Camp Piedmont

4-H Camp Piedmont is a full service camping facility which promotes a wide variety of personal and envrionmental educational opportunites as well as social interaction in a natural setting.  The camp is tucked away in the northwest corner of Belmont County along the shore of Lake Piedmont, opening in 1948 thanks to the efforts of the Eastern Ohio Extension Camps, Inc. and what is now known as the Muskingum Water Conservancy District. For more than 70 years, 4-H youth have spent the best week of summer at 4-H Camp Piedmont. The Ohio State University Extension 4-H programs in Belmont, Carroll, Guernsey, Harrison, Jefferson, Monroe, Noble and Tuscarawas counties all call 4-H Camp Piedmont home for overnight camps, day camps and a shooting sports camp.   In addition to our 4-H programs, we host several church and school camps each year.  Our facilities may also be rented for day, night and weekend use by outside user groups and families. Approximately 2,000 youth and adults camp annually at 4-H Camp Piedmont. 

One of the most memorable experiences a 4-H member will ever have is attending 4-H camp. Camp Piedmont takes great pride in the fact that we can offer a wide variety of activities to help make those memories.  Piedmont Lake and the surrounding forest provide campers with the opportunity to kayak and stand up paddle board, go fishing, hike to the famous “Copperhead Rock” and provide unique educational classes.  The shooting range provides an opportunity to learn how to safely handle and respect firearms and archery equipment.  And of course, the pool, games, talent shows, night campfires and the many camp traditions provide ample opportunity for memories to be made.



  1. Camp Piedmont Benefit

    Benefit Scheduled for Camp Piedmont

    Oct 25, 2021

    Camp Piedmont has been a tradition for multiple generations of 4-H'ers throughout our area and we are in need of your help.  The camp has always operated on a tight budget in order to provide as many kids as possible with a camp experience.  As a result, when we were unable to hold camps in 2020, our budget was depleted.  Until we can get camp up to full capacity, financial help is needed to pay the bills.  Camp is also in desperate need of some high dollar repair work on cabins, the well, and the pool.  We are making plans to put in a beachfront until the pool can be repaired so the youth