Farm Camp

Cultivating a Child’s Connection to Nature


Farm Camp 2023 Summer Sessions

To Be Announced


To Be Announced

Sprouts- 4 to 6 years old
Young Farmers- 6 to 11 years old

[All withdrawals must be made two weeks before the start of your child’s camp session, after which there will be a $100 administrative fee]

We will have required safety protocols, which we will announce closer to the start of camp.

Camp Age Groups


ages 4-6, including those who have completed kindergarten

As a Sprout, children experience the freedom of summer.  Our youngest campers have their own play yard where they can explore the climbing structures, play in a straw bale house, dig in the sand box, wander through the garden, or do crafts with a counselor.  Throughout the day counselors will offer other activities, such as grinding corn for the chickens, planting seeds, visiting the farm animals, making flower chains or splashing in the wading pool.

Young Stewards

ages 6-11, beginning with those who have completed first grade

Elementary aged children enjoy a week of being outside and doing purposeful work.  Young Stewards gather for a farmers’ meeting, often with a song and a game, before heading off to do their animal chores, like feeding the goats and collecting eggs from the chickens.  They also experience farm-based crafts, such as working with wool and making cheese.  Campers cool off on hot days with water games, and stories told under tall shady trees.

Counselor In Training Program

ages 12-15, Enjoy the excitement of camp, while learning the skills to become a leader!

  • Support all the fun and learning that is Farm Camp!
  • Assist counselors with games and play, connect with Young Farmers and support their joyful exploration of camp
  • Do hands-on agricultural work, animal care, and craft activities (everything you remember as a Farm Camper!)
  • Gain deep bonds with other CIT’s through community conversation, farm work, and leadership growth


“My child very much enjoyed the journaling, wool craft, animal care, water games, new songs, as well as time with her friends and her great counselors.”

“The best part of Farm Camp for my son was feeling satisfied that he did important work.”