Do you like the science behind roller coasters, designing planes to fly, or even racing your own cars down the road? STEM Camp will have all this and more! STEM camp is a weeklong adventure where campers will be able to investigate real life programs and designs and execute prototypes to test their ideas. Campers will have an action-packed week exploring speed and energy, electricity, engineering, and so many more STEM topics.  

  • Week 6: July 10-15; Teen W.O.L.F. Camp | Cost: $425

    Ages: Youth aged 13-16, as of September 1, 2021 

    Do you like spending time in the outdoors? Do you feel like you walk on the wild side of life? W.O.L.F. Camp (Wildlife Outdoor Leadership Focus) will lead you out into the great outdoors and will prep you by teaching basic survival skills. During this week of a lifetime, campers will participate in archery class, spend time on Lake Francis kayaking, learn how to fish, orienteer around camp using GPS, build animal tracks, and so much more. Daily topics include learning about wildlife and their habitats, water ecosystems in Florida, and outdoor survival skills. This is a week you will not want to miss! Will you be joining our pack?  

  • Week 7: July 18-22; A Trip Around the World | Cost $375

    Ages: Youth aged 8-12, as of September 1, 2021 

    Have you ever dreamed of seeing and experiencing the world’s cultures? Join us as we explore different parts of the world to learn about various cultures’ meals, songs, languages, and dances. We will explore different regions each day by learning to speak common sayings, play traditional games, cook traditional meals, and learn to write your own name in another language. Pack your suitcases, grab your virtual passports, and join us for an unforgettable 4-H international adventure!  


Registration for all summer camp programs will be open 9:00 am EST on February 1st  and will be available on a first-come-first serve basis. Individual camper registrations cannot be made, or positions held, over the phone or via email. Any registrations must be reserved using 4-H Online, so click the link below to register. Full payment of registration fees must also be received to secure a place at camp. Upon receipt of the camper’s completed forms in 4-H online and payment, a confirmation email will be sent to confirm registration is complete.

County 4-H groups wanting to register multiple 4-Hers must send this FORM, attached in an email to the camp’s director, no earlier than 9:00 am EST on February 1st. Any emails sent prior to this date and time will not be honored. Camp registrations will be reserved to county 4-H groups on a first-come-first-serve basis. Any currently available summer camp registration spots will be available to reserve at that time, and counties will have until March 15th to fill all their reserved spots. Any registrations not completed by that time will be open to the public. All weeks are available to book, up to Camp Cloverleaf’s camper capacity, except for Week 1: Dairy Camp and Week 6: Teen W.O.L.F. Camp. For only this weeks, any interested campers must register individually.

Registration Resources