HALLOCKVILLE FARM SUMMER CAMP
Connecting children to the land, the community, and their creative spirits
Hallockville Museum Farm offers a unique day camp experience for ages 5-10 unlike anything else on the East End. Hallockville’s inspirational setting will surround campers with 250 years of agricultural history!
Daily activities at Hallockville’s Farm Camp include circle time interactions with farm animals including cows, sheep, and chickens, farm chores, feeding animals, and themed projects and activities.
Early Bird Rate: is $430 (register before March 31)
Regular Rate: $450 (register April 1 and after)
Scholarships and discounts available.
Our Commitment to the Community
Hallockville Museum Farm is a 501 (c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to serving the educational needs of the community. We will be offering a limited number of camp scholarships to children from deserving local families and invite community members to help make the camp even more special.
Please consider making a charitable contribution that will enable deserving children to have a care-free experience at Hallockville’s Farm Camp. No gift is too small and all are appreciated. To donate, visit hallockville.org/support.
For more information about camp or scholarship opportunities, contact the Hallockville office at 631-298-5292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2023 Farm Camp Program
9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Week 1: Life on the Farmstead (Part I) → July 3 - July 7
Step back to a time without electronic distractions and experience life as it was on a farm. Campers will learn and experience how life was lived during a simpler time.
Week 2: Nature Explorations → July 10 - July 14
Campers will explore the 500 acres of fields and woods surrounding Hallockville and discover the North Fork’s flora and fauna. Plant, marine, and bird-watching experts will guide children in their journeys through the natural world.
Week 3: Tools and Trades→ July 17 - July 21
Farm life requires working with a variety of tools and implements to ‘get the job done’. With the guidance of craft peoples, campers will engage and hone their hands-on skills and creativity in working with wood, fiber, and more.
Week 4: Bees, Butterflies, and Gardens → July 24 - July 28
The Natural World is an intertwined web of relationships and campers will learn the importance of creatures that pollinate much of the food we need to survive. They will also put that new knowledge to work in the by planting, harvesting, and caring for the Hallockville gardens.
Week 5: Journeying through History → July 31 - August 4
The history of the North Fork and the nation is one of immigration including Native Americans, European settlers, and more recent immigrants from many other parts of the world. Campers will engage historical examples of local immigration to learn how it’s shaped the culture of the area
Week 6: Life on the Farmstead (Part II) → August 7 - August 11
Step back to a time without electronic distractions and experience life as it was on a farm. Campers will sew, wash, cook, chop and learn how life was lived during a simpler time. During Part II, campers will continue their exploration of farm and rural life using the resources of the historic Hallock Farm.