Summer Camp at the Heritage Farmstead Museum is an unforgettable opportunity for children to get outside, explore nature and connect with history. Open to students entering Kindergarten thru sixth grade, our week-long camps offer outdoor activities with a focus on history and farm life in the heart of Plano. Camp runs from 9am to 1pm Monday thru Friday. Campers will need to bring a sack lunch and water bottle each day.
Campers will be grouped by age (friend requests accepted), to form small groups that are led by trained camp counselors, under supervision of our camp director and education staff.
Our Pioneer Camp and Creek & Critter Camp have been thoughtfully designed to educate and inspire children, as well as build confidence, emphasize teamwork and maximize fun! Campers will experience all the best as a camper at the Heritage Farmstead Museum–exploring agricultural history, enjoying nature and creek life on our 4.5 acre historical site.
Creek & Critter Camp encourages campers to explore the natural world around them, with trips to the adjacent Pitman Creek and explorations into the world of water creatures and insects on our 4.5 acre site. Science experiments, nature art, games, and explorations of the outdoor world are at the heart of Creek Camp.
Camp Tuition is $250 per week. Tuition includes a camper t-shirt and a daily snack. Registrations are on a first-come, first-serve basis, and camps often fill up. If your spot is not available, please email using the address below to get your child or children added to our waitlist.
Upon receipt of payment online, a registration form will be sent via email.
Refunds can be issued upon request, minus a $50 administrative fee. Cancellations made at least 14 days prior to the camp start date. Send requests to [email protected]
If you need to change to another camp/week, there is a $25 administrative fee. Send requests to [email protected] at least 14 days prior to the camp start date.