A Summer Camp in Ontario That's Not to be Missed
Just like best friends, CHP and Planet Kids have spent the past 18 years bringing farm camp experience to your young campers. Our campers learn about the food, farm animals, and by exploring all aspects of farm life – from making ice cream to really being up close and personal with our barn animals, then finishing the day off at the Kelso beach. A busy, entertaining, educational, and unforgettable experience that will last more than the summer.
Who Should Come?
Kids from grade SK to 3 love this day camp experience. Many return year after year. If your kids love animals, this program is the ideal experience. They will get up close and personal with the residents of our barn, and learn an appreciation for what the animals give us.
||Completed grades: SK -; Grade 3
||6 - 1 week sessions through July & August
|Staff to participant ratio:
||Country Heritage Park and Kelso Conservation Area
||9:00 am- 4:30 pm
|Cost per child:
Day camps run from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm, with busing available to and from the park.
So Much Fun, They Won't Want to Leave
Tractor drawn wagon rides, memorable interactions with goats, chickens, & sheep, the dyeing and spinning of wool, crafts, a dip in the lake at Kelso Conservation area, and so much more.
We believe in striking the perfect balance between keeping the kids busy while not rushing them through the day’s agenda. Creating the best atmosphere for both learning and fun is the goal of our programming.
Warm & Enthusiastic Staff Make Children Feel at Home
Our staff to camper ratio is 1:8. Campers get the perfect amount of supervision & encouragement. Your children will feel right at home while experiencing something new & educational.
Come Join the Fun!
Contact us at 905-878-8151 or toll-free 888-307-3276 or email us to learn more. You can also visit PlanetKids.ca and search for Farm Life Kelso to register for the program.
Country Heritage Park is home to a small set of live animal and poultry displays for educational and programming purposes and is host to a number of summer visitors as part of our summer event programs. Not surprisingly we have some wild visitors from time to time including Mr. Coyote and numerous squirrels and raccoons albeit not always welcome.