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Midway Farms Farm Experience Day Camp Albany

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Midway Farms Farm Experience Day Camp
6980 NW Highway 20
Albany
OR
97321
Tel: 541 740 6141

Directions

Midway Farms is located midway between Albany and Corvallis on Highway 20.

Where are we going today?

Farm Experience Day Camp is a wonderful opportunity for children to have fun and learn all at the same time. We have different themes for each day: Cow care, pony care, planting and harvesting, poultry care and more pony care. Our camp is geared toward children ages 5 to 12. We love giving children this hands on experience. Although there are some camps that deal with farm life ours is unique. Activities include milking the cow, riding the pony and candling the eggs. We provide snacks that are fresh from our farm and fit the days them. Children receive log book and a photo CD to take home as well as plants to raise themselves so that they may carry over the experience and share it with their parents.

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How much does it cost?

  • AdultsFree
  • ChildrenFrom around $50
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

10 am til 2pm. June 20th to 24th, July 11th to 15th, August 8th to 12th.

Teachers corner

Educational school tours are available ..

I'm Hungry!

We provide snack to fit the days themes but children must bring a sack lunch..

Healthy Eating!

All snacks and foods provided by Midway Farms are gluten free..

Any Top Tips?

Prices vary on camps type etc check ahead..

Need a little extra help?

As this is a working farm we do not have wheelchair access to our camp..

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    This is a family run business, and so beautiful to visit. We were greeted by several friendly pleasant workers (all family), even their young kids! Their kids gave us a tour of the farm and were very well mannered.
    They have A LOT of "made in Oregon" products, maybe most of them, actually. Such as: lotions, sprays, food, canned goods, greeting cards, plants, wine, vegetables, milk, eggs, etc. I think they sell meat and live animals sometimes too.
    They host occasional weekend events like wine tasting or live music.
    Take a drive and enjoy this...Read More

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This is a family run business, and so beautiful to visit. We were greeted by several friendly pleasant workers (all family), even their young kids! Their kids gave us a tour of the farm and were very well mannered.
They have A LOT of "made in Oregon" products, maybe most of them, actually. Such as: lotions, sprays, food, canned goods, greeting cards, plants, wine, vegetables, milk, eggs, etc. I think they sell meat and live animals sometimes too.
They host occasional weekend events like wine tasting or live music.
Take a drive and enjoy this beautiful family farm. I will be back!

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