3 Day Summer Camp at Cross E Ranch | Kids Out and About Salt Lake City

3 Day Summer Camp at Cross E Ranch

Our Summer Day-Camps are an awesome and fun way to keep your kids engaged in learning and experiencing life throughout the summer months. We have an array of fun learning opportunities and different ways your kids can participate. We want each experience your family has here at the ranch to feel like your visiting a favorite relative's ranch. Bring your kids out to experience the fun and work of being part of a working cattle ranch!

Details:

  • Camp runs from 8:30am-12:00pm
  • 3 Day Camps are Tuesday - Thursday

June 5th-7th, June 12th-14th, July 10th-12th, & July 17th-19th

 
 
 Our 3 Day Summer Day-Camps are great for kids that want to spend more than just one day being a Jr. Rancher! 

ACTIVITES INCLUDE:
Helping with Farm Chores:
Irrigating the fields.
Planting crops for the fall harvest.
Help with garden maintenance & weeds.
Help with maintenance around the ranch - painting, etc.
Extended Animal Care
​Washing Animals & Trimming hooves etc.​
PLUS:
Everything the 1 Day camp offers:
Helping with the Animal Chores:
Feed & water all the animals - chickens, goats, pigs, horses, etc.
Brush and maintain some of our goats, donkeys, & sheep.
Groom & tack up the horses and go for a short ride in the ranch yard.​
​​​​​ Fun Farm Time:
​Bumpy Wagon Rides.
Jump Pads.
Crafts.

Each camper will also receive:​
A Pass for a free pumpkin in the Fall and a free single Admission Ticket to the Fall Festival so they can come back and see the crops they help to plant and cultivate.
​A Cross E Ranch Jr. Rancher T-Shirt.
Pictures of their camp (we will email them after the camp to you).
Snacks during their camp.

$180 per camper

Organization:

Cross E Ranch

Location:

3500 N 2200 W
Salt Lake City, UT, 84116
United States

Phone:

802-203-0148
Contact name: 
Kris Faux
Email address: 
The event has already taken a place at this date: 
07/19/2018
Time: 
8:30 am - 12 pm
Price: 
$180 per camper

Ages

6-8 years 9-12 years Teenagers