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This summer, give your child a week of joy, wonder & fun on the farm!
Magnolia Farm Summer Day Camp has everything you want for your child, and everything your child wants this summer! We are 100% unplugged - no screens, no apps, no social media stress. Instead of screen time, we offer stream time ~ barnyard time ~ farm animal time ~ & outdoor time! Time to explore, create, imagine, be curios, play, & just be a kid!
Campers spend the day engaged in activities in our picturesque pastures, garden, barnyard and stream. We make friends, share ideas, & laugh together. Most importantly, we play. Children learn how to be their best selves through play. Our highly trained staff creates a warm & supportive environment for this learning to happen.
For boys & girls entering Grades K - 5. Minimum age 5. Leader in Training (LIT) for those entering grade 6 -8 (LIT Prerequisite: previous MF camper.) Sessions are one week long, Monday to Friday, June 1 to July 10, 2020. (No camp July 3.) Day Camp Hours: 9 AM - 3:15 PM; Extended Day 8 AM - 5:15 PM. Campers bring their own lunch.
Magnolia Farm at a Glance
The Magnolia Farm experience includes creating sandcastles & mud pies by the stream, designing crafts from our sheeps’ wool, & eating strawberries picked from the garden. Our campers enjoy the unique experience of spending the summer outdoors on the farm.
Magnolia Farm is nestled in Milton’s horse county. Our seven-acre farm, with its beautiful pastures, gardens, barnyard, stream, horses and farm animals, provides the backdrop for a summer full of fun activities that connect campers with the out of doors. Our wonderful counselors ensure campers are well cared for.
Camper's Corner Recent Posts
“O & A really enjoy the camp, and they looked forward to coming daily. They already are excited about coming next year,” Toyin, mother of O, age 10 & A, age 8. “I love Magnolia Farm Summer Camp, it was the best!” O. To make it better: “Let the older kids keep the horses they like and let them go camping.” “I love Magnolia Farm,” A, age 8. Some of his favorites: making chicks out of the sheeps’ wool, and playing Dragon Tails. ~Toyin & daughter O., age 10 & son A., age 8