Children's Horse Camp

 Not just your typical horse lesson! 

Learn and experience caring for a horse--including bathing, equipment and barn care, horse colors and breed, plus group riding lessons.  Add games for a FUN day.  For the June session, add cooling off with a swim and a horse themed art project for a child's dream summer days! 

If you have a child who thinks they want a horse, now is your chance for them to learn what is involved. 

Join us for this delightful experience that includes grooming, riding lessons, bathing, cleaning tack, learning about breeds and colors, participating in barn chores, and cooling off with a swim.

Bring a Snack, Lunch and Water Bottle

Ages 7-17
June 18 -19, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm     

$160/2 day session 

 Limit of 3 participants per staff member with a maximum of 6 campers


July 10 -11, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm     

$120/2 day session 


Should my child choose horse lessons or horse camp?
*During horse lessons a student does learn to groom a horse along with the private one-on-one instruction. 
*At horse camp, the lessons may include groups. Campers learn to groom a horse, learn and practice riding safety and skills, plus feed horses, clean stalls, paddock and tack room, soap and oil saddles and bridles, and bathe a horse. Campers also have time to study the different breeds of horses, colors, and markings, and other areas they may have interest with horses.

Suggested ages 
We have a small horse and taller horses. So children of any age that are looking for a pony and are afraid of tall horses may not be suitable. Sometimes we can help them overcome that fear of the size, but that depends on the child. Seven years and up are suggested ages, but younger children without the size fear do quite well.

Will a waiver need to be signed?
A waiver must be signed for this camp and parents must carry medical insurance on their child.

  • Closed toe shoes are needed for the horse activities. 
  • Pants and socks are also best to wear. 
  • In summer, send a swimsuit, towel and sunscreen for the pool.  Or, you can put on sunscreen before coming to camp as that will help during the horse activity time.
  • Please send a lunch/snack and water bottle marked with your child's name.


Parents are responsible for lunches and drinks for campers. You must have your own medical insurance and sign a waiver for horse and pool activities.

Parents, please review the code of conduct with your child before attending any sessions.  

Please be prompt to sessions but remain outside until time to begin. No refunds are given for missed time.

To hold your space, payment is required.  If we must cancel a session for any reason, your payment will be promptly refunded.



Please call weekdays between 9 am and 5:30 pm, and Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm