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All campers must have a current health history form turned in.  If you lost your copy, please download a new copy here


This video was produced in 2010, but the key message remains the same!  Take a quick look at the camp program in the video and then come spend the week with us learning more about the natural resources in your backyard and beyond.

Camp Brochure

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These are also ready to print -- so you can print a few yourself and get them to your friends.



WV Department of Environmental Protection
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
WV Conservation Agency
WV DNR Wildlife Resources Section
WV DNR Law Enforcement
WV DNR State Parks
National Park Service
WV Division of Forestry
WVU Extension Service


WV Conservation Camp is held each year at Camp Caesar.

Camp Caesar can be found nestled on the edge of Monongahela National Forest in the towering mountains of southern Webster County, West Virginia. It offers a touch of the past with its rustic setting and yet has incorporated the necessary modern conveniences to make one's stay pleasant and very hospitable. Camp Caesar has gained the reputation of being a home away from home, for many campers since its beginning in 1922. Camp Caesar's webpage is http://www.campcaesar.info/


From I-79 to Exit 57 (Summersville, Beckley) and follow Rt. 19 South for 10.5 miles. Turn left onto Rt. 82 at Birch River. Follow Rt. 82 for 16 miles and turn left on Rt. 20 to Cowen.  Proceed 5 miles on Rt. 20 past Webster Co. High School and Camp Caesar will be on your left.

GPS Coordinates: 38.400448,-80.489048


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Who: Young adults at least 14 and not yet 18 on the first day of camp

Where: Camp Caesar in Webster County. Camp Caesar is located on Rt. 20 between Cowen and Webster Springs, WV.

Cost: The cost for each camper (scholarship) is two hundred dollars ($200) . Scholarships may be provided by sponsors or other individuals (parents, grandparents, self, etc.) to cover food and lodging for the week. Register early to ensure scholarship availability.

What to bring: The altitude at camp is above 2,500 feet. Even though it is summer, campers should be prepared for cool weather. Campers need to bring bed linens, pillows, pillow cases, towels, soap, toiletries, etc. Personal items and accessories must be brought from home.

Campers enjoy an action packed week filled with interactive workshops, group assemblies, recreation opportunities, evening campfires, social events and fun!

Fish Management Forest Management
Forest Protection Forest Products
Law Enforcement Nature Awareness
Parks aned Recration Soil Conservation
Watershed Management Water Quality
Wildlife Management Youth Conservation
Archery  Campfires
Fishing  Fish and Game Demonstrations
Small Boat Handling Outdoor Cooking 
Rappelling  Sports 
Trap Shooting Recreation 
.22 Marksmanship  


Each participant attends camp on a scholarship generously provided by one of several sponsoring organizations. Sponsors, supporters and agencies that have contributed to the quality of camp for almost 80 years include:

  • WV Conservation Agency
  • WV Conservation Education Council, Inc.
  • WV Department of Education
  • WV Department of Enviornmental Protection
  • WV Division of Forestry
  • WV Division of Natural Resources
  • West Virginia University Extension Service
  • West Virginia University Division of Forestry and Natural Resources
  • National Park Service
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturing Association
  • Conservation Districts
  • WV Garden Clubs
  • Izaak Walton League of America Endowment
  • WV Division of the Issac Walton League of America
  • Kent Industries
  • Local Civic and Fraternal Organizations
  • National Rifle Association
  • WV Sportsman's Clubs
  • WV Wildlife Federation

Many individuals, agencies, and private busiesses have contributed to the success of Conservation Camp over the years. Your group or organization can also participate in State Conservation Camp by sponsoring campers and/or providing support to the camp endowment fund.

Please Contact the camp secretary/treasurer for more detilas.