18/01/21 - 22/01/21
8 - 14
Our kids have missed out on community sport, time with their friends and had significantly more screen time. Now, more than ever we need to acknowledge the connection between our kid's physical activity and the positive affect on their mental health. Escape the uncertainty and replace it with FUN!
Don't let camp be another thing kids miss out on this year!
This year we are also offering an entire horse riding (limited spaces) camp:
$690 for first child.
$645 second child/multiple sibling.
To find out more information, register your interest at: https://www.theranchmp.com.au/summer- camp-expressions-of-interest/
The Ranch is a western themed adventure camp set on 200 acres on the Mornington Peninsula. It's a truly unique venue with something to do for everyone!
The Ranch is situated in Cape Schanck, on the Mornington Peninsula. The property is set on 200 acres with views of rolling hills and horses grazing. Its Western themed and like a town of its own. Our little town consists of cosy log cabins for accommodation, an old shearing shed as a recreation hall and a beautiful sandstone Chapel that makes for the perfect dining hall. The Ranch has evolved to become an adventure park with many exciting activities including Horse Riding, Flying Fox, Giant Swing, Leap of Faith, Archery, Mountainboarding, Climbing Wall. As well as adventure we also offer a number of (optional) educational activities including Indigenous Awareness, Marine Awareness, Paddock to Plate (at our local Farmgate) and Bush Wahzee. The Ranch is a truly unique venue for your next camp!
Catering Details: Both Full and Self Catering Available
Attractions Nearby: Cape Schanck Lighthouse, Ocean and Bay beaches, Arthurs Seat Eagle, Point Nepean National Park, Enchanted Maze Garden, Boneo Discovery Park, Peninsula Hot Springs, Hawkes Farmgate
ICF President, John Jorgenson, writes to the NSW Premier "...More than ever before, children need camp. Whether through school camp experiences or direct outdoor experiences arranged by families on managed camp sites, camps are ready and able to support your state’s children. Please recognize and consider camps as an essential service’ in the lives of our children. They, and New South Wales, will be better for it, if you do..."