Ages are determined by child's age as of September 30, 2021. For example, if a child is 4 at the time of the event, but turning 5 in August, then that child is considered to be 5 in "4-H years" and can attend the program.

To see a list of open camps at Airfield and register your camper(s), click here

Dinwiddie 4-H Junior Camp: June 28 - July 2, 2021
All information about the 2021 Junior Camp can be found here:
  • Ages 9 to 14
  • Cost $300: covers food, overnight lodging, all activities, and a t-shirt (Cash, Check, or Money Order ONLY -- No card payments can be accepted)
  • Registration Opens at 8PM on March 31, 2021
  • Medication Form for camp
  • Equine Waiver for Basic Horsemanship class option (not offered for 2021)
  • Forms Required for 4-H Camp to be completed on 4-H Online:
    • Health Form
    • Code of Conduct
    • Member Enrollment

Wakefield, VA at the Airfield 4-H Conference Center. It is located a little ways off 460 just past the Virginia Diner. The address is 15189 Airfield Road, Wakefield, VA 23888.

Cabins are equipped with AC/heat and private bathrooms with showers. Bunks are set up in each room for 8, but we occasionally add cots. Rooms are supervised by trained teen counselors.

Are accommodations tents or more like cabins?

Cabins with AC/heat and private bathrooms with showers. Bunks are set up in each room for 8, but we occasionally add cots.

What are age groups for sleeping and activities?

9-13 for campers, and 14-19 for counselors. Each room is grouped by age but we do allow room requests for first timers. Some activities like shotgun require campers to be 12, but most everything is open to all ages

Are phones allowed?

No phones or electronics are allowed of any kind.

Any way to determine what activities the week will present or does campers get to choose?

Campers pick 3 classes to take throughout the week. There is also free time to do different recreational activities. Classes are picked on the first day at camp and include things like archery, robotics, swimming, canoeing, leathercraft, performing arts, outdoor living skills, challenge course, and more.

Is there a pool or swimming areas available?

Yes, there is a pool with a shallow and deep end and a climbing wall. We do a swim test on the first day for campers interested in swimming in the deep end and/or taking canoeing.

Is the camp facility secure?

Yes! The camp facility has security cameras located in various areas that are always being monitored. No one can enter the facility without checking in at the main building first. During the Dinwiddie 4-H Junior Camp week, we are privileged to also have a few members of the Dinwiddie County Sheriff’s department attend camp as volunteers. These members have experience working with youth as they are generally Student Resource Officers, but they have also been attending camp for many years. We are very lucky to have them!

Spring Cloverbud

  • Ages 5-8
  • March 27-29, 2020
  • Registration through Airfield

Summer Cloverbud

  • Ages 5-8
  • July 17-19, 2020
  • Registration through Airfield

Fall Cloverbud

  • Ages 5-8
  • October 2019
  • Registration through Airfield
  • These camps include but are not limited to:
    •     Food Challenge Camp
    •     Space Camp
    •     Horse Camp
    •     Environmental Camp
    •     Back to Nature Camp

NRA/ Shooting Education Camp

  • June 15-19, 2020
  • Ages 9 to 17
  • Price varies
  • Registration through Airfield
  • Disciplines include archery, rifle, shotgun, and black powder

District Camp

  • August 10-14, 2020
  • Ages 9 to 13
  • Registration through Airfield