Camp Clover is a co-ed, overnight camp for youth, ages 9 to 13, and is broken into two(2) weekend camps. The camp weekend begins late Friday morning and ends after lunch on Sunday.

Camp Clover (Debert Hospitality Centre) offers and outdoor, inground pool, outdoor firepit, large grass recreation field – in addition to the county owned full soccer and baseball fields, European-style accomodations (pods accommodate 12 – 22 members per pod), full kitchen, showers, towels, bedding, Mi’Kmawey Interpretive Trail (hiking). The Camp Coordinator and Camp Counsellors lead campers through 4-H skills sessions and traditional camp activities such as crafts, recreation, drama, nature, healthy living, and exploring 4-H.

Campers come home with unforgettable memories, experiences, and lifelong friendships!

The long-standing traditions of Camp Rankin have not been lost on us. 4-H NS had assembled a working group to help guide the direction of the camp and the schedule for the weekend’s activities. While we have paused our traditional camp, we will continue to work to keep as much of the fun, tried-and-true traditions of Camp Rankin alive this summer at Camp Clover!

  • What:
    Weekend Summer Camp
  • Who:
    Youth ages 9 – 13 as of January 1, 2024
  • When:
    Friday, July 12 – Sunday, July 14
    Friday, July 19 – Sunday, July 21
  • Where:
    Debert Hospitality Centre, Debert, NS

Registration Fees

  • Registered 4-H Member $225
  • Junior Youth (not enrolled in 4-H) $275

We recognize that there isn’t always a “one-size-fits-all” solution to overnight accommodations for all campers. At 4-H Nova Scotia, we want to be sure that our campers feel comfortable, safe, and welcome during your stay with us. If any camper has concerns about accommodation, please reach out to 4-H Nova Scotia to discuss solutions. We will work with you to make sure your camping experience is a positive one!

Volunteer at Camp Clover

Camp Mentor
A screened and trained leader or volunteer who attends camp for a weekend to be an additional adult presence at camp. They are expected to participate in activities and be an additional positive role model.

Camp Mentor DescriptionApply Here


This summer 4-H Nova Scotia will look to fill five positions to run the two weekends of camp.

Job postings are advertised on the 4-H Nova Scotia website.

Positions include:
  • Camp Coordinator
  • Camp Counselor (4)
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