Lindley G. Cook 4-H Camp builds independence and self-confidence in our campers. We provide a challenging yet nurturing setting, where we help your child to “learn by doing” in our hands on learning environment based on the philosophy of 4-H. The unplugged environment of camp allows children to try new things, open new doors, meet new challenges and make new friends. Our community is intentionally small because we want to provide individual attention, which each camper needs in order to be successful.
We hope you take the opportunity to browse our home on the web so that you may learn more about our programs and what we have to offer. We have created special pages for our summer visitors.
The First page is the Camper Page, which answers questions our campers typically ask. The Parent page is dedicated to answering questions about registration, costs and forms. The Links above can direct you to all these parts of our webpage.
Lindley G. Cook 4-H Camp has been offering residential summer programs since 1951. Originally geared toward those youth enrolled in 4-H programming, today camp welcomes all youth, 4-H and non 4-H members alike.
During our six one-week sessions campers will have the opportunity to register for three daily classes from any of our four course areas; Arts & Crafts, Environmental Education, Shooting Sports and Waterfront. Campers will also participate in a variety of traditional camp activities and they will bunk with their peers in one of our eleven rustic cabins.
Lindley G. Cook 4-H Camp is built on tradition, while at the same time constantly striving to provide up to date programming matched to the interests of those youth that join us at camp.
Please enjoy our website and always feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Jim Tavares Director