Journey’s End Farm Camp
Journey’s End Farm is a year-round 210-acre family farm that has welcomed campers to sleep-away camp for three generations, since 1939. Daily farm chores include the care of cows, calves, hens, chicks, rabbits, goats, and alpacas. We grow much of the food we consume at camp and encourage children to enjoy eating the vegetables they help tend. Campers build projects in woodshop and ceramics; explore the natural world; create games, make music, and go on hikes with the staff; and play in the fields, woods, and creeks. Drawing from Quaker values, Journey’s End emphasizes inclusion, simplicity, respect, and cooperation. A counselor to camper ratio of 1:3 provides attention and support for each camper, and our small sessions foster a strong sense of community.
Who: small groups per session, ages 7-12
When: Four 2-week sessions from June — August
Cost: Please check website for dates and rates. Early bird discounts and financial aid available.