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Farm Camp

Farm Camp 2024 sold out!  But if you're interested in participating in the future, please sign up for our newsletter to know when details, dates, and when registration opens.

2021 Farm Camp welcomed 12 free range farm kiddos.

2022 Farm Camp welcomed 48 free range farm kiddos.

2023 Farm Camp welcomed over 100 free range farm kiddos.

And throughout the month of June we will be welcoming 144 free range farm kiddos!


for this year, but sign up for our newsletter to stay in the know for next year!

1/2 Day Camp: $140

Full Day Camp: $280

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Want to be part of Farm Camp Staff?

Bowers Farm is looking for energetic, flexible, and dependable staff for Farm Camp.

We have staff that serve as group leaders, group assistants, station leaders, and partners for our campers with disabilities.  Our staff range in age from juniors in high school and up.

The application for staff is closed at this time, but if you're interested in helping out in the future, please let us know.  Our staff is what makes camp so awesome!

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All Children Are
Welcome at Farm Camp

If your child may need accommodations to participate in Farm Camp, we are eager to walk with you and try our best to make sure that happens at no cost to the family.  Read more below!

This blog was written for Farm Camp 2023 but will still be the case for Farm Camp 2024!

Work Remotely While Your Child Farms

We know we live out in the country.  In hopes of making Farm Camp accessible to more families, for our 1/2 day camps, our porch will be open and wifi available for parents who would like to work or even just hang out during camp.  We know we're biased, but it's a beautiful porch with an almost constant breeze and plenty of work space.


Little Farmers!

Who is Farm Camp For?


Children who have a curiosity about the world around them.  No farming experience or knowledge needed.

Farming is for everyone!


Each day we will talk about different animals on the farm as well as the garden. Children will learn about how each animal is cared for and what they're raised for. Our farm kids will be able to help with chores and be able to touch many of the animals and see what makes them each so special.

What will they experience? 


Farm Animals

Farm Life

How Food is Grown


Arts & Crafts

Farm Camp Blog Featured on Newberry Now Website


Farm Camp Reviews

"My son attended your first week of farm camp, and I just want to say that signing him up was the best decision!   We will definitely be back next year.    Thank you for providing an organized, enriching, fun atmosphere for him to learn and explore.  He has been singing the song and telling me about animals and other things he learned. "

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