2011 4-H Summer Camp Attendance 4-H Youth Development 3103 McCarty Hall B Gainesville, FL 32611 (352)846-0996 www.florida4h.org/camps
4-H County Camp’s Attendance These attendance figures include 4-H County Camps only. They do not include Marine Camp, Gator Adventures, Shooting Sports/Sports Fishing Camp, OMK, Senior Camp, or Dog Camp.
Optimum Camping LevelsCounties are asked to fill camps to “Optimum Camp Programming Capacities,” as set by theState Camping Advisory CommitteeCounty Clusters in Green met or exceeded optimumCounty Clusters in Blue were within 10 of optimumCounty Clusters in Black were over the break even but less than optimumCounty Clusters in Red did not meet 85 break even Cherry Lake (110) Leon—96 Taylor, Wakulla—124 Gadsden, Levy—129 Baker, Madison, Nassau—78 Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee, Union—110 Jefferson—98 Alachua, Bradford, Duval—97 Cloverleaf (110) Glades, Hendry, Indian River, Broward, Palm Beach--117 Charlotte, Collier, Highlands—82 Manatee—114 Lee—93 Sarasota—94 Ocala (135) Citrus, Columbia, Hernando—111 Clay, Flagler, Putnam, St Johns—87 *Marion, Sumter—53 Lake, Osceola—102 Pasco, Pinellas, Polk, Hillsborough—123 Orange, Seminole, Volusia, Brevard—95 *Total with Gator Adventures--68 Timpoochee (110) Escambia, Okaloosa, Horse Camp—95 Holmes, Washington—83 Calhoun, Jackson, Liberty—79 Gulf-93 Franklin, Walton, Covington, AL, Bay—84
Timpoochee Attendance 5 Weeks of Camping/12 Counties Camping