IHR Summer Camp


Ages 6-15

Exclusive Ranch Experience
with Hands-On Agricultural Education
Join us for our annual IHR Summer Camp where your children get the opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes look at the ranch and experience interactive education at its finest!

Campers spend the day learning about Agriculture, Animal Welfare, and Conservation while visiting their favorite IHR animals. 

Activities include a tour of the ranch, feeding the animals, pony/camel rides, mining for real gemstones, and a corn maze challenge!

See below for more details...

Each Child Will Receive:
Official IHR Summer Camp T-shirt
Ranch Admission for Camper and One Adult 
Take-Home Crafts
Genuine Gemstones (Mining)
Daily Healthy Snacks
Camel Ride
Pony Ride (Children Under 100lbs)
Corn Maze Workbooklet (New theme every year!)
Corn Maze Challenge (Playing Over 20 Educational Game Stations)
Feed the Animals and Hands-On Interaction
Education About Agriculture, Animal Welfare, and Conservation
*Photos to Take Home

*Each camper will be creating a scrapbook to take home as a momento of all that they experienced and learned while here at the ranch
  1. Dates
    First Tues/Wed/Thurs of August every year
  2. Time
    9:00am to 12:00pm
  3. Dress Code
    play clothes - sneakers and long shorts or pants
  4. Paperwork
    Parents/Guardians must sign papers Tues morning


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  1. 3
    Days of Fun!
  2. 45
    Different Kinds of Animals
  3. 6
    Acre Corn Maze
  4. 30
    Educational Games & Activities

Interactive Education at its Finest!


Learn about farming: 

Learn about animal care:

Learn about preservation:

How it works.
The machinery used.
The people who make it all possible. 
The process our foods go through from the field to the table.
The difference between hay, straw, oats, corn and wheat.
How to properly tend a garden, and harvest organic produce.
Animal Welfare vs Animal Activism 
Why we do what we do. 
How we acquire our animals. 
How we take care of them.
Why IHR, and places like it, are important.

What it means.
Why it's important.
Who it effects.
What we can all do to conserve, protect animals, and care for our planet.