Nature Education Center & Community Garden


Covid-19 Guidelines

In an effort to keep the farm a safe place for everyone, we are following CDC, PA, and Northampton County regulations. Our Community Garden and grounds are open, but our buildings are currently closed.

Additionally, we ask you to respect our No Smoking policy and to Leave No Trace to help us collectively reduce our environmental impact and to preserve the beauty of this natural environment.

Please wear a mask, social distance, and enjoy the farm!

 Camel's Hump Farm is located on the historic 135 acre Archibald Johnston estate, the country home of Bethlehem's first mayor. The farm was preserved in 2015 by the Friends of Johnston, Inc, an all-volunteer charitable non-profit organization and is being restored as a nature education center and community garden.


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Learn about how we have improved the farm


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Learn about where people learn naturally

Learn more about preservation of the buildings



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environmental education and land restoration to

support the needs of our community. 

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Contact Us:

Camel's Hump Farm

Nature Education Center & Community Garden

1311 Santee Mill Road Bethlehem, PA  18017


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