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Confirmation Notices and Other Forms

When you register for Salomon Farm Day Camp you will receive e-mail confirmation of your registration as well as general information to keep for camp. Please download the appropriate information where applicable.

Download the 2018 Confirmation Letter after you register for Salomon Farmin' Fun Day Camp with all the fun details about your week at camp!

2018 Release & Authorization form

Medication Permission Forms (As needed)
2018 Medication Protocol Information
2018 Prescription Medication Permission Form
2018 Over the Counter Medication Permission Form

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Biographical Portraits 

Want to learn more about our 2018 Farmin' Fun Day Camp staff? Download our Staff Bios and learn more!

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 Are you ready for a virtual Farmin' Fun Day Camp tour? We have so much to show you.  

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We start our morning routine by deciding which team will help with the flag ceremony.  This particular day the FIT campers were chosen by the counselors. 

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Let's check out the garden...  

Our FIT (Farmers in Training) help us maintain the gardens and are responsible for harvesting and selling vegetables at the Farmers' Market.  As campers we assist with watering the garden, tending to the raised beds and transplanting seedlings.  We will also bring home a transplanted seeding so we can care for our new plant at home.  Don't worry mom, we will have information on how to care for our new plant!

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We rely on many groups to make our crops and gardens possible. Perhaps some day you will want to volunteer at Salomon and be part of the gardening crew. We can always use volunteers. 


While you are touring, be sure to notice the newest "barn" which is the Blacksmith shop. During special events the building is open for you to check out this exciting hobby. Classes are also available.

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As you walk around the property you may wonder about the future plans for the actual farm house and out buildings.  Currently a fundraising drive is being organized. 

Projects include:

Renovation of the homestead which will include restoring the Homestead to a 1930's farmhouse in keeping with the wishes of the Salomon Family.
Expansion of the Learning Center
Renovation of Summer Kitchen

Look for further information as all of this develops!  A very exciting time for Salomon Farm Park!!

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Our NEW Chicken Coop was installed in time for the 2016 camping season! Our chickens may venture outside or stay in the coop depending on the weather. 

Next stop is a visit to see our pygmy goats...



Off to see the "old barn" which was built in 1871. Rent the old barn for your next private event. Visit the old barn during one of our special events, come on a Wednesday to the Farmer's Market or enjoy it during camp.

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Who can resist seeing our goats and donkeys? Visit with our two miniature Mediterranean donkeys who are sisters; Chica and Chula.  They are camp favorites!

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Depending on our week, we may go on a scavenger hunt and end up criss crossing the entire farm.  While doing this we see our animals and have a chance for a brief visit before heading on to our next clue.  

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 During camp we take hay rides and learn about the Salomon legends. Be sure to ask us what we learn. 

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  • Our FIT (Farmers in Training) kids assist with our honey bees. Don't worry mom, we wear protective suits. We will learn a lot of facts about the honey bees including the following:
  • Did you know each worker bee works her entire life, from 28 to 35 days only to make just one-twelfth of one teaspoon of honey!
  • Bees must fly 55,000 miles and visit 2 million flowers to make one pound of honey.
  • You can experience the exciting and intricate world of bees up close and personal in a controlled and protective environment if you sign up for our FIT program!

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As a "FIT" we enjoy special projects around the Farm, help with the Farmers' Market on Wednesdays, enjoy campfires and special activities throughout the week and much more. 

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Our animals are the best and are our "stars" of the week. Ask us what we've learned about tending to our animals.

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The farm chores we do each day are divided up so they are appropriate for our age.  We just love the animals as you can clearly see...and our "chores" are just part of the FUN! 

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While you are touring...make sure you check out our new additions.  Albino Turkeys and our calves-Ben and Jerry!

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We are constantly on the mom we will come home very tired and hungry!

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Once a week our bubbly fun begins with a wagon ride to Becketts Run for a creek walk led by camp counselors. Campers, don’t forget to ask your counselor about Farmer Salomon and the Legend of the Broken Bridge! After the creek walk campers enjoy a wagon ride back to the Learning Center where the bubbles can be seen from a mile away! Don’t worry parents your children will come home clean, dry, and smelling fresh!”

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Even wanted to go fishing?  How about learning to cast?  On this day we headed out to the Pond to practice our skills and caught some fish.  Don't worry mom-we won't be bringing any home!  This was catch and release only!

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On certain days we check out and refine our craft skills!  We concentrate on learning traditional hand arts which could include: working with wool, dipping candles, small weaving projects or possibly sewing.

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Our Old Fashioned Field Day is held on Wednesdays at the end of the camp day.  Invite your parents to visit and see first hand what you have experienced throughout the week.  There will be old fashioned games and if you get hot, you can sip on lemonade or tea.  Our Farmers' Market is held in the Old Barn from 4-7 pm on Wednesdays as well so after we could visit the market to see what kinds of fresh fruit and vegetables we could purchase.

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How about an outside game or two to enjoy the farm atmosphere?

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Camp is so much fun it is hard to say, "good bye"! Don't forget to sign up TODAY so you won't miss any of the 
FUN! We will be looking for you!



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Book Sale

February 12-14, March 5-7, April 9-11, May 7-9, 8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Our monthly book sales are open to the public and feature hardback books, paperback books, and DVD’s. (Donations are accepted year round.) 

Children’s Book Swap & Sale

Tuesday-Thursday, April 2-4, 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Books, books and more books! From pop- ups to paperbacks and every book in between, there’s something to please every child and teen. Youth of all ages may swap up to 5 books while purchasing is unlimited and open to everyone. Books start at 25¢ and are no more than $1 unless specifically marked. We accept new and gently used books for the Swap and Sale. The books may be dropped off at the Community Center (233 W. Main) anytime between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. If you have a large quantity of books, please call 427-6467 and arrangements will be made to have the books picked up.

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WAYne Finding

Friday, April 26, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Pickup info packet & rules

Monday, April 29, 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Completed tasks due (NO EXCEPTIONS)

Walk, run or drive…SAFELY on this unforgettable, epic scavenger hunt adventure of a lifetime! Teams of two comprised of one adult (18+) and one child (17 & under) will travel Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas completing tasks of various point values. Once the event has concluded and scores have been tallied, the top three teams with the highest accumulative point value will be awarded prizes. All participants will receive a WAYne Finding t-shirt that MUST be worn at all times while completing tasks. Teams must stay TOGETHER while completing all tasks and obey all laws on foot or in vehicle. Each team is responsible for their own mode of transportation. At least one team member must pick  up  your  information packet and rules on Friday, April 26 and drop-off your  completed  tasks  and  answers by 4:30 on Monday, April 29 (NO EXCEPTIONS). This event requires each team to have active Gmail and Facebook accounts in order to submit proof of completion for certain tasks. Reg- istration begins March 29th at 9:00 am and ends April 12th at 4:30 pm. Call 427-5043 to register by phone or stop by the Community Center at 233 W. Main St., Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. You will need to submit a team name as well as birthdates and shirt sizes for  each  team  member  when you register. Fee: $40/team. NO REFUNDS. Registrations accepted after April 12th will be assessed a $20 late fee with no guarantee of your teams requested tee shirt sizes. Registration code: 243905-S1.



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McMillen Park Community Center

3901 Abbott Street
McMillen Park map
Supervisor: Andre Patterson

Monday-Friday 9 am-3 pm & 6-9 pm
Sat/Sun, 12-5 pm

Youth M-F, 3-8 pm FREE
(Must be registered in the After School program)
All others $1

Photo ID required

On-line McMillen Youth Program Registration form  Please call 427-2420 if you have any questions. 

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Visit the Kid's Korner Indoor Playground!

The Kids’ Korner Indoor Playground is located inside McMillen Park Community Center and is open to boys and girls ages 13 and under.

During the school year, the public hours for the playground are: 9-3 pm and 6-8:45 pm Monday/Friday.  When FWCS are closed, 9 am-12 pm.  Weekend hours are 12-5 pm if there isn't a rental.  

Children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times and must wear gym shoes while on the playground.

The playground is not supervised by Community Center staff.

Access to the playground is included in the $1/person.

Questions? Call McMillen at 260.427.2420. 

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 Youth Programs

Parents please complete the following on-line form and submit for your children that participate in the programming at McMillen Park Community Center.  Thank you!  On-line McMillen Youth Program Registration form  Please call 427-2420 if you have any questions.

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Check out the Youth Programs @ McMillen link  for a list of activities!

Congratulations to all of the teams that participated in the 2018 Black History Bowl!  Check out the Black History Bowl is Positively Fort Wayne Video produced by Channel 15 to learn more about the event and the impact on the youth of our community! Registration for the 2019 Annual Black History Bowl begins January 10 at Jennings Recreation Center.  Call Michael Ayers at 427-6700 for information packet.   

Adult Schedule

Check out the Adult Programs @ McMillen link   for a complete list of adult activities!!

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Special Events
Check out the Special Events link for information on upcoming events.

Daily Use and Rental Fee Information

A complete list of fees and charges is now available. 

The facility may be rented on Saturday and Sundays.  

For More Information

Like us on facebook!!

Please call the McMillen Park Community Center at 260.427.2420.

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Volunteer Opportunities

Parks and Recreation is not just for kids! We offer numerous opportunities for retirees and senior citizens to join our family
of over 180 volunteers and become involved in Community Center programs and operations. Our Staff thanks all of our
for their service throughout the year in making our jobs much easier! Join today and be apart of our team!!  

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As a Community Center volunteer you will find satisfaction in being of service to the community,
develop your interests and make new acquaintances.

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You may choose to volunteer on a regular basis or only occasionally as you like.

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Check out the Volunteer Application or Click Here for Volunteer Opportunities!

Enjoy some additional photos from the 2018 Annual Volunteer Recognition

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Thanks to the Alley Kats for their "tropical" performance!

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Thanks to all of our great volunteers!  In 2017 we had 180 Active Volunteers with combined hours of 8367!

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Thanks to Heartland Sings for not only entertaining us but also encouraging us to join in!!  

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The staff at the Community Center THANKS each and every Volunteer!  We need you!

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