Equestrian Camp | Sample Daily Schedule

7-8:30 am

Wake up and get breakfast

9:00 am – 11:30 am

Head up to the Equestrian Center for lessons and chores

Lessons are divided up by riding discipline and rider's goals for the week.  Each lesson is created with the riders' goals and abilities in mind.  Lessons are no larger than 5 riders and typically are team taught by camp staff instructors and focus on foundational principals in order to build on riders' knowledge and abilities

12:00 pm- 1:00 pm

Lunch and transition to afternoon activities

1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Afternoon Activities

Afternoon activities change daily.  Examples of activities are: swimming, group games and activities, and crafts.  Campers return to the barn for additional hands-on knowledge such as horse and rider equipment trivia, equine first aid, equine nutrition, and natural horsemanship workshops

5:00 pm- 6:00 pm

Dinner in the dining hall

One evening campers return to the barn for a Hoe-Down BBQ

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Head up to the Equestrian Center for lessons and chores

9:00 pm

Evening wrap-up and devotions

Each evening a member of the camp staff shares an inspirational or personal story and allows campers to share highlights of the day and any concerns or prayer requests

10:00 pm

back in dorm

11:00 pm

lights out

*Please note this is a “sample” schedule, campers will be given updated schedules at camp

Friday Lessons:

  • Friday is a time to share with family or friends, a snippet of what the camper has learned during the week.  Campers have a final lesson to showcase what they have learned or accomplished throughout their week at camp.  Campers ride at either 9am or 10:30am. 

Additional Activities:

  • Pony Games- one evening each week, campers have the opportunity to dress silly and play games with and on horses ranging from egg and spoon races to 3-legged camper races. 
  • Late-Night Tag Game- campers look forward to an extra late night of playing tag games in one of the campus buildings. 
  • Bonfire- we love to wrap up our time together on Thursday night with a bonfire.  Campers love to share stories, eat s'mores, and spread quality time around the fire before returning home. 
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