At the Animal Farm, there are sheep, goats, chickens, ducks, rabbits, and guinea fowl. The animals live at the farm all-year-round, so the animals you meet during one summer camp will still be here the next. The animals are fed twice a day, once in the morning when the farm opens, and once in the evening before the farm closes for the day.
The Animal Farm offers an alternative experience to many of the other shops. Campers may choose to adopt an animal at the start of camp, which then becomes their responsibility and playmate during the summer camp session. Opportunities are available to learn to milk a goat, bottle feed a calf and to learn about basic biology and animal care. The Animal Farm is also a nice, quiet place to spend time, read or even sketch and paint.