Our camp environment offers an activity-based program with fun and challenging camp experiences, led by our highly trained counselors who provide guidance and encouragement. Activities include daily swimming, gym and field games, cooperative games, art and crafting opportunities, outdoor adventures, themed activities, down time in the electronic game room, dedicated snack and lunch times, and special events and more. Campers also have opportunities to customize their schedule by choosing their Majors and Minors.
For our youngest campers, those who have completed grades K/1, we have created a unique camp environment specifically for them, involving most of the traditional camp activities, while under the watchful eye of our counselors. Campers should be able to independently change in and out of clothing, swimsuits, shoes, etc.
Loud and Proud: Please be advised that Langford Farms is a large, social and physically active program. We provide structured and varied activities for the entire camp day. We recognize this may not be a good fit for all children. If you’d like to discuss if our program is a good fit, please feel free to contact the club at 615/754-8650.
The goal of our middle school program is to offer options to youth who have aged out of traditional summer camp. Participants in this group will have an emphasis on service, both within the camp and in the community. They will be integrated into the camp program as youth leaders, supporting camp staff, assisting with camp activities for children in the junior camp program, and receiving leadership training. They will spend their mornings participating in the activities of junior campers, team building, and/or training, and the rest of the day enjoying the amenities of our camp facility with pool time, recreational activities, and relaxed down time.
They will work together and participate in Community Service Projects throughout the summer.
Weekly field trips are the big perk - canoeing, water parks, skating - and lots more options. Field trip admission is included in the tuition, however, lunch/spending money may be additional.
Participants in this leader-in-training (LIT) program will be held to high standards and can be removed from the program if these standards are not met.