Unfortunately we will not be able to offer our summer day camp or other programs for 2021 due to Covid-19.
Looking forward to when we will once again have campers experience joy, wonder and fun in the pastures, woods and streams of Magnolia Farm.
Until then, we wish you and your family the very best.
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