Ambler Opens Summer Farm Camp Registration

The Big Red Barn at Ambler Farm, Wilton
The Big Red Barn at Ambler Farm, Wilton

Summer Camp

This unique summer farm program takes place on the grounds of Ambler Farm, a historic and sustainably run community farm in Wilton. This is an excellent opportunity for your child  to experience farm life. Kids will not only learn about the plants in our educational gardens, but also have opportunities to work in the gardens. Spending time with our sheep, Nutmeg and Clover, is a favorite activity as well as checking to see if our chickens have laid eggs. Baby chicks, rabbits and visiting animals provide engaging opportunities for kids to interact and learn about animals. The week is sure to include woodworking, hayrides, planting, harvesting, hands on projects, animals, cooking, and more! Kids will be divided by grade levels for appropriate grade level activities.  Each week will consist of different activities.

Contact Kevin Meehan at (203) 667-6941 with any questions regarding this program.


Pre-K through 7th grade


Week 1 – June 21 – June 25 (preschool only)

Week 2 – June 28 – July 2

Week 3 – July 5 – July 9

Week 4 – July 19 – July 23

Week 5 – July 26 – July 31


Grades 1 through 7: $330 per week (5 days, 9:00a-1:00p)
Preschool (ages 4-5): $300 per week (5 days, 9:15a-1:15p)


Preschool – download registration form >

Grade School – download registration form >


The farm is located at 257 Hurlbutt Street in Wilton, Connecticut. If you are coming from points north or south on Route 7, turn on to Route 106 north. Travel 1.2 miles. Take a left on Hurlbutt Street. Travel .7 mile. The farm is on the left.

5 thoughts on “Ambler Opens Summer Farm Camp Registration”

  1. Hi,

    I recently came across your program for summer camp and was wondering what the latest date is for being accepted for the programs.
    I have a 9 year old son who I believe would love your camp, but cannot commit to any week as of now.

    We are probably looking at the very end of July.

    Thank you, Kathy

    • Kathy,
      I heard back from the folks at Ambler. Here’s their response: “Generally we can fit people in for the regular program if they sign up later in the season. The preschool age program is limited and has been booked up well in advance the past two years.”

      Hope this helps.

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