Develop Your Child’s Strength & Confidence at Camp
Summer Outside with Horses is Healthier than Inside on Electronic Devices!
Make Lifelong Friends at Horseback Riding Camp!
Camp Dress Up Day for Horse & Rider
Horseback Riding Camp Lesson
Spend Time Outside This Summer
Horsemanship is as Important as Riding
Camp Waterslide Fun
Bathing Horses is a Favorite Horseback Riding Camp Activity
Western Day Group Craft
Registration For Summer Camp is OPEN!
Two of our summer camp weeks are now full (Aug 14 and Aug 28 AM Session).
We have added a second Half Day Session the week of Aug 28 for the PM session which is 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
We also have made the week of July 31st for OLDER CAMPERS who are 10 years of age and older.
Camp & Summer is time for your child to expand their life experiences. Being outside of the classroom doesn’t mean your child should stop learning.
Bring nature into your child’s life by attending camp. Summer horseback riding camp is a fun way to supplement their learning and offer a new experience.
Children will spend the day outside in the fresh air instead of home in front of an electronic device. They will care for horses in many different ways – they will bath horses, groom them and learn how to care for any issues they may have.
We incorporate natural treatments for horses using essential oils in our mission to create a chemical free barn.
They will also meet other animal loving children and may build lifelong friendships.
Sir Winston Churchill stated it best when he said,
“There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man”
HORSEBACK RIDING CAMP SUMMER
Our weekly horseback riding camp is geared toward beginner and intermediate level riders.
Each day includes riding instruction, equestrian studies instruction, barn activities, crafts, snack and water slide fun!
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (most weeks are full-day session)
Mon – Fri 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (select weeks are half-day session – perfect for our younger campers!)
Mon – Fri 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (select weeks are half-day session – perfect for our younger campers!) NEW!
$695/week ($100 non-refundable deposit due upon registration) for full day session
$395/week ($100 non-refundable deposit due upon registration) for half day session
HORSEBACK RIDING CAMP SUMMER SESSION DATES – 2017
Session 1 Jul 10 – Jul 14 9:00 am – 4:00 pm REGISTER ONLINE
Session 2 Jul 24 – Jul 28 9:00 am – 4:00 pm REGISTER ONLINE
Session 3 Jul 31 – Aug 04 9:00 am – 4:00 pm 10 years of age & older REGISTER ONLINE
Session 4 Aug 14 – Aug 18 9:00 am – 4:00 pm SESSION FULL S ession 5 Aug 28 – Sept 01 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (AM Half Day Session) SESSION FULL
Session 6 Aug 28 – Sept 01 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (PM Half Day Session) REGISTER ONLINE NEW SESSION ADDED!
RIDE LEVEL DEFINITIONS
New Rider – Rider with little to no previous riding experience. Riders may have taken a few lessons or had pony rides. In general they are just learning to ride independently. They will learn how to handle a horse, mount, steer, stop, go forward and dismount. They will learn safety, master balance and build confidence.
Beginner Trot – Rider has recently started trotting either on a lunge line or independently. They may have just started posting. They will continue to develop the basics and a stronger position, while also learning to trot in a half-seat, post and steer while trotting.
Advanced Trot – Rider is very comfortable at the posting rot, including riding on the correct diagonal, riding a posting trot without hands and executing circles, serpentines and other ring figures. They will build on their previous trotting experience to become more effective riders. They will work on equitation, use of the aids, and more sophisticated ring figures.
HOW TO REGISTER
Register early as space is limited per session, this ensures each camper receives individual attention and supervision from our instructors and counselors.
The balance of payment will be due on or before the first day of camp. We accept cash, check and all major credit cards.
WHAT TO BRING
Campers should bring a backpack labeled with their name with two water bottles, sunscreen, lunch, riding helmet (we can provide helmets if needed), riding boots, a pair of full length pants/britches to participate in the horseback riding lesson, bathing suit, towel and a change of clothes for non-riding activities.
Snacks will be provided each day to all campers and a pizza lunch will be provided on Friday.
A vending machine with snacks and drinks are available to campers who wish to purchase items during camp.