Our objective is to create a variety of fun and exciting activities where the day passes without measure and your child can not wait to come back and learn about life outside in the real world and not on the computer.
Fishing – Hiking – River Exploration – Team Building – Riding and more
Laced throughout the camp is a social component of respect, team building, and a commitment to environmental conservation of land and wildlife.
Soccer – Kick ball – Volleyball – Capture the flag – Tennis – Baseball – and more
Children need to play and exercise everyday. With limited opportunity in school and the overwhelming bombardment of the internet and computer games, kids truly need a place to run and play. Chukkar Farm, with over 100 acres, provides an excellent setting to develop a child’s natural desire to exercise.
Watercolor – Oil Pastel – Color Pencil – Drawing – Acrylic Paint and more
Each week has a medium focus and all camps artists will have access to colored pencils, oil pastels, pencils, charcoal and other basic art supplies. Art projects are based on grade level and the general ability of the group. Techniques and elements in art will be covered based on each project. The subject matter of the art will be direct observations of the farm.
One day each week will include an introduction to horsemanship and polo. The campers will learn the rules and traditions of the sport of polo, on the ground with foot mallets and mounted in our arena. Instruction will include understanding these beautiful animals and how to work safely and comfortably around them. We are excited to be able to share our passion for polo and knowledge of horses with the campers.
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