Casey Farm

Corn Crib


Interior of wooden slat building hung with dried flowers and herbs looking out onto green landscapeMaybe because it looks a bit like it belongs in aSunshine stripes interior of wooden slat building hung with colorful plastic watering cans, including a dinosaur shape and elephant shape storybook, the charming corn crib is the most photographed building on site. It was built sometime between 1855 and 1878 on stilts and with open slats to allow feed for animals and other plants to dry for long-term storage. Today, we keep other kinds of items in there for storage–garden tools, games, the lost-and-found box, and all kinds of stuff related to Summer Camp.
Wood-slat shed with a square window in the gable end, slightly canted sides, and set on stone pillars. Bright autumn trees behind.