To ensure the safety of all participants and staff, Wolfe’s Neck Farm Camp will be following CDC guidelines with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic. Families will be required to fill out a daily health prescreen before arriving on campus, and campers and staff will need to wear masks at all times; the only exceptions will be during snack time, when participants will be distanced at least six feet apart. All Farm Camp programming will take place outside, except for activities occurring in the livestock barns, or in the case of inclement weather. Camp groups will have little to no interaction with each other throughout the day. Wolfe’s Neck staff will have sanitizer on-hand to promote proper health and safety practices.
Each day is broken up into two sessions – a morning session (8:30-11:30am) and an afternoon session (12:30-3:30pm) – making for a total of six different sessions. Parents can sign up for as many sessions as they’d like. If parents sign up for both morning and afternoon sessions on the same day, children will need to be picked up in between as we will not have programming during that time.
Kids will take care of livestock, develop outdoor skills, and explore nearby ecosystems while learning about sustainable agriculture and the environment.
There is a limit of 20 children per session and they will be divided into two groups of 10 based on age. The cost is $33 per session. Families who have a tuition credit from canceled 2020 programs may email or call (207) 865-4469, ext. 106.