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2022 Kid's Goat Farm Summer Camp 
Call 704-941-7944


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About Our Goat Farm Summer Camp

Join our “Future Goat Farmers In Training” Summer Camp and experience life on a real working goat farm in Mt. Pleasant, NC, just outside of Charlotte, Mint Hill, Harrisburg and Concord, NC. 


Your children will participate in daily farm chores such as feeding the chickens, caring for the goats, taking care of the puppies, filling the water troughs and searching for chicken eggs. They will learn about the farm through hands-on activities, games and stories. Be sure to wear work clothes and old sneakers or boots. Be prepared to get dirty and have fun!

Classes will meet rain or shine. This is a drop-off program and parents are not required to stay. Children will need to bring a snack and drinks or water, but no lunch for the half day kids camp program.

Ages 7 - 12, Half Day Program (9am-12pm)

Session 1: June 13 - 16th

Session 2: June 27 - 30th

Session 3: July 11-- 14th

Session 4: July 25 - 28th

Session 5: August 8 - 11th

Cost: $165 per session

Frequently Asked Questions

What is your cancellation policy?

Prior to April 1st, you may cancel your NC kids summer camp registration for any reason and receive a full refund minus an administrative fee of $50.00 and any third party processing fees. Cancellation requests made on or after April 1st will be eligible for a complimentary reschedule (pending availability), a full value credit towards future Baby Goat Playdates, events, or camp. Cancellation requests made on or after June 1st will not be eligible for a refund. All cancellation requests must be made in writing.

Can I change the week that I have registered for?

Prior to June 1st we are happy to accommodate week changes, pending availability. After June 1st we will do our best to accommodate changes but we anticipate being completely full this summer. If your child cannot attend the week you have registered for and there is no space for your camper in future weeks you will receive a credit for future use at Cotton Bean Farms.  


What age groups is farm camp designed for?

Our summer camp is designed for children ages 7-12.

Can I observe/participate in camp activities as a parent?

We encourage parents to join us on Thursdays at the Farm immediately following camp dismissal at the end of the week to bond with their campers on the farm. This is a great opportunity for your camper to show you around the goat farm property and share what they've learned about caring for farm animals! Of course, if your child is a little shy early in the week you are welcome to help them get acclimated to camp.

Is there a wait list for camp weeks that are full?

Yes! You may add your child to any week's wait list via the registration page. There is no cost to be added to the wait list. Should a spot become available, you will be contacted immediately and we ask that you provide us an answer within 24 hours.

Do you pro-rate camp days that are missed?

No, we are a full week camp and do not pro-rate camp days that your child misses. If you would like to try out camp we do offer a single-day registration option, pending availability.


What is your discipline policy?

We believe that our farm should be a safe space for all children. We have a zero tolerance bullying and violence policy towards people and animals. Should a camper violate this policy they will be asked to leave without returning. Upon arrival, campers will review and sign our camp behavior and safety contract so that they know what is expected of them while they are at camp. It is our top priority to remain a safe and enjoyable camp for all of our campers. No refunds will be issued!


I have a question not listed on this page, who should I contact?

Please call Stacey at 704-941-7944 with any questions you may have.


Side Note: "PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR DOG TO THE FARM* We have dogs on the farm, whose purpose is to protect the farm from other animals and predators. For the safety of the children who visit, we ask that you leave your animals at home. There is rarely adequate shade for you to leave your animal in the car while on site. 

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