Summer Camps

2022 Camps Information

We are busy planning our 2022 Summer Camp programming. Thank you to all the families that made our 2021 camps amazing! We look forward to hosting your children next year. We’ll see you in June.

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2021 Featured Programs

Lewis Township

Outdoor Adventures

Be the first to explore our new property at Greenacres Lewis Township! Hike the winding trails as we discover what this beautiful location has to offer. Visit streams, ponds, woods and pastures. Find a salamander, track a deer, learn a bird song, and make new summer memories.

Indian Hill

Kids Town

What would it look like if the world were yours to reimagine? This Summer, it is! Create a natural “town” in the Greenacres forest. Find your space, carve out your niche, and build a community with your peers in the heart of nature.


Wacky, Water Science

Come investigate the wonderful world of water! From exploring the creek and playing water games to experimenting with scientific tools, we will discover the mysteries of H20. Each day, we will dive into exciting challenges as we become water scientists!

Leaders in Training

Did your child age out of camp and is looking for an amazing summer opportunity? Our Leader-In-Training (LIT) program offers a unique opportunity for 14-17 year olds to develop their leadership skills all while sharing their experience and enthusiasm with the next generation of campers. Those accepted into the program will have the opportunity to interact with children, lead activities, pursue their passions, and enjoy time at Greenacres. LITs are required to volunteer two weeks of their time.

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Earlier this week the weather was perfect for winter bed prep. Around the middle of Autumn, we begin to prep various garden and flower beds for winter so that they have healthy rich soil in the spring. Using old baleage as a form of mulch in the fall, we ensure full ground cover that doubles as a carbon source for soil life that will eventually break down over the course of the winter. Any remaining baleage can be easily raked out by the spring and the beds are ready to go to begin planting into! ...

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To reduce the impact and emissions of constant mowing, our estate crew works with the livestock team to utilize sheep (and cattle) to graze areas that traditionally would have been mowed. Using temporary fencing, the flock is moved around the property improving soil fertility and root structure as they go. Our livestock crew makes sure to interact with them daily to socialize them and train them to move with ease from one paddock to another. ...

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The only ones who are excited about the end of watermelon season are the hogs! When we need to clear out the garden or the cooler, they’re always happy to help 🍉 ...

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It's one of our favorite days of autumn: TURKEY FREEDOM DAY! Our turkeys brood indoors for 4 weeks. At that point they are too big to stay indoors, but still too small to be free-range. To ensure they are safe, we move them into predator-proof mobile coops for another 3 weeks until they are large enough that aerial predators don't see them as dinner. Our livestock team sets up an electrified poultry fence as a barrier from ground predators and does a final check of their infrastructure and then our turkeys are free to enjoy fresh green pastures. They'll spend the next month foraging on clover, other grasses, insects and enjoying the fall weather.


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