of North Carolina
Space is limited!
We are limiting our camps to 12 riders in each week to insure that everyone gets the individual attention and riding time that they deserve! We will be working in groups and doing group riding lessons with hands on barn activities while the other group rides!
Our camp has been quoted by campers as "THE BEST CAMP EVER!!!!
To Be Announced!
From 9 am to 3pm
After camp care available till 5:30pm $40/week $10/day - no major activities planned, just babysitting and snack provided, reserved for the working parents!
Other options available with enough interest!
Camps run from Monday thru Friday and from 9am to 3pm. The cost of the camp is $275. Please email your name and address for a copy of registration form! email@example.com
We have several weeks available and when sending in your registration we ask that you pick a first and second choice. This will the best way to fill the camps and accommodate everyone as well as try and specialize some of the camps, whether by gender, age or experience. We will do our best to get you in your first choice. If none of the other dates work, find a week that will and write that in, as there is always a chance to ad a week in with enough interest. We had several inquiries last year about additional dates.
Yes! We do have boys join our camps and they have just as much fun as the girls! Three boys live at Clover Leaf Ranch so they will fit right in. If we can get at least 6 signed up we will hold a "COWBOY CAMP" that will be boys only, so get your friends together and sign up! Give us a call if you're interested in this!
What do we do?
Well we ride of course! We also learn about the horse and the equipment that we use with hands-on barn activities as well as indoor 'school' work. We have movies and horse related shows recorded for rainy days. We have several crafts to work on during the week and we have a pool to cool off in after lunch!
You'll take home crafts, paper work about the horse, a t-shirt, a group photo, a little hay and a little dirt!
Our camps have a great reputation for providing lots of horse interaction time. We really try and teach these kids how to ride, not just provide pony rides on a lead line. We hope that they will continue riding lessons and so try to make the ride times as enjoyable as possible.
Pack a lunch. Water and snacks will be provided.
Come dressed in a pair of jeans or pants to ride in as well as a boot or shoe with heel if at all possible. You will also need a swimsuit and towel and may want to bring a change of clothes for the ride home!