a. Day Camp; Horse Riding Camp

Day Camp; Horse Riding Camp; Spring Break Camp; Fun Summer Camps; Camps for Teenagers; Kids Day Camp.

Give your child a week of fun on the farm!

Our Summer 2016 Day Camp was a great success! Registration for 2017 is now online!  Early Bird discounts, save $20,  through January 31! 

Our Mission is to offer campers opportunities for:

  • A summer of joy, wonder, and fun on the farm!
  • Growth in confidence, communication, and team work skills through a nurturing community, led by inspiring and caring staff.
  • Development of creativity and problem solving skills through many fun, engaging, and challenging activities.

MF Boy ArcherActivities are designed with our mission in mind, and may include archery, arts and crafts, board and field games, camp songs, creek stomping, farm animal care, fort building, gardening, horseback riding, nature journal, nature study, kayaking (new!) puppetry, SEAN: science, engineering,  art, and math, skits, River of Words art contest and more!  Actives will vary daily; and offerings may vary from session to session based on camper interest. All campers will have the opportunity to spend one morning with the horses, learning about how to care for them and of course a riding lesson in the arena! Additional Beginning Group Riding Lessons are available in the mornings and evening for an additional fee.  Please see  the“Activities” tab for more information on our programs, or you may down load our 2017 Program Guide (coming soon!)

Our day camp is for children entering Grades K-5 in the Fall of 2016; Leader in Training for Campers entering grades 6 through 8 (Session A and C only); Counselor In Training: a volunteer opportunity for those entering grade 11 thru 12 and at least 16 years of  age.   Children must be at least five years old as of the first day of the session they attend.  This is in compliance with a state regulation, so unfortunately there are no exceptions!

Day Camp Dates 2017:MF Boy in creek

  • Spring Break Camp: April 3 to 7
  • Summer Camp  June 6 to July 15, no camp July 4.

Day Camp Hours:

  • Camp meets Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:15 PM. 
  • Carpool Morning Drop off: 8:45 to 9:00 AM; Afternoon pickup: 3:00 to 3:15 PM.
  • Afternoon Bus/Van Service: Sessions B 6/12 to 6/16 ~ Dunwoody; Session D 6/26 to 6/30 ~ East Cobb and Session F 7/10 to 7/14 ~ John’s Creek.  Approximate time: 4:00 to 4:20 PM.  Times will be finalized after the first day of camp for each respective week.
  • Extended Day 7:30 AM to 6 PM: Offered during Spring Break, & Sessions A 6/5 to 6/9; Session C 6/19 to 6/23; and Session E 7/3 to 7/7.  (Optional; extra fee )
  • Additional Beginning Group Riding Lessons (45 minute or 30 minute private):   8 AM or 4:30 PM.(Optional; extra fee)
  • Weekly End of Session Open House for Parents: Fridays from 2:30 to 3:15, no transportation or extended day on Fridays.

 

Tuition:

  • $339 per week with van service or $329 without bus serviceSession E  (4 days) $263 per week with out bus service. Campers are to bring their own lunch and water bottle.
  • Leadership in Training (LIT): (Sessions A and C only.) $329 per week without van service.
  • Extended Day: (Sessions A, C and E only): $30 for mornings for the week; $6 per camper per hour for afternoons, if reserved with registration; $8 per camper per hour if reserved the week of camp, if space is available.  Please note there is no extended day on Friday afternoons, and Session E there are only 3 afternoons of  extended day, as there is no camp Tuesday 7/4.
  • Additional Beginning Riding Lessons (optional):  $49 per forty-five minute group lesson or thirty minute private lesson; will be offered at 8 AM or 4:30 PM.

Location:   Magnolia Farm, 14325 Birmingham Hwy., Alpharetta, GA 30004.

Afternoon Transportation:    Will be offered three weeks, during  Sessions B: Dunwoody Route; Session D: East Cobb Route; and Session F: John’s Creek Route.  No bus service Friday afternoons, as Parent open house is on Fridays from 2:30 to 3:15.  Sorry, we are not offering a morning pickup.  Please see Transportation page for more detailed information on the schedule.

 

Visit Magnolia Farm this spring! We will have several open houses for prospective campers and their families this spring.  Dates will be posted shortly.

 

Questions?  We are hear to help! Text or phone: 770.337.4785; or email:  fun@campmagnolia.com.  For More Information:  You may visit individual pages on our website or Download the complete Program Guide, available soon! which includes detailed information on our Spring & Summer Day Camp.  (Note: if there is conflicting information between the Program Guide and the website; the website is the most up to date!)

 

You may also be interested in other programs  we offer, such as Birthday Parties, Pony Tales, offered mornings for our youngest riders, ages 2 and up, accompanied by an adult, and Field Trips for Schools and Scouts; please see pages on this website.

“I have a conviction that a few weeks spent in a well-organized summer camp may  be of more value educationally than a whole year of formal school work.”  Charles Eliot, former president of Harvard University, in his 1922 treatise on education.

Warning: Under Georgia law, an equine activity sponsor or professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities, pursuant to Chapter 12 of Title 4 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated.


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