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Give your child a summer of joy, wonder & fun exploring the barnyard, pastures, woods and stream at Magnolia Farm!

Our Mission is to offer campers opportunities for:

  • A summer of joy, wonder, and fun on the farm!
  • Growth in confidence, communication, and teamwork 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.


  • Day Camp: is for children entering Grades K-5 in the Fall of 2017 and at least 5 years old.  
  • Leader in Training (LIT:) is for Campers entering grades 6 - 8 Prerequisite: must have attended our day camp previously.  Offered Session A & C (C is now full) 
  • Counselor In Training (CIT) is for those entering grade 11 - 12 and at least 16 years old; CIT is a volunteer position.  Applicants will need to complete the same forms as staff.  


Only a few spaces still available for most weeks of summer camp! Register Today!



Session A  June 5 to June 9                     

Session B  June 12 to June 16                            

Session C June 19 to June 23   FULL                       

Session D June 26 to June 30   FULL                         

Session E July 3 to July 7 (No camp on 7/4)

Session F  July 10 to July 14  

Hours:  9 AM to 3:15 PM*


*Fridays: Parent Open House from 2:30 to 3:15;

All Campers should be picked up by 3:15 on Friday.  

Extended Day: 7:30 AM to 6 PM* (Sessions A,B, C, & E only.)  Extra Fee

Afternoon Transportation: Session D & F.  Extra Fee;

see below for route and details.

$339 per week with afternoon van service or

 $329 per week without van service; 

Session E  (4 days; no camp 7/4) $263 per week with out bus service.

Multiple Session Discount:  Regular price for the first session, then $15 off each session after that!

Leadership in Training (LIT) For previous campers entering Grades 6, 7 or 8 in the Fall of 2017: (Sessions A and C only.) 

$329 without bus service. 

Extended Day : (Sessions A, B, C and E only): 7:30 AM to 6 PM. 

Mornings: $30 per week per camper;

Afternoons: $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.

7:30 AM Before Care:  Campers may help staff feed goats, sheep, pigs and horses.  Other activities may include arts and crafts, nature journal, board games.  (Registration required; extra fee.)

8:00 to 9:00  Optional Group Riding Lesson (Registration required; extra fee.)

8:45 to 9:00 Morning Carpool:  Parent's may drop off campers.

9:00  Opening Ceremony: Songs and ice breaker games. Meet with small group to set goals, plan day and week.

9:20 to 12:00  Morning Adventures.  Campers may participate in:  Archery, farm animal care, field games, fort building, gardening,  and more! At least two mornings a week each camper will have a  riding lesson in the arena.

12:00  Lunch

12:25 to 12:45 Siesta!/Nature Journal/Explore 30 Camp Reading Program

12:45  to  1:45 Afternoon Adventures.  Campers may participate in: Arts and crafts, board games; nature journal, science experiments, skits and more!

1:45 to 2:45 Head to the creek to cool off, make mud pies, sand castles, catch fish, build islands, explore and "gondola"/kayak.

3:00 to 3:15  Afternoon Carpool: Parents may pick up campers at camp.

3:15 to 3:30 Van Departs.

3:15 to 6:00  Extended Day: Campers may help staff feed goats, sheep, pigs and horses.  Other activities may include arts and crafts, nature journal, board games.  (Registration required; extra fee.)


Registration Information

Afternoon Transportation & Map


At Camp Magnolia, we plan our Activities with Our Mission in mind. Many activities will be offered on a rotating basis, such as MWF or TTH.   Note: Some activities may not be offered due to insufficient interest or inclement weather. Actives will vary daily; offerings may vary from session to session based on camper interest. 

Campers will gain confidence and have fun as they learn the skills needed for this exciting sport!





Art projects may include clay, crafts from the farm and nature, such as corn husk dolls & sheeps wool, drawing and painting, jewelry making, knitting, felting, leather crafts, metal crafts, puppet making, sewing, weaving and basketry.  Performing Arts may include Camp Songs, Puppet Shows, and Skits.




We have planned activities in the barnyard, with the farm animals, in the garden, stream and pastures that integrate engaging activities with concepts of Science, Engineering, Art & Math (SEAM.)  Additional, we offer Environmental Education Games and Activities and Fort Building (engineering and design.)




Field games with noodles and hula hoops, ping pong, basketball, volleyball, badminton, ultimate frisbee are offered in our playing field.  Indoor games may include board games, chess, card games and puzzles





Campers will have the opportunity to spend two mornings with our wonderful horses, learning how to care for them and of course a riding lesson in the arena! Additional Group Riding Lessons are available in the mornings before camp for an additional fee.





A fun way to cool off on a warm summer's afternoon in our picturesque shaded stream!  Usually the stream is too shallow for paddles, but campers have fun splashing around!






Literary opportunities include our camp reading program, offered during our quiet time after lunch with books and magazines about horses, farm animals, gardening and science.  Campers may select books to read to themselves, in addition to our daily group story time.  Story Time Stories are often about horses, farm animals and gardening, with themes about creativity, inclusion, following rules, being a good friend and caring for the environment.  Nature Journals are a favorite of all campers and staff, and give campers an opportunity to draw and write about their day.  Finally, all campers enter the River of Words Art and/or Poetry Contest, a national contest for which there is local recognition in the stare of Georgia, as well as the grand prize, which is a trip to Washington, DC, as well as local recognition.  

"My children had the best time at Magnolia Farm's day camp last summer, and can't wait to go back.  There were so many fun activities to do, and I was so glad they were outdoors all day.  The program is well run, and the staff is warm and caring.”   Anna R., Roswell