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Together we create
ripples of healing
Blue Lotus Farm & Retreat Center provides recreational and therapeutic opportunities for individuals living with profound life challenges on our 64 acre rural retreat.

Our guests include children, adults, and seniors:

  • living with physical, developmental, cognitive, emotional, or mental health challenges.
  • who are at-risk due to abuse, neglect, low income, or trauma.
  • coping with a terminal illness, a chronic disease, or dealing with memory loss.

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We are open for reserverations.

Contact us today, 262.675.2473, to book your group outing.

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Did You Know??
Studies show that enjoying a natural setting - like a park, beach, wetland, or forest - can reduce blood pressure, anxiety and stress levels. Exposure to nature can help you sleep well and increase vigor and liveliness. It can even boost your immune system.

2017 Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Days
at Blue Lotus

from 10am - 3pm
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Saturday, July 8, 2017
Wednesday, August 16, 2017

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Click here to learn more about the Zip Day Program

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12th Annual Outing
July 10, 2017

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2017 boots and hat farm party logo
June 10th, 2017
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Blue Lotus Farm and Retreat Center is a charitable organization

"Our belief is that as we expand the heart, mind and spirit, we unlock our inner potential, which opens the door to change. Regardless of our abilities, we all have this capability and right. As we change, we move towards inner peace, which also extends out to our community, our country and our world. In this way, it's possible to create ripples of healing that positively impact others as we work to heal ourselves."

--Fred and Susan Bliffert

©2017 bluelotusfarm.org
Blue Lotus Farm and Retreat Center is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization (EIN#43-1989545).
All gifts to Blue Lotus are tax deductible within IRS guidelines.