Group of Friends Going on Excursion
Fish in Net
Campfire in Forest
Kids Cowboy camp is an opportunity for your child or children to make new friends while enjoying fun western style activities and farm experiences. Children will enjoy hayrides, fishing, scavenger hunts, cowboy challenges, and daily farm chores with their camp team group. Children will collect items for every challenge they accomplish and leave camp feeling like a real cowboy or cowgirl. Here at scotch lake adventure, we have highland cattle, horses, mules, chickens and pigs and your little cowboy will get the chance to care for all of them with his or her camp team. Cowboy and cowgirls will design their own wanted posters and take on a western name for our fun campfire songs and walking chants. This camp is fun and country for your aspiring cowboy or cowgirl.
The camp is targeted for ages 7-11
(exceptions are sometimes made)
***COVID 19 restrictions has required us to run this camp in smaller numbers to respect the suggestions made by the government of New Brunswick***
ALL CHILDREN RECEIVE FREE COWBOY HAT AND BANDANA WITH CAMP REGISTRATION!
August 19-22nd (overnight camp)
19th: 9am arrival
22nd: 2:00pm family pick up and tour
ATV and HORSE TRAILS
hot dog and marshmallow roasts
bonfire country music bash
meals are served as a group three times a day with one snack time in between breakfast and lunch, lunch and dinner. If your child has any special allergies or health conditions please let the camp leaders know so arrangements can be made AHEAD of time.
Meal items are subject to change.
Below is a sample day :
breakfast: eggs, toast and sausage w/fruit
snack 1: apple
lunch: turkey & cheese sandwich w/chips
snack 2: banana
dinner: hot dog roast w/corn
desert: marshmallow roast
Wake up and bedtime
wake up is at 7:00 am with breakfast at 9:00 am
quiet time is 10:00pm
This year's movie night will be showing: BACK TO THE FUTURE III
outfits for each day that can get dirty
some $ for camp store
journal & pencil
sweatshirt & sweatpants
cowboy boots, farm boots or rubber boots
girls cabin and boys cabin are overseen by same gendered camp leaders