Choose Between Two Options
- $89 for one week of half-day Kindercamp for ages 4–6 ($179 value)
- $175 for one week of full-day Farm Camp for ages 7–15 ($350 value)
The summer camps focus on different aspects of farm life. At Kindercamp, preschoolers explore a different theme among barnyard animals on the farm and in the garden, woods, and fields. Farm Camp focuses more on where food comes from, including proper soil practices, composting, and the process of pollination. Kindercamp runs from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and Farm Camp from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Extended care is available for an additional charge.
Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc
You rise with the sun and gather eggs for breakfast. Then you head to the barn assist in milking cows and goats. Next, it’s to the paddocks to feed the horses, sheep, and pigs. This is a typical day during a family farm stay at Flint Hill Farm, a 28-acre learning farm. A farm stay is just one way the community experiences local agriculture. Flint also holds classes for school-age kids, teaches disabled teens and adults the vocational side of farming, and hosts events such as carriage-driving clinics and equestrian summer camps.