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Joy J August 9, 2017
"We actually paid $198.00 "NOT" to stay the second night."
I hate to give reviews unless they are very complimentary, but I would be doing a disservice to other Trip Advisor Contributors if I did not share our experience. Before booking here, I checked Trip Advisor for reviews but have realized that the "farm learning experience" is why most peopl... Read More
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jamesglackin December 11, 2016
"Great Cheese Making Class"
My wife and I took the Mozzarella and Cheddar class. What a great way to spend a day. Extremely informative and educational. Kathy s very knowledgeable and hospitable. I highly recommend a visit to the store...lots of homemade products.
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k177600 November 5, 2016
"Like Visiting Friends!!"
We visited Flint Hill Farm to learn how to make cheese! What an amazingly fun and interesting visit. We arrived for our class and were greeted by two friendly dogs. We then went inside the Farm Store and met the owner/teacher, Kathy. She told us to take a few minutes to explore the farm... Read More

What You'll Get


Summer camps are the best way to give kids a taste of freedom without having them lick the Liberty Bell. Ring in summertime with this Groupon.

Choose from Three Options

$69 for one week of half-day Kindercamp for ages 4–6 (a $175 value), choose from four dates:

  • June 17–21
  • July 8–12
  • July 22–26
  • August 12–16<p>

$159 for one week of full-day horse day camp for ages 7–15 (a $350 value), choose from three dates:

  • July 1–5
  • July 15–19
  • August 5–9<p>

$159 for one week of full-day farm day camp for ages 7–15 (a $350 value), choose from two dates:

  • June 24–28
  • July 29–August 2<p>

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. At horse camp, school-age kids learn horse safety and riding basics, as well as how to garden, milk goats, and tend to other farm animals. Finally, the farm camp focuses more on where food comes from, including proper soil practices, composting, and the process of pollination.<p>

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required. Must sign waiver. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About 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.

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