Check out this year's crop of baby llamas called "crias".
“Art at the Llama Farm” is a day camp experience located at Walnut Ridge Llama Farm only minutes from Greeneville and Jonesborough Tennessee. The llama farm offers a summer day camp unlike any other in East Tennessee. It provides children the opportunity to discover a world where life takes place in harmony with nature. We now have the Lazy Llama Campground where couples, individuals, parents or grandparents of children can camp during the art day camp. We also have a camper called the "Llama Chalet Camper" for rent that sleeps 4 people. Children are allowed to enjoy and learn through fiber arts and crafts while surrounded by the tranquility of llamas. The 25 acre llama farm & campground is the ideal setting for such a unique art and farm experience. Children do not have to be “artistic” to attend the camp. This engaging environment will help children and adults discover their own abilities and creativity through art and farm activities. They will enjoy the lost art of fiber and interact with one of the world’s most gentle creatures, llamas.
If you are 9 to 13 years old for the children’s camp , come spend a few days at Walnut Ridge Llama Farm and have a great time expressing your creative side and learning all about llamas and farm life. Art, animals, and nature — it doesn’t get better than that!
YOU MUST REQUEST A REGISTRATION FORM DIRECTLY FROM MR. JERRY. PLEASE EMAIL AT WALNUTRIDGELLAMAS@GMAIL.COM OR CALL 423-823-2100 TO RECEIVE A REGISTRATION FORM. WE ONLY HAVE 15 SLOTS AVAILABLE IN THE CAMP. THANKS
During the sessions the students will be involved in activities such as:
CHILDREN CAMP 2021
JUNE 15th - JUNE 18th, 2021
Welcome to our SEVENTH annual Art at the Llama Farm Summer Camp. The llama farm’s summer day camp is open to children ages 9 through 13 years old. Campers will rotate through two art sessions and two farm activity sessions each day. Jerry & Carolyn are both educators and have worked with elementary & high school students their entire educational career. Carolyn continues to be an high school art teacher. We look forward to sharing our love of llamas and art with you.
Carolyn will retire May 2021. She plans to develop weekend adult camps for the future. The times will be announced at a later time. Stay tuned! Contact us if you would be interested in an adult camp.
This is one of our past kid campers loving on one of our young llamas she is halter training.
Some of the kid campers are learning to tie knots and make llama leads.
We are getting the boys ready for a one mile llama hike.
It looks like Gayle is getting some llama kisses from one of our favorite hiking llamas, Aramis.