Rock Eagle 4-H Center

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. Many 4-H’ers from around the state attend competitive events, leadership conferences and rallies at Rock Eagle. Civic, religious and business groups utilize Rock Eagle 4-H Center for their conferences and meetings as well.

SUMMER CAMP

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ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION

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RATES AND RESERVATIONS

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ADVENTURE & TEAM BUILDING

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FACILITY RENTAL

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STAFF DIRECTORY

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COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

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ROCK EAGLE HISTORY BOOK

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