What is Galloping Grace Youth Ranch All About?

Use the "earlybird" discount code at checkout and get $15/off per camp!

*Offer only valid through March 31st.*


Featuring two exciting camps for kids ages 4-11 years old.

These educational, interactive, and FUN camps will provide opportunities for kids to learn about animals and farming with hands-on activities and crafts led by our very own Junior Leaders at our working ranch.​

  • Bottle Feed Calves
  • Milk Goats
  • Grow A Garden
  • Hold Baby Chicks
  • Create Art From Recycled Materials
  • Learn About Food Sources

Animal Life Camp

Ages 4-11 years old

Campers will learn about chickens, goats, pigs, and cows. Kids will work directly with each of these animals, doing hands-on activities learning all about livestock and some of their special fun facts!

With a chance to bottle feed calves, milk goats, and connect the dots about our sources of food. Campers will walk away this summer with unique and wonderful memories and knowledge. 


  • June 12th - June 15th (SOLD OUT)
  • June 26th - June 29th (SOLD OUT)
  • July 17th - July 20th

$150 / kid (weekly)

Payment required at time of sign-up.

Farm Life Camp

Ages 4-11 years old

Campers will learn about composting, gardening, pollination, and utilizing resources from livestock such as wool through hands-on learning with our goats, chickens, and other farm animals. They will even get the chance to help the Junior Leaders feed our livestock! The campers will be mini-scientists looking at compost jars with a magnifying glass, studying butterflies from all stages of life, learning about bee-keeping and their essential role in pollination, experience spinning and dying wool, and tying together how important livestock, food, and farming are to our entire world around us!

  • June 19th - June 22nd
  • July 10th - July 13th
  • July 24th - July 27th

$150 / kid (weekly)

Payment required at time of sign-up.

Please contact Jamie Magnant for any questions. (jamie@ggyr.org)


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