Ages: 3 - 14+
Cost: $250 full week ages 4-14+ | Toddler program $40 per day
Horseback riding and daily clinics on vegetable and flower gardening, sports, culinary arts, arts & crafts, digital photography, graphics and more.
Camps are offered from the end of school throughout the summer and during school breaks on a weekly basis (Monday-Friday)
- Toddlers (ages 3-6)
- 11:00 - 3:30pm
- Choose: Monday, Wednesday, Friday | Tuesday, Thursday, Friday | Full Week
- Full Day program (ages 6-18)
- 8:00 - 5:00
- Full Week
- Mom's Day
- Last Saturday of each Month
- 9:00am - 4:00pm
- $100 Includes: Horseback riding, Farm activities, Gourmet Lunch and Wine Seminar
Reviewed on 07/07/2015
My daughter had the best week at the farmhouse Center this summer! She rode horses every morning and was proud to tell me she was even able to trot. She had fun cooking, crafting, gardening, playing soccer, and swimming too. The Farmhouse Center is a loving environment that fosters respect and teamwork. My daughter told me, "Miss Joan says we are like a big family", and thats exactly how it felt. We can't wait for next year!
Reviewed on 08/11/2014
Our son had a pretty good time, but based on what he told me he only got to ride a horse only once, which he was upset about. I also was also looking forward to seeing results of the digital photography, but it does not seem that there was any photography. Not sure if he would go back next year. Overall it just seemed a lot of money for 1 day of riding.
Reviewed on 08/11/2014
My niece has attended this class for a week this summer and is currently doing another week because she had such a wonderful time. This was an extremely supportive environment for Sammy, she loved the camaraderie and of course spending hours at the barn learning about horse care and riding. The older girls and counselors were excellent role models for Sammy and the enrichment activities and swimming were big hits as well. We feel Sammy gained...more
Reviewed on 02/16/2014
I have had 2 daughters attend the Farmhouse Center, and they have both LOVED it. The eldest daughter also attends during school vacations, and just about whenever else the opportunity comes up. There are activities of all sorts, from crafts to cooking to horse care, and of course riding. Most impressive is the way the camp encourages all the kids to respect and help each other at all times. The girls can't wait to go again.
Reviewed on 02/11/2014
3 years ago I suddenly needed to fill a week of summer vacation for the kids and happened upon Farmhouse Center - luck was definitely on my side.
One week wasn't enough for the kids and now they go more plus this year they've been able to go during winter breaks. They LOVE it and can't get enough.
The variety of what they do with the horses, the time outside, the relaxed atmosphere is what they crave. The swimming pool in the...more
Reviewed on 02/10/2014
My two children attended this camp for one week two years ago. They were hooked and couldn't wait for last summer so they could go every day! They totally enjoy the horses and everything that goes with caring for them. Plenty of activities to keep them busy when they're not with the horses - swimming, berry picking, picnics at the cabin, volleyball, soccer, and just running around - so much better than staying inside playing video games...more
Reviewed on 02/01/2014
LOVE LOVE LOVE The Farmhouse Center. My Daughter has been attending the Farmhouse Center for the past three summers and now attends on school vacations as well. The experience that she has gained has fostered her love of Animals and has given her knowledge and a sense of community.
The Farmhouse center encourages a diverse group of children of all ages to experience the outdoors, learn about horses, play sports with new friends...more
Reviewed on 01/09/2014
My son participated in the preschool program during the summer of 2013 for two one week sessions. He LOVED it! My son is very shy, and does not take to changes very well. When we first got to the Farmhouse Center he was clinging to me and cried when I left. When I returned to pick him up he ran up to me and said "mom what are you doing here?" When I told him it was time to go home, he didn't want to leave. He cannot wait to go back this...more