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Registration & Important Information
NEW 2020 SCHEDULE:
6 WEEK-LONG sessions for ages 5-12
Week 1: July 13 – 17
Week 2: July 20 – 24
Week 3: July 27 – 31
Week 4: August 3 – 7
Week 5: August 10 – 14
Week 6: August 17-21
FULL DAY ONLY: 9AM – 3PM
NECESSARY PROGRAM CHANGES:
NO HALF DAY PROGRAMS
NO PROGRAM FOR 4 YEAR OLDS
NO APPRENTICES PROGRAM
NO LATE NIGHT
NO EARLY DROP OFF OR AFTER CARE
Trustees Member Camper $380
Nonmember Camper: $480
If you have questions or concerns about the registration process or anything else, please get in touch with us at the contact information to the right.
Appleton Farms is part of The Trustees, a member-supported, nonprofit organization. Our Family Members receive a generous $100 discount for each camper for each week of camp, plus admission, discounts, and other benefits for your entire family at our 118 properties across Massachusetts.
If you are not yet a member or need to renew, you can purchase a membership as you register for camp. Your member discounts will automatically be deducted from your total at checkout. Memberships must be valid during the camp week your child is attending camp.
When you enroll two or more siblings at Farm Camp, you will receive a one time $10 per child discount.
Session Change Policy
If you need to change your session for any reason, there will be a $20 administrative fee for each change.
Until June 12, we are able to refund your camp registration fees. After June 12, we are not able to refund cancellations that are not COVID-19 related. Please note that Membership dues are not refundable.
The Trustees is committed to providing camp experiences for youth regardless of family income. To obtain a scholarship application, please click here or contact the camp office.
Health & Safety
We have made adjustments to our camp structure and procedures in accordance with the new Massachusetts Requirements for Child and Youth Serving Programs. Please review our Trustees Health & Safety Information, which may impact your decision to register your child for camp this year.
License and Accreditation
Farm Camp complies with all regulations required by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed by the Ipswich Board of Health. Parents have the right to request and review the following policies: background check, health care, discipline policies and grievance procedures. For summer 2020, we are additionally required to follow the Minimum Requirements for Youth Serving Programs established by the state.