Summer Camp 2020



Welcome to our 11th year of summer camp at Sienna Ranch! This year with all the changes and with COVID-19 we are grateful to be serving our wonderful community from all over the San Francisco Bay Area. We will be running in person Summer Camps this summer under the new health order. Please see below for updates and contact us for any questions

Registration for Modified IN PERSON Social Distance Programs is Now Live! for Weeks 1-5. We will update families by June 14th for decisions on Weeks 6-10.

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2020 Summer Camp Weeks

#1: June 1-5
#2: June 8-12
#3: June 15-19
#4: June 22-26
#5: June 29- July 3*
#6: July 6-10
#7: July 13-17
#8: July 20-24
#9: July 27-31*
#10: Aug 3-7

* Weeks with Teen Camp Programming available

 Sienna Ranch OPEN the week of July 4th.  Dates and rates June 29- July 3 reflect a full 5-day week of program. 

Please choose programming based on the grade your camper is entering for the 2020-21 school year.  PreK participants must be 4 years old by June 1, 2020 and fully independent using the restroom. If you are trying to pair siblings or friends in the same age group, you may enroll an older child in a younger age group; however, please do not enroll a younger child into an older age group


Summer 2020 Policies

Please read all our policies, including our Summer 2020 refund, transfer and credit policy carefully before registering for any camp or class as purchasing registration signifies agreement to the stated terms.

Sienna Ranch COVID-19 Camp Guidelines

Welcome to summer camp 2020! As always, the health and safety of our staff, apprentices, campers, and their households is of the utmost importance. In responding to the Covid 19 pandemic, we have worked diligently to adapt our summer camp meet or exceed the recommendations outlined by the CDC, Contra Costa County Health Services, the American Camp Association, and Cal/OSHA. We thank you in advance for doing your part to keep our staff, apprentices, campers and their families safe!

Safety begins before camp even starts. We have some additional requirements for our families to complete before the first day of camp, and before arriving at camp each day. 

Before the First Day of Camp
  • Sign the Sienna Ranch Family Safety Pledge 
  • Please let us know about any health updates by emailing them to admin@siennaranch.net so we update your camper information on your account. 
  • Explain to your camper that Sienna Ranch will be a bit different this year because we are trying to keep each other safe from getting sick. For example, campers should expect the adults at the Ranch to all be wearing masks most of the day. Videos like this one can be good tools. 
  • Get a comfortable cloth face covering or mask for your camper. Practice until your camper can put it on and take it off independently. 
  • Practice washing your hands with your camper. Explain that we will be doing a lot of handwashing at Sienna Ranch this summer!
  • Remind your camper that we always keep our hands to ourselves at Sienna Ranch
Before Each Day of Camp
After Camp Ends
  • Families must inform Sienna Ranch administration if their child tests positive for COVID 19 within 14 days of the end of camp. 
Reporting Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19

In the period beginning 14 days before camps starts until 14 days after camp ends if your child or someone in your household are suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19 you must contact Sienna Ranch administration immediately by calling the office on 925 283 6311 or emailing admin@siennaranch.net. Sienna Ranch will follow all reporting guidelines required by the Contra Costa Health Services. Medical information will be kept strictly confidential and will be accessed by our camp directors only, except where required by Contra Costa Health Department and state or federal laws. For more information please visit Contra Costa County Health Services or call the Contra Costa Health Department on (844) 729 8410. 

If your child is unable to attend camp because they are experiencing signs and symptoms of Covid 19 or because someone they have had contact with someone who has tested positive you will not be eligible for a  refund or credit, however you WILL have the choice to add your name to the Make Up Camp Notification List. All eligible families will be emailed if any free spaces are available in age-appropriate camps later in the summer and spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Adding your name to the Make Up Notification list is NOT a guarantee that your child will get a make up camp.

Contact with Sienna Ranch Staff

Maintaining direct contact with families is important, but it’s going to be a little different this summer. If you would like to speak with a member of the admin team or with your camper’s instructor please reach out to admin@siennaranch.net or call us on 925 283 6311. We will arrange a phone call, zoom call, or social distanced in-person meeting as needed. 

Face Coverings for Campers 

Face coverings may be cloth coverings, bandanas, or masks. Most important is that they are easy to put on and take off and comfortable. See CDC Recommendations for Face Coverings.

  • All campers must have a mask and be able to put it on independently at the request of their instructor
  • All campers must wear masks during pickup and drop off
  • Instructors must wear a mask when within 6 foot of campers, parent/guardians or other staff members but may remove mask if further away than 6 foot
  • Instructors may require students to wear masks when they are within 3 foot (arm-span) of their instructor. Examples of times when your camper will be asked to put their masks on include: 
    • All pick up and drop off times
    • First aid or one-on-one conversations with staff
    • Helping open lunches, close backpacks, etc
    • In the woodshop
    • In the bathroom
  • At other times, masks may be worn if desired by campers. Campers will be expected to wear masks if asked by instructors for any reason. 
Social Distancing for Campers

Campers will not be expected to social distance from other campers within the same group, however camp groups will keep social distance of approximately 6 foot from each other. 

*NEW* Pick up/Drop Off Policy Weeks 1-5

Sienna Ranch Summer Camp 2020 Pick Up/Drop Off Policy

Overview:
Camper Drop-Off 8:45 am – 9:15 am
Camper Pick-Up 2:45 – 3:00 pm

For the safety of our campers and staff, we will be limiting the number of vehicles on site by staggering pick-up/drop-off times. Timing will be staggered by last names as follows:

Drop-Off

A-L :  8:45 am – 9:00 am

M-Z : 9:00 am – 9:15 am

Pick-Up

A-L : 2:45 pm – 3:00 pm

M-Z : 3:00 pm- 3:15 pm

Parents will be required to wear face masks/coverings once they pull into the parking lot. Face masks MUST remain on at all times when onsite. Parents should stay in their cars at all times (with the exception of PreK Groups).

Children MUST wear face masks during drop-off / pick-up. They will be able to remove their masks once they join their camp group and are instructed to do so by their instructor.

When You Arrive:

Drop-Off Procedures: Morning
Verify Emergency Information: (Monday Only)
  • Parents will be required to verify camper information and emergency contact details.
  • Sienna Ranch will provide parents with a Camper Verification Card
  • Parents will be required to display these cards on their dashboard during pickup and dropoff for the duration of the camp week.

Answer Health and Safety Questions

  • Parents will be required to answer health and safety questions. Note: this will be asked every day of camp. 

     

     

    • Do you or a family member have any of the following?

□ Fever

□ Shortness of breath (not severe)

□ Cough

□ Chills

□ Repeated shaking with chills

□ Muscle pain

□ Headache

□ Sore throat

□ New loss of taste or smell

    • Are you or any family members ill, or caring for someone who is ill?
    • If yes then, In the two weeks before you felt sick, did you:

□ Have contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19?

□ Live in or visit a place where COVID-19 is spreading?

Pre K Camps:
    • Parents will park in the parking lot and walk campers into the PreK zone in the family waiting area. (See diagram below)
    • Parents and campers must follow social distancing protocol (stay at least 6 feet apart)
    • Campers must have their temperature taken by Admin staff before joining their group.
All Other Camps:
    • Parents will follow the drive through drop off procedure (See diagram below).
    • Campers will unload at the designated drop off zone, have their temperature read, and will be directed to their camp group which will be marked by colored flags.
    • If a parent has children in both older camp and PreK, they must first drop off the older kid through drive through and then park and walk-in PreK camper.
Pick-Up Procedures: Afternoon
Pre K Camps:
    • Same as drop-off. Parents will park in the parking lot and wait in line in the family waiting area to pick up their child. (See diagram below)
    • Parents and campers must follow social distancing protocol (stay at least 6 feet apart)
All Other Camps:
    • Parents will display their  Camper Verification Card on their car dashboard at the driveway entrance. Sienna Ranch staff will radio for their kid to be ready.
    • Parents will pull up to the designated pick-up locations 
      • Blue Garden Gate Area for Nature and Farm Hands (Grade 1-2) and Horse Camp
      • Fire Deck Area for Nature and Farm Hands (Grade 3-5)

 

When Exiting Sienna Ranch

  • All cars must exit right turn only onto Deer Hill Road 

Rain or Shine Policy

SHINE (May-September)

Green hills turn golden as the winter rains dissipate and give way to longer, drier days.  Sun protection and hydration are key for comfort here in the warmer months, so we recommend the following five tips any time you see sunshine in the forecast:

  1. Pre-Hydrate:  Help students/campers get a great start to their day by dropping them off to the ranch well-hydrated.  Challenge them to drink and refill their water bottle at least once while they are at the ranch and ask them about it when you pick them up.
  2. Pre-[sun]Screen: Please apply sunscreen before dropping your child off for program.  Instructors do keep a small bottle of sunscreen in their first aid kits and can offer it to students who wish to reapply during the day.
  3. Label Layers: The morning chill burns off quickly and layers are often shed during exploring and games throughout the day.  We do our best to help keep children and their possessions together, but it’s easier to reunite a missing jacket and its owner with your child’s name in it.
  4. Check for Critters: Make a head-to-toe tick check part of your post-ranch routine.  Deer ticks are part of the natural Sienna Ranch ecosystem.  Ask your doctor if you are concerned about tick-related illnesses.
  5. Hats, yes, Sandals, no: We encourage students to wear sun hats while hiking and playing.  Consider letting your child pick out a hat they want to wear to increase the likelihood of it staying on during program.  To keep toes safe and prevent blisters or splinters from dampening the day, please make sure to send all participants in socks and close-toed shoes.  Students in the Riding and Horsemanship programs have additional horse-safe footwear requirements.

All programming continues, rain or shine.  Some activities, such as Horseback Riding are subject to adaptation when it is too hot and/or humid for the horses to exercise.  See our Riding and Horsemanship School page for more information about heat index.

Questions about the rainy weather policy you can read the fullRain or Shine suggestions for more information about how we embrace exposure and the elements.

Summer 2020 Refund, Transfer, and Credit Policy

SUMMER CAMP POLICIES

Purchasing registration implies agreement to the terms below:

Sienna Ranch camps are outstanding because our staff is outstanding.

Our refund policy allows us to reliably staff our programs with brilliant educators for your children.  Note: Camp refund, transfer or credit requests must be made in writing to admin@siennaranch.net. All refund, credit, and exception requests must be made within 6 months after the program’s start date. Voicemail message or in-person conversations cannot be considered as official requests.

Summer 2020 In Person Refund, Transfer & Credit Policy

Email received Credit Card Refund Transfer Camp Weeks SR Credit
Prior to May 7th Available, 5% credit card processing fee Available, no fee Available, no fee
May 7th-May 13th Not Available Available, no fee Available, no fee
May 13th – 2 Weeks prior to camp Not available on or after May 7th Available, ($25 fee per program) Available, ($50 fee per program)
Less than 2 weeks before camp not available not available not available
  • Refund: receiving cash, check or credit card reimbursement for programming paid for out-of-pocket.
  • Transfer: moving tuition monies within the Sienna Ranch registrations system to programming in a different date range (different week of camp or different session of the school year) for the same child.
  • Credit: releasing tuition monies from a specific class/camp/program and applying them to a family’s general account for use by any other sibling (not to be turned into cash, check or credit card reimbursement). Credit never expires.
  • Date ranges are based on the Sunday evening prior to first day of camp or session in question.
  • AM & PM camps are separate programs and incur separate fees for cancellations or transfers.
  • SR credit and tuition transfer available for use between immediate family members only.
  • We will do our best to honor all transfer requests but cannot guarantee space availability due to the first-come, first-served nature of our programming.
  • Please note that ALL credit card refunds are subject to a 5% processing fee.

Summer Camp Discounts

Summer Camp Discounts

Summer Camp Discounts

  •  Ranch Play Discount for Weeks 6-10 Only:  Register the same child for AM camp, Ranch Play and PM camp the same week and automatically receive $60 off that week’s total.
  •  Multi-Camp Discount:  Register the same camper for any 5 camps (morning and afternoon camps count separately), automatically receive 5% off the 5th registration and all future camp registrations. Note: Discounts are automatically applied to programs that are purchased in the same order. Please contact office to apply discounts to programs purchased separately.
  •  Multi-Sibling Discount:  Register two or more siblings for camp, automatically receive 5% off the second and subsequent child’s registration. Note: Discounts are automatically applied to programs that are purchased in the same order. Please contact office to apply discounts to programs purchased separately.

Absences and Early and Late Pick Up

Early Pick Up

Early Pickup: Unplanned early pick ups are disruptive and difficult to accommodate as campers may be midway through an activity or hiking offsite. 

For AM Camps- If extremely necessary please call the office before the start of camp to tell us your pick up time.

For Weeks 6-10 PM Camps- Early pickup is at 3:30pm only.  Please fill out the form below with at least 24 hours notice, otherwise we cannot guarantee your camper will be available for early dismissal. 

Afternoon Camp Early Pickup Request

Late Pick Up

Late Pickup Fees:  Please note that while we do appreciate a call or voice mail if you are running late, we will likely be away from the phone actively dismissing campers and may not receive your message immediately.  Thank you for being on time.

Minutes Late   Fee
1-5   none
 6-15   $10 / driver
16+   $1 / min late

Absences

Missing A Day of Camp: We are unable to offer make ups or to prorate camp tuition if your child misses a day of camp.


Schedule and Offerings for Weeks 1-5 (June 1st-July 3rd)

 

In-Person Social Distance Camps (9:00-3:00pm)

Farm Hands
PreK-5th Grade

Farm Hands – Farm Life, Animal Care, Garden Harvest

PRICE: $595 (Prek/K), $586 (1st+) per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 1-5! GRADES: PreK-K (*2 sections), 1st-2nd or 3rd-5th CLASS SIZE: max 8 PreK-K, max 10 1st+

Spend a week getting to know the residents of Sienna Ranch: the chickens, sheep, goats, ducks and horses. Campers will experience engaging interactions and complete meaningful chores while learning how to care for our animals. Campers will enjoy traditional farm activities including milking our goats, making goat milk treats such as smoothies or cheese, harvesting from our garden, and crafting with wool from our sheep. Our staff bring a passion for youth and animals together in this fantastic program where children will build relationships and learn respect for the living creatures at Sienna Ranch and delight in the timeless pleasures of ranch life.Our awesome new Morning Camp curriculum will now also include an age-appropriate mix of bonus specialty content from our afternoon camps such as woodshop, pottery, gardening, cooking, and archery for older students.

*PreK-K campers must be a minimum of age 4 and fully independent using the restroom as of June 1, 2020 to enroll.  Want to make sure friends/buddies end up in the same group?  Make sure to select the same class number (#1 or #2) and you’ll be all set!

*Food Allergies: Although we do not provide meals for campers, Farm Hands campers work with goat and cow’s milk, and there is always the chance that campers might enjoy an impromptu snack from the garden during their time at the Ranch. At the time of registration, please disclose any specific dietary needs, especially around eggs, dairy or wheat.  Cooking projects in the past have included enjoying scrambled eggs, home-made ranch dressing, butter made with heavy cream, crackers (gluten-free option available), goat milk smoothies, goat cheese, fruits, vegetables and fruit juice popsicles.  You are welcome to note any/all sensitivities or say you prefer your camper not eat ranch snacks.

Makers By Nature
1st-5th Grade

Makers by Nature – Nature Crafts and Outdoor Exploration 

PRICE: $586 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 3  GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th   CLASS SIZE: max 10

This is a camp for makers!  Campers will learn how to use natural materials such as clay, oak galls, corn cobs, and wood and turn them into projects like lamps, figurines, darts, and spoons. In between focused craft times, we will be out on the land finding signs of the animals that live there and building shelters out of logs and branches. By the end of the week campers will have lots of cool projects and fun memories to bring home. Camps will also include an age-appropriate mix of bonus specialty content from our afternoon camps such as woodshop, pottery, gardening, cooking, and archery.

Natural Adventures
1st-8th Grade

Natural Adventures – Outdoor Adventures, Team Building, and Hiking 

PRICE: $586 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 1 & 4  GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th CLASS SIZE: max 10

Campers will spend this week challenged and inspired by the great outdoors.  Natural Adventures campers will enjoy cardboard sledding down our grass hills, shooting a bow and arrow, and working together as a team. They will also get to hike and explore the many hills and valleys of the land.  The week will culminate with an all morning hike out to the Sienna Ranch Time Capsule, where campers can add their names and connect to campers from the past. Camps will also include an age-appropriate mix of bonus specialty content from our afternoon camps such as woodshop, pottery, gardening and cooking.

Ranch Equestrian Camp
2nd-8th Grade

Ranch Equestrian Camp – Riding, Groundwork and Horsemanship

PRICE: $745 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Every Week!  GRADES: 2nd-5th for Weeks 1-4
GRADES: 5th-8th for Week 5 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 12

Riding, horse-themed games, and horsemanship skills are the main activities in this camp. Campers will enjoy daily mounted and unmounted lessons in riding and horsemanship and other fun and educational horsey activities.  Campers work on new skills appropriate to their level during each mounted lesson. Through groundwork games and activities campers will learn horse communication, grooming, tacking, leading & tying, and how we care for horses to keep them healthy and happy.  When they are not working directly with the horses, campers will spend time practicing skills on the ground via various games and exercises that help develop their ability in the saddle.  Our Equestrian campers love getting to know our four legged friends!

Horses and Heat:  If the heat/humidity index is too high for the horses to exercise safely then we will substitute this with other experiential horse-themed activities. It is our preference for campers to experience mounted riding each day, whenever possible.

 Horse-safe footwear requirement 
Survival in the Wild
1st-8th Grade
  • Survival in the Wild – Wilderness Skills, Hiking, and Navigation
PRICE: $586 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 2 & 5 GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th for Weeks 2
GRADES: 3rd-5th & 6th-8th for Week 5 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 10

Surviving in the wild is no easy task, but with the right skills, it’s a lot of fun! This camp introduces the fundamentals of staying alive: fire making, shelter building, foraging for food, and purifying water. Activities will include hiking, practicing lost proofing skills, and sharpening our awareness of our surroundings. Campers will assemble a survival kit to bring home and will practice their navigation skills in a culminating hike in the hills surrounding Sienna Ranch. Camps will also include an age-appropriate mix of bonus specialty content from our afternoon camps such as woodshop, pottery, gardening, cooking, and archery.

 

Schedule and Offerings for Weeks 6-10 (July 6th- August 7th)

Early Morning Extension (8:00-9:00am) 

Early Birds

Our extended care service for families who need an earlier start to their day, Early Birds campers meet in the backyard area and play, draw, read or relax before morning camp begins. Flexible drop-off from 8am- 8:45am. Add on as a session item with your morning camp registration or drop in on the day.

PRICE: $60 for the week or $15 per day      Register Here
OFFERED: Every week! GRADES: PreK-8th

Morning Camps (9:00-1:00pm)

(Early Bird care available 8-9am, Ranch Play bridge care between morning and afternoon programming available 1-2pm*)

Farm Hands
PreK-5th Grade

Farm Hands – Farm Life, Animal Care, Garden Harvest

PRICE: $395 (Prek/K), $386 (1st+) per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Every week! GRADES: PreK-K (*2 sections), 1st-2nd or 3rd-5th CLASS SIZE: max 8 PreK-K, max 10 1st+

Spend a week getting to know the residents of Sienna Ranch: the chickens, sheep, goats, ducks and horses. Campers will experience engaging interactions and complete meaningful chores while learning how to care for our animals. Campers will enjoy traditional farm activities including milking our goats, making goat milk treats such as smoothies or cheese, harvesting from our garden, and crafting with wool from our sheep. Our staff bring a passion for youth and animals together in this fantastic program where children will build relationships and learn respect for the living creatures at Sienna Ranch and delight in the timeless pleasures of ranch life.

*PreK-K campers must be a minimum of age 4 and fully independent using the restroom as of June 1, 2020 to enroll.  Want to make sure friends/buddies end up in the same group?  Make sure to select the same class number (#1 or #2) and you’ll be all set!

*Food Allergies: Although we do not provide meals for campers, Farm Hands campers work with goat and cow’s milk, and there is always the chance that campers might enjoy an impromptu snack from the garden during their time at the Ranch. At the time of registration, please disclose any specific dietary needs, especially around eggs, dairy or wheat.  Cooking projects in the past have included enjoying scrambled eggs, home-made ranch dressing, butter made with heavy cream, crackers (gluten-free option available), goat milk smoothies, goat cheese, fruits, vegetables and fruit juice popsicles.  You are welcome to note any/all sensitivities or say you prefer your camper not eat ranch snacks.

Makers By Nature
1st-5th Grade

Makers by Nature – Nature Crafts and Outdoor Exploration 

PRICE: $386 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 3,6 & 10  GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th   CLASS SIZE: max 10

This is a camp for makers!  Campers will learn how to use natural materials such as clay, oak galls, corn cobs, and wood and turn them into projects like lamps, figurines, darts, and spoons. In between focused craft times, we will be out on the land finding signs of the animals that live there and building shelters out of logs and branches.  By the end of the week campers will have lots of cool projects and fun memories to bring home.

Natural Adventures
1st-8th Grade

Natural Adventures – Outdoor Adventures, Team Building, and Hiking 

PRICE: $386 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 1,4,7, & 9  GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th for Week 1, 4,& 7
GRADES: 3rd-5th & 6th-8th for Week 9 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 10

Campers will spend this week challenged and inspired by the great outdoors.  Natural Adventures campers will learn how to safely climb a rope, build a fire, shoot a bow and arrow, and work together as a team. They will also get to hike and explore the many hills and valleys of the land.  The week will culminate with an all morning hike out to the Sienna Ranch Time Capsule, where campers can add their names and connect to campers from the past.

Ranch Equestrian Camp
2nd-8th Grade

Ranch Equestrian Camp – Riding, Groundwork and Horsemanship

PRICE: $545 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Every Week!  GRADES: 2nd-5th for Weeks 1-4, 6-8, & 10
GRADES: 5th-8th for Week 5 & 9 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 8

Riding, horse-themed games, and horsemanship skills are the main activities in this camp. Campers will enjoy daily mounted and unmounted lessons in riding and horsemanship and other fun and educational horsey activities.  Campers work on new skills appropriate to their level during each mounted lesson. Through groundwork games and activities campers will learn horse communication, grooming, tacking, leading & tying, and how we care for horses to keep them healthy and happy.  When they are not working directly with the horses, campers will spend time practicing skills on the ground via various games and exercises that help develop their ability in the saddle.  Our Equestrian campers love getting to know our four legged friends!

Horses and Heat:  If the heat/humidity index is too high for the horses to exercise safely then we will substitute this with other experiential horse-themed activities. It is our preference for campers to experience mounted riding each day, whenever possible.

 Horse-safe footwear requirement 
Survival in the Wild
1st-8th Grade

Survival in the Wild – Wilderness Skills, Hiking, and Navigation

PRICE: $386 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 2,5,& 8 GRADES: 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th for Weeks 2 & 8
GRADES: 3rd-5th & 6th-8th for Week 5 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 10

Surviving in the wild is no easy task, but with the right skills, it’s a lot of fun! This camp introduces the fundamentals of staying alive: fire making, shelter building, foraging for food, and purifying water. Activities will include hiking, practicing lost proofing skills, and sharpening our awareness of our surroundings. Campers will assemble a survival kit to bring home and will practice their navigation skills in a culminating hike in the hills surrounding Sienna Ranch.

 

Afternoon Extension (1:00-2:00pm)

Ranch Play

Ranch Play is a supervised play time offered after morning camp. Relax at the story station, enjoy the craft of the day or play on the play structure in our backyard area. Available to morning or full-day campers only.  This is a set program from 1-2pm. Add on as a session item with your morning camp registration.

PRICE: $60 for the week or $15 per day      Register Here
OFFERED: Every week! GRADES: PreK-8th

Afternoon Camps (2:00-5:00pm) Only offered Weeks 6-10

Archery
3rd-8th Grade

Archery – Real Bows and Arrows

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 6-10! GRADES: 3rd-5th for Weeks 1-4, 6-8 & 10
GRADES: 6th-8th for Weeks 5 & 9 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 10

Campers will enjoy learning or improving their archery skills with an opportunity to shoot for at least an hour and a half each day on Sienna Ranch’s designated archery range, with distances ranging from 10 to 25 yards. Instructors model and encourage proper shooting form and techniques and help campers to reach their potential. Over the course of the week, campers will be given the opportunity to work on several archery related crafts, such as hand-drawn targets and homemade wooden arrows. Beginners are always welcome!

Art and Animals
K-2nd Grade

Art and Animals – Animal Interactions and Arts & Crafts

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 6-10! GRADES: K-2nd CLASS SIZE: max 10

This camp is perfect for animal loving artists. Each day we will  spend time with our animal friends and then make craft projects inspired by nature. Campers will interact  with our goats, chickens, ducks, sheep and horses and get to practice skills like milking a goat and grooming a horse.  We will make crafts from materials such as sheep’s wool, goat’s milk, and natural clay. This camp is sure to be a creative and cuddly good time.

Destination Discovery
3rd-5th Grade

Destination Discovery – Your Passport to Adventure

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Week 8  GRADES: 3rd-5th CLASS SIZE: max 10

Come see all of the destinations Sienna Ranch has to offer and complete your Adventure Passport by solving clues that lead to hidden stamps throughout the property.  Each day will have a new mystery to solve, a new survival skill to learn, and a new spot to explore at the ranch.  Campers will have fun using their problem solving skills, learning about maps and compasses, and completing physical challenges.

Fun with Horses
K-2nd Grade

Fun with Horses – Just Horsing Around

PRICE: $283 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 6-10!  GRADES: K-2nd CLASS SIZE: max 8

Fun With Horses campers do exactly that, spend a week having fun with horses!  Children in this special interest camp will have the opportunity to learn to “speak horse”, as they are introduced to the various ways horses communicate with each other and with us. Using fun games and activities, campers learn about colors and breeds of horses, parts of a pony, and gaits. They will participate in the various ways we care for horses to keep them healthy and happy, such as grooming, stall care, and feeding.  Highlights of this week for many of our campers are the times spent with pony rides, vaulting, leading, and grazing, and creating chalk or painted murals right on a horse!

 Horse-safe footwear requirement 

Note: Fun With Horses does not include daily riding.  For a camp with more of a focus on riding instruction, please see our morning Ranch Equestrian Camp, offered 9:00am-1:00pm each week.

Pottery
K-5th Grade

Pottery 

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 6-9 GRADES: K-2nd for Weeks 7 & 9
GRADES: 3rd-5th for Weeks 6 & 8 CLASS SIZE: max 8

Join in hands-on fun where campers will learn how to let creativity flow through their fingers and get messy with clay.  We will explore a variety of hand building techniques such as pinching, coiling, and slab rolling, which encourage investigation into size, shape, form, and texture.  We will also visit our onsite kiln to learn about the pottery firing process.  Each camper will have an opportunity to build and glaze at least four projects during the week, as well as visit and interact with our Ranch animals. 

Potions and Pies
2nd-5th Grade

Potions and Pies – Harvesting the Ranch’s Bounty

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 9 & 10 GRADES: 2nd-4th for Week 10
GRADES: 3rd-5th for Week 9 (Teen Week) CLASS SIZE: max 10

Potions are real.  Pies are delicious!  Join us at Sienna Ranch as we learn how to make treats from trees and medicine from plants growing here at the ranch.  Summer is the best time to create scrumptious pies from Sienna Ranch’s homegrown abundance. Campers will love making potions with mysterious powers, like healing salves and sprays to defend against bug attacks. In our free time we will enjoy hanging out under shady trees, visiting animals, exploring and playing games.

Ranch Hands
2nd-5th Grade

Ranch Hands

PRICE: $255 for per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Week 6 GRADES: 2nd-4th for Week 6 CLASS SIZE: max 8

Join Sienna Ranch’s Animal Care Staff as stewards of our beloved animal friends. We will learn about the care, behavior, and maintenance of each animal. Highlights include taking the goats for a walk, feeding the animals, learning how to maintain our animal pens and grooming, all the while learning about our animals, how to care and connect with them. Weather dependent, students will have the opportunity for short mounted horseback riding lessons as part of this camp.

Wonderful Wool
3rd-5th Grade

Wonderful Wool!- Fiber Crafts and Caring for our Sheep

PRICE: $255 for per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 7 & 10 GRADES: 3rd-5th CLASS SIZE: max 10

In this fabulous craft camp all of our materials come from right here at Sienna Ranch! Campers will get creative as they spin, felt, and dye their own take-home projects out of wool. They will delight in meeting our adorable miniature sheep, Marvin & Miles and learn how to care for them. They will also learn how to harvest and process plants from our garden to make colorful wool dyes. When they aren’t busy crafting, campers will get to meet our other ranch animals and visit favorite destinations on the land.

Woodshop & Natural Building
K-8th Grade

Woodshop & Natural Building – Carpentry & Woodworking 

PRICE: $255 per week      Register Here
OFFERED: Weeks 6-10! GRADES: K-2nd for Even Weeks 6,8 & 10
GRADES: 3rd-5th for Week 7
GRADES: 6th-8th for Week 9 (Teen Week)
CLASS SIZE: max 8

In this camp we will be building toys, games, and basic structures out of wood and other natural materials. Each day will begin in the Sienna Ranch Woodshop where students will learn to safely use hammers, saws, and drills to create kid-approved projects. Once confidence and skills are gained in the woodshop, students will use their hands and an array of natural materials such as branches and logs, rope and rocks, to build huts and survival shelters. This portion of the class will focus on basic structural design and building techniques that could come in handy in the backyard, during a camping trip, or even in a survival situation. Students can expect to take home at least 2 small projects.