Farm owner Kristen Whittle is the camp director and is also a DESE certified educator and registered nurse. Children at camp will have the opportunity to learn about livestock and sustainable agriculture in a hands-on program. Animals include sheep, goats, pigs, horses, donkeys, turkeys and chickens.
Campers start each day by helping with morning chores such as collecting eggs and milking the goats. Working with the animals is all hands on. In warm weather most afternoons we set up the slip and slide! Camp is open to kids ages 6-12 years. The camp day runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Little Brook Farm Camp offers several sessions for the 2020:
All 5-day camp sessions are $250/week per camper. Reserve early as space is limited. You can choose to pay online or mail a check made out to Little Brook Farm.
When registration is open, you can visit the registration tab (which will appear above).
If camp registrations are full you can also email us to receive notification of any last-minute cancellations.
All campers must fill out and bring state-required health and immunization record forms. These may be mailed, e-mailed or brought with you on the first day of camp. You may be able to get a copy of your child’s physical exam/health form and immunizations from their school nurse before the end of the school year.