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Sprout Camp Sessions

Sprout Camp Sessions


At The Red Barn Farm, we offer a specialized Mommy/Toddler Day Camp that aims to provide an exceptional and immersive experience for Sprout Camp attendees. Our goal is to educate toddlers about farm life while allowing them to interact with our animals firsthand. Through various activities, children will learn about the life cycle of chickens, have the opportunity to hold and touch baby animals, and understand the basic needs of both animals and plants. As your little one engages with other toddlers in our playground area, parents can relax and enjoy a tranquil picnic in our designated picnic shelter.​


Typical  Sprout Weekly Agenda:

9:00 Sprouts arrive

9:00 - 9:30 Sprouts' animal/plant interactive mini lesson

9:30 10:15  Sprouts tour barnyard and learn animal names, the sounds they make, and hand feed animals

10:15 - 10:30  break/wash hands

10:30 - 11:00  Sprouts investigate mammal life cycle and match babies with their mommas

11:00 - 11:30 Sprouts collect chicken eggs and learn the life cycle of a chicken / explore incubators

11:30 - 12:00 Sprouts explore garden plants and vegetables and investigate the effects of sun and water on plant growth

Parents are welcome to use the playground area and picnic area after camp. 


Session 1: June 17 - 20 (Mon - Thurs)

Session 2: July 8 - 11 (Mon - Thurs)


​All sprouts receive a camp t-shirt

(Sprout sessions $170 Mon - Thurs. 10% sibling discount, 10% military discount - 1 discount per family) 

What to bring?


bathing suit




Proof of Identity (POI) for children. (Layman's terms, we just need to see your child's birth certificate or passport to prove their identity. That is all. ) The Code of Virginia section 63.1-196.3 requires all children under the age of 13 when first enrolled in a Virginia school or camp to present proof of identity and age. As of January 2017, The Red Barn Farm requires all parents to present their child's original POI on their first day of camp. Staff will verify each child's POI and immediately return the document to the child’s family before leaving check-in on the first day of camp.


The Code of Virginia states that “Proof of identity means a certified copy of a birth certificate or other reliable proof of the child’s identity and age.” The following documents are acceptable forms of reliable proof:

  • Certified copy of a birth certificate
  • Birth registration card
  • Notification of birth (hospital, physician, or midwife record)
  • Passport
  • Copy of placement agreement or entrustment agreement from a child placing agency (foster care and adoption agencies)
  • Record from a public school in Virginia
  • Certification by a principal or his designee of a public school in the U.S. that a certified copy of the child’s birth record was previously presented
  • Copy of the conferring temporary legal custody or entrustment agreement of a child to an independent foster parent. (identification card issued by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles DMV)


CAMPER FORM MUST BE COMPLETED - it is located on the front of the web site.

  • Refund Policy

    Tuition for summer camp is due at the time of registration.  

    If your child cannot attend camp,  tution will be refunded -$100 camp fee.  

    Refunds are only issued 30 days prior to the camp session; there are no refunds thereafter.  

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