What does a camp day look like?
Our camp runs from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
In the morning, kids learn how to get a horse ready to ride, be around a horse safely, and, of course, ride! After they ride, they learn to get a horse ready to go back home to their stall and how to feed horses.
In the afternoon we learn about how to take care of horses, bathing them (after we have a ton of fun painting them!), creating environments that are horse safe, and taking care of their stalls.
We also activities like painting horse shoes, jumping in the arena like horses do, and making horses cookies!
What to Bring To Camp
In order to have the best time at camp, you camper needs to make sure to bring some things.
Campers need to wear:
- long pants
- closed toe shoes
Campers should have:
- water bottle (it gets hot!)
- a lunch
if they have a riding helmet and riding boots, they should bring them, otherwise we have some they can borrow!
We like to be flexible with our camp, because scheduling summer camps is tough sometimes. Because of that, we have two ways to enroll in camp. You can enroll your camper for a week of camp, or you can enroll them by the day!
When you enroll them for a week, you are welcome to split they days over a couple weeks!