Come join us for a week of unforgettable fun!
Animals as Natural Therapy offers summer camp June through August, for youth ages 6-18. Get to know our horses, create fun art projects, play with our goats, bunnies and other fun farm animals, meet new friends, and more! See summer camp dates below:
SUMMER 2019 IS FULL
Dates – Summer 2019
July 8th – 11th: $375 (4-day camp)
July 15th – 19th: $450 o July 22nd – 26th: $450 (ANT Alumni – youth having participated in 2 full-day camps, or at least two quarters of after-school programs) o August 12th – 16th: $300 (Half-day camp, ages 5-8)
Please note – spaces are still available for Kidz Dayz on June 8th! Ages 3-7, $40. Call us today!
Full-Day camp: 10am-3pm
Half-Day camp: 9am-12pm
Camp spots reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. There are 10 spots in each week, so don’t wait – these fill up fast!
To reserve a spot, please send a $100 deposit and completed registration form to:
Animals as Natural Therapy
721 Van Wyck Road
Bellingham WA, 98226.
Space is not confirmed until deposit & registration forms have been received. Please call our office to confirm that spots are available in a given week.
Please note: ANT Day Camp is not a horseback riding camp – while there is some riding involved, we can suggest a number of other great programs in Whatcom County if your child is specifically interested in riding.
Limited scholarships available – We require a $25 minimum payment from all families regardless of scholarship awarded.
If you are interested in applying for a scholarship, please complete our Financial Aid Application to be considered for financial aid. Completed forms can be mailed to Animals as Natural Therapy 721 Van Wyck Road, Bellingham WA, 98226, or emailed to email@example.com (subject line Day Camp Scholarship Forms).
If you need a paper copy mailed to you, please let us know! We are happy to send one by USPS.
Please call with any questions: 360-671-3509
Day Camp helps develop:
Respect and Gratitude:
While honoring each person’s and creature’s need for physical and emotional safety, youth create a relationship of mutual respect with their horse, small animals, and with other camp participants.
Communication and Teamwork:
Clear and honest communication is key to teamwork between all beings. Conflicts are prevented or dealt with as one learns to identify their feelings and then what they need, and then respectfully ask for this from others.
Caring staff and gentle animals nurture youth; in turn youth learn to nurture. As a result, they learn who to trust and how to be worthy of another’s trust. This experience facilitates the creation of healthy relationships.