Horsemanship Camps - 2020 Dates coming Soon!

Horsemanship camp is for those who are looking to have a fun and exciting week experiencing horses first hand with knowledgeable and caring staff. Students will spend time at the stable learning to ride and care for the horses.

We have 3 different levels to fit many ability levels. Some levels may take more than one year to complete.

CLICK HERE for the Horsemanship Brochure or REGISTER ONLINE SOON

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for those seeking additional information regarding the details of horsemanship camps.

  • Homeschool Horsemanship Camp

    May 10-16, 2020

    If you love horses and are homeschooled, this is the place for you. This camp is designed specifically for homeschoolers age 10 and older.

    The teachings, chapel content and schedule directly tie into the campers’ needs.

  • Level 1 Horsemanship Camps

    May 31-June 6; July 5-11; August 16-22, 2020

    Campers will come and learn the basics of grooming and horse care, as well as learning to confidently control their horse. Games will be played to develop the riders confidence on their horse. A certification for CHA Level 1 is available.

  • Level 2 Horsemanship Camps

    June 7-13, July 26-August 1, August 9-15, 2020

    Campers will continue to develop their knowledge of horse care while becoming confident at controlling their horse at a trot. Basics of the canter are introduced along with intermediate level western games. A certification for CHA Level 2 is available.

  • Level 3 Horsemanship Camp - TWO WEEK Sessions


    June 21-July 4; July 12-25, 2020

    This higher level riding camp will test and expand campers’ riding

    ability and love of horses; there is a one week session and a two week


    The one-week camp for Level 3 riders is June 16-22. It will introduce campers to the level 3 course work and skills with games, activities and trail rides. Campers will learn more about cantering, including group cantering, simple lead changes and smooth transitions. The week will conclude with a drill routine on Saturday morning for family and friends.

    The two-week camp for Level 3 riders is June 30-July 13. The first week

    will be similar to the one-week level 3 camp. The second week will include

    practicing the advanced Level 3 materials, additional activities, and

    preparing an advanced drill routine for the Saturday morning show.

    In the second week campers will have the opportunity to take an extended

    overnight trail ride off camp property. A certification for Level 3 is

    available during both session options.