Summer Camp FAQs

Yes! The campers will have multiple opportunities to interact with various animals. All animals the campers interact with have been evaluated by our behavior or farm staff.

Please keep in mind that this is primarily an educational program and while campers will get a chance to interact with animals, they will not spend the majority of their time caring for or playing with animals. Check out our sample camp schedule for an idea of what the daily routine will look like!

Each day varies, depending on what animals and guest speakers will be visiting camp. Here is a sample camp schedule for an idea of what the daily routine will look like!
  • Closed toe shoes (sneakers preferably) and play clothes.
  • On the first day of camp, they will be given a camper shirt. We ask that the campers wear these shirts each day, so we can identify all of the campers in program.
  • Bagged lunch
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen & bug spray

Please leave electronic devices and toys at home. Lollypop Farm is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Yes! AM and PM Care are available for an additional rate of $30 each or $60 for both.

  • AM Care: 8:00 – 9:00
  • PM Care: 4:00 – 5:00
You are able to add someone to the authorized pick-up list by logging into your Active Network account.
Upon registration, you will receive a confirmation email containing your receipt. You will notice that the tax I.D. is part of this email.

Please login to your Active Network account to download and print a receipt.

Because our staff is working around the clock to ensure your child has the absolute best time possible at camp, we have a strict refund policy once camp begins. Please email any cancelation requests to

If withdrawal from camp(s) occurs prior to June 1st: A non-refundable processing fee of $85/session for Full Day camps and $50/session for Mini Camps will be retained.

If withdrawal from camp(s) happen after June 1st and up to two weeks before the camp(s) starts: A deposit equal to half (50%) of the camp cost will be retained.

NO refunds are given during the 10 business days before a camp starts.

Fees will not be prorated due to absences or vacation schedules.

Unfortunately, we do not prorate due to absences. We encourage you to pick a session that your camper will be able to attend in full. We have so many different things to experience each day!
Yes. Our online registration system will create a waitlist when a session is at capacity. You are able to add your camper to a waitlist at no cost. If a space becomes available, we will first contact people listed on the waitlist.
We understand that some campers may not have any experience in a preschool or camp type of setting and will be adjusting to a separation from parents and normal routines. However for the safety of our campers, parents are not allowed in the camp room. Parents may stay in the area but out of sight with the understanding that we can always call if your child is truly struggling to adjust. It is also sometimes helpful for a young camper to bring a familiar comfort item from home, such as a favorite stuffed animal or toy. Please be sure to label these items, as we are not responsible if they are lost. Our experienced staff is honored to take part in the social growth of your child.
Yes, in most cases. Upon registration, you will be asked to complete a Camper Profile. Please add any information that will help the camp staff understand the needs of your child. If you are concerned about your child in this classroom setting, please contact the Humane Education Manager at or (585) 223-1330 x 173 to discuss the circumstances.

Safety is our number one concern, so please consider the following:

  • Remember that your child will be around animals. If you feel that they may act in a manner that an animal may interpret as a danger, then I would not recommend this particular camp.
  • Campers that require mobility assistance should be aware that many activities will occur outside, on uneven terrain.
  • Campers must be able to use the restroom on their own.
  • Although we try our best to accommodate campers with special needs, we are unable to provide one-on-one support. Campers are welcome to attend camp with their aide or respite worker.
  • To make sure Farm Camp is the right fit for your child with special needs, we encourage you to visit the facility before registering for a session. You are also welcome to setup an appointment with the Humane Education Manager.