Farm Camp Registration starts here!  This section includes the dates/times offered this summer.  Once you've decided which you'd like, click on the link below to complete the Camper Information form. We will need one of these forms for EACH of your children joining us at camp! 

What do we do at farm camp you're wondering?  Well, it's a pretty long list but some of the highlights include learning about, caring for and lots of hands-on experiences with ALL of our animals - goats, pig, donkey, horses, chickens, sheep, bunnies, and the dogs and cats are also popular. The kids will get to groom and care for horses, as well as learn beginning riding skills.  We spend time planting and tending to our garden, as well as cooking some yummy treats, like chocolate zucchini cake and strawberry smoothies. The kids really like scrambled eggs straight from our girls in the coop as well.  Another favorite is fishing back at our pond, and, of course, exploring our field and forest for plants and critters.  We also take a little time to make crafts, play outdoor games, scavenger hunts, archery and so much more!  You're kids will have so much fun, they're not going to want to leave at the end of the day! 

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Click HERE to Register & Pay

2023 Summer Fun @ The Farm

Week Long Day Camp for Ages 4-12

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN APRIL 1, 2023!

ALL Camp Questions? 

TEXT Kim at 574-229-3201 or Email at fallen.oaks.farm.and.stables@gmail.com

Please NO phone calls.

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fMorning Session  8am - 12:00pm  $250

Afternoon Session 12:30 - 4:30pm  $250

All Day 8am - 4:30pm $500

Parent & Me Session 2/3 Year Olds

8:15 - 9:15am    $75/wk

What do we do at camp, you're wondering?  Well, it's a pretty long list!  Our camp incorporates some standard summer camp activities with our farm/animals.  We group the kids into smaller groups of 8-15 kiddos with 2 counselors that stay with them the entire time.  They rotate through 4 different stations which vary a bit daily, and have a short snack break midway through.  I love this break time because it gives the kids time to get to know each other and their counselors!  We do not group by ages, but with friends and siblings as requested.  Some of the highlights include learning about, caring for and lots of hands-on experiences with ALL of our animals - goats, pig, donkey, horses, chickens, sheep, bunnies, and the dogs and cats are also popular. The kids will get to groom and care for horses, as well as learn beginning riding skills and ride at least one time during the week. Other favorites are kayaking back at our pond, going on nature hikes with the dogs, exploring our field and forest for plants and critters, nd occasionally we try fishing with some of the older kids.  We also take a little time to make crafts (lots of them!), play outdoor games, scavenger hunts, swimming, archery, STEM activities and so much more!  You're kids will have so much fun, they're not going to want to leave at the end of the day!  Each week usually varies just a bit ... we have had kids return several times a summer.