Northern Virginia 4-H Educational & Conference Center

The Northern Virginia 4-H Educational and Conference Center's mission is to facilitate proven experiential learning programs for youth, families, and adults that educate, inspire and connect.

The Center's vision is to improve all aspects of the world in which we live, work and play through recreation, education, leadership, and life skill development. Our vision is put into action through the support of diverse communities, impactful stewardship and the creation of meaningful relationships with those around us, making the 4-H Center a truly sustainable organization.

Core Values
Educate, Inspire, Connect

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Address: 600 4H Center Drive
Front Royal, VA 22630
Phone Number: 540-635-7171 ext. 203
Fax: 540-635-6876
Through the Junior 4-H Camps as well as 4-H Special Interest Camps, positive experiences are created that last a lifetime. Services are provided to 19 cities and counties, for youth ages 5-18. Campers can participate in a variety of activities including, but not limited, to environmental education, horsemanship, swimming, canoeing, outdoor living skills, STEM, archery, performing arts, challenge course, and even outdoor cooking. The 4-H motto is "to make the best better" and to "learn by doing!"

If you think there is a child in our community who could benefit from going to camp to acquire these traits from a family that is experiencing a financial challenge you should become a sponsor. If you believe that all children should be given a chance to excel, you should become a sponsor.
If you think a child should have fun, you should become a sponsor.
The 4-H Educational Center Camping Program helps create lifetime memories. Parents' and guardian's comments:
Camp prepares youth for independent living - "She has become more independent and is a better conflict and problem solver."
Camp builds youth's self-confidence - "She adores camp and it is a great confidence builder for her. She tends to be shy and camp brings her out of her shell."
Camp helps youth become more responsible and self-motivated - "My son is taking initiative with chores and helping out at home. He is completing tasks without being asked."