Wood County 4-H Campgrounds
Rent the campground for your next camp, event, or family reunion!
The Wood County 4-H Camp is situated on 67 acres. It is enclosed on three sides by an 8-foot fence with gates that are closed for security. The bottom of the camp boundary is the Little Kanawha River. The front field of the camp is a very large open field the size of several football fields. This field can serve a variety of purposes including football practice, band drills, car shows, flea markets, etc. There are also several acres of woodland with a walking trail. The camp may be rented in its entirety or in part to match your needs.
- The camp is for rent to groups or individuals.
- Reservations must be made by calling the WVU Extension Wood County office at 304-424-1960.
- All facilities are accessible.
- The camp can be used for a variety of activities.
- Camp sites are available with or without electric.
Support the Wood County 4-H Camp
The Wood County 4-H Camp is a historical facility serving the community for more than 80 years. The camp is managed by an all-volunteer board of trustees from the 4-H Leaders' Association, the Wood County Farm Bureau, the Wood County CEOS, and the Wood County 4-H Teen Leaders. All proceeds from camp rentals and fund-raisers go toward the maintenance and upkeep of the facility. Donations can be made online to the Wood County 4-H Capital Improvement Project (for upgrades to buildings) or directly to the Wood County 4-H Camp Trustees by mailing a check made payable to them to 1 Court Square, Suite 408, Parkersburg, WV 26101. For questions, contact the WVU Extension office at 304-424-1960.
Directions to the Wood County 4-H Campgrounds
From I-77 North or South, take the Mineral Wells Exit 170 and turn right on Rt. 14 South. Go 2.9 miles on Rt. 14 South and take a left of Butcher Bend Road. Go another 2.2 miles and campground will be on your left.