Cloverleaf Camp

Cloverleaf camp is a great all around fun camp experience.  Children attend camp with their county 4-H club and county 4-H adult leaders.  Normally children have completed 5th or 6th grade, but counties are permitted to bring children at least 9 years and up.  Contact your county extension office for more information how to join this camp.


Cloverleaf Schedule Summary


Complete Guide to Summer Camp at Wahsega for Parents and Youth


Summer Camp Sample Menu

Monday Dinner–Pizza, salad, sliced oranges

Tuesday Breakfast–Bacon, Biscuits, Eggs

Tuesday Lunch–Turkey wraps w/ cheese, lettuce, tomato, chips, strawberries,  Italian ice

Tuesday Dinner–chicken strips, red potatoes, green beans, rolls, brownies

Wednesday Breakfast–Croissants, eggs, sausage, yogurt, cereal

Wednesday Lunch—  Soft shell tacos, spanish rice, black beans, lettuce, cheese, icee

Wednesday Dinner–Hamburger Cookout , chips, pickles, lettuce, tomato, cheese, cookies

Thursday Breakfast–Bacon, biscuits, Eggs

Thursday Lunch–Hot dogs, tater tots, fruit, ice cream, slaw for adults

Thursday Dinner–BBQ grilled chicken, baked beans, corn, poato salad, rolls, Lorna Dunes

Friday Breakfast–Sausage, biscuits, yogurt, cereal


Promotional Videos

Camp Promotional Video

Camp Promotional Video 2:  with explanations from counselors

Booking Information

We book county 4-H clubs rather than individual children for Cloverleaf Camp. You may still be able to get your child registered  for 4-H camp through your local county 4-H club.

To get more information, call your county’s Cooperative Extension office and ask for the person responsible for 4-H camp. You can find contact information for each county online at: