Camp Rankin week-long camps are a co-ed overnight camp for 4-H members, and friends, ages 9 to 15. Camp Rankin, built in 1972 by volunteers as a Centennial project of the Richmond County 4-H Leader’s Council and was the first 4-H camp in the Atlantic Provinces. It is located on 60 acres of land at Cape George, near St. Peters, Richmond County, Nova Scotia.
The camp has hiking trails, a beach, and a dining/recreation hall. Six counsellors, along with the director and assistant director, lead youth through 4-H skills sessions and traditional camp activities such as crafts, recreation, canoeing, drama, nature, healthy living, and exploring 4-H.
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