Spring Break Camp

Spring break is a wonderful time to explore and learn outdoors. The wildflowers are coming up, the lambs are being born and Fernbrook Farms is an exciting place for students to enjoy a day outside with friends. Fernbrook Farms Environmental Education Center holds Spring Camp annually to coincide with as many school breaks as possible.

The program is available for ages 6–11 from 8:30am to 4pm. Children may attend any number of days. Optional extended care is available from 7:30-8:30am and 4:00-5:30pm. The daily schedule of feeding the animals, exploration, snack, and choice activities mirrors our unique summer camp schedule.

Exact dates for each year are listed on the online registration form. If you'd like to sign your child(ren) up for an outdoor, spring adventure during school break, register online or give us a call (609-298-4028) to reserve your spot(s).

Photo: Baby Goats

Registration

Register online now or give us a call (609-298-4028) to reserve your spot(s).

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