Questions? Email: [email protected]
What age group may attend camp?
Children between the ages of 5-12 years of age are welcome to participate in Granor Farm Camp. Each camper must be at least five years of age by the first day of their camp session.
Is this a half or full day program?
For campers between the ages of 5-8, camp begins at 9:00 AM ET and ends at 12:00 PM ET. For the older campers, between the ages of 9-12, camp begins at 1:00PM and ends at 4:00PM ET.
How many sessions of camp are there each season?
For 2021, we will host four one-week sessions of camp. You are welcome to enroll in one week or two weeks of the program. While the structure of the day is consistent week to week, the programming changes to incorporate the new produce that becomes available throughout the season.
Can you accommodate allergies (food, bee, etc)?
Possibly. If your child has a severe food or bug allergy, we recommend that you contact our program director, Liz ([email protected]) to discuss it further. Be aware that our kitchen and other facilities are not allergen free.
May parents/guardians participate in the camp program?
No. Each morning your child will be greeted by one of our fabulous and cool counselors who will escort your child to the first activity of the day. We ask that parents/guardians hold off on exploring the farm until the end of the camp session.
Is lunch provided?
No. Granor does not provide lunch for the campers. We have structured the schedule so campers can eat lunch at home.
What is the Granor Farm Camp Cancellation Policy?
Summer plans can change and we appreciate that. However, supplies are purchased and planning takes place well in advance of the beginning of camp. Therefore, we will reimburse 50% of camp tuition if you let us know at least two weeks prior to your session. After two weeks, the tuition is non-fundable.
Should your child or someone in your home contract COVID before the beginning of camp, you will be fully reimbursed.
The Granor Farm Camp team is working diligently to provide a safe, consistent, and well-rounded camp experience for all families. To achieve this goal, additional mitigation measures will be implemented this summer. We are working closely with the CDC and State of Michigan to establish guidelines for a safe, healthy and fun camp environment.
More details to come.