Welcome to My Farm Camps!

My Farm Camps offers week-long or 1 day adventures on our beautiful 10-acre farm located in the heart of Ballantyne -Charlotte, North Carolina. During Summer Camp, each morning parents drop off their cowboys and cowgirls ready for life on the farm and in the afternoons, they pick up their farmers, ranchers, and cowboys and cowgirls exhausted from working, playing, riding horses, hiking, and experiencing farm chores, gardening and more!

Your child will fall in love with mucking stalls, changing horse shoes, digging in the dirt, and cooking the fresh veggies they pull from our 2 gardens. And you will love all the experiences, life skills, and fun your child has. One parent wrote us to say, “Thank you so much for the opportunity you provide for both my girls. They certainly love spending time with you and at the barn. This has become not only their favorite place, but also their safe place. Thank you again for all you do!”

We offer farm experiences including:

  • Private Camps
  • Horseback and Trail Riding Lessons
  • Birthday Parties
  • School Field Trips
  • End of the year Parties
  • Veterinary Training
  • Special Events/Adult Parties/Celebrations

2017 Summer Camp Registration is now OPEN!

NOTE: as of 4-1-17 Only Sessions 1 & 8 are OPEN

Download the 2017 Summer Camp Registration PDF here.

10580146_736684606390471_3522477826076757239_nCowboys and cowgirls jump into farm life during every activity. They participate in the daily operations of a farm, take care of horses, goats, pigs, and chickens, and tend to the gardens. At My Farm Camps, your child will muck stalls, change horseshoes, learn how to ride, and enjoy farm-to-table culinary recipes! (We hope this inspires them to clean their rooms and eat veggies at home too!)

Farrier visits the FarmLearn the importance of keeping your child’s horse healthy by participating in Farrier care! Afterwards we get creative with the leftover shoes!

Vet visit on the farm!Vaccinations, floating teeth, anatomy, health exams and much more all happen when the vet is at camp and on the farm!