In response to North Carolina State University’s cancellation of all in-person summer camps due to the COVID-19 pandemic, four agricultural summer camps sought to modify their programs to ensure continued operation. The four camps describe their transition to an online format to discuss the unique successes and challenges of modifying an in-person, hands-on agricultural camp to fit a virtual environment. Overall, the camps were able to successfully recreate experiential programming virtually through interactive labs and lectures, facility tours, community partnerships, pre-purchased camp material packets, and question and answer panels. While the camps were able to encourage a sense of community through service projects, small group activities, and cohesive identity through camp “houses,” each camp recognized that more time should be devoted in the future to further enhance camp staff-camper relations. Each of the camps reviewed in this paper offer a model for other university agriculture camps to consider during their transition to a virtual format.