Registration now open!
(!!FULL!!) Week 1: June 24-28 (!!FULL!!)
(!!FULL!!) Week 2: July 8-12 (!!FULL!!)
(!!FULL!!) Week 3: July 15-19 (!!FULL!!)
(!!FULL!!) Week 4: July 22-26 (!!FULL!!)
Register for Week 5: July 29- August 2
Register for Week 6: August 5-9
Register for Week 7: August 12-16
Our week long summer camps give kids ages 6-12 a true, hands-on farm experience. You won’t believe all the cool things your kids will see and do, and they will be so busy and entertained, they won’t believe how quickly the day passes.
Our campers get to:
Care for a cute, cuddly goat (pick the one you want to feed, brush, snuggle and walk every day)
Help milk our momma goats
Turn that goat’s milk into cheese
Make berries from our farm into yummy jam
Ride our horses
Go for hayrides around the farm (Safety is our first priority. Learn more about our hayrides.)
Visit and learn about our other farm animals (chickens, rabbits, horses, a mini-donkey and sheep)
Make goat’s milk soap and lots of other cool crafts
Check out the frogs and other critters in our frog pond. (There’s always an adult nearby.)
Play lots of games
Get wet when it’s hot — we love the slip ‘n slide!
And did we mention ice cream?!?!
Important Things to Know
The cost of a week is $350. Campers also bring home the soap, jam, cheese, journals and photos along with the other projects we work on during the week! We limit the amount of campers in our sessions so that we can give everyone plenty of attention. Our wonderful counselors make sure your children are safe, happy and entertained.
Camp runs from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. (If there is need for your camper to arrive earlier or stay later please contact us.)
Campers should wear casual clothes that can get dirty: old jeans, shirts, and boots or sneakers.
We provide healthy snacks every day: fruit, popcorn, buttermilk biscuits, crackers and goat cheese, and oatmeal-chocolate chip cookies.
Campers should bring the following with them each day:
a bag lunch
change of clothes
sunscreen and bug spray
On Friday afternoons, we invite all the parents to the farm for a firsthand look at what the campers did during the week.
If you have trouble registering online, please contact email@example.com or message us through Facebook.