Hickory Hill Farm is a 501c3 rescue farm operating via a network of foster facilities throughout Tennessee. We offer horse rescue services for law enforcement & animal control, assistance for responsible owners, provide enriching programs for youth, & visit and engage with the community with our Pet Partner Registered Therapy Horse teams.
Each day we will buddy up for small experiments and then gather for a group experiment. We will make potato shooters, edible slime, rockets, exploding toothpaste, and more!
This camp will challenge and nurture the mind, body, and soul! We will create things, enjoy outdoor laser tag, practice yoga & meditation, and meet leading women in the community.
This camp is full of brotherhood, philanthropy, and FUN! Expect a week of GAGA tournaments, experiments, nerf, sports, guest speakers, and more!
Campers will create glamorous fashion items from glitter cuffs and jeweled bags to aromatherapy bracelets, hair accessories, jewelry and more!
We will sort into houses, learn potions & spells, make wands and face a sorcerer’s stone challenge. Campers get to make butterbeer and play daily wizardly games.
Nerf Special Forces $130/week
Put your Nerf skills to the test! Campers will have daily training, secret missions, target practice, and more! You’ll compete in obstacle courses and other games too! NERf equipment provided.
Counselor In training (CIT)
This is designed for youth 14+ who are interested in shadowing our staff. Campers will develop leadership skills and learn about being positive role models.
Shop at the Snack Shack, cool off in the Slip ‘n Slide, team building activities, community service project, rescue animal (horse) interaction, and Reading with Rescues!
As a partner in The Right Horse Initiative, we’re proud to support a national movement reframing the conversation about equine adoption. The Right Horse Initiative is a collective of industry professionals and equine welfare advocates working together to improve the lives of horses in transition through a dialogue of kindness and respect. HSNT is working with The Right Horse Initiative to promote the bond between horses and humans. We are good people for good horses, and everyone who loves horses has ownership in this movement. To learn more about The Right Horse Initiative, visit www.therighthorse.org.