CAMP PROGRAMS

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C19 Update - 2020 Summer Camps Have Been Cancelled

PLAY DAYS

These individually scheduled play-day events are styled for pre-Kindergarten through 3rd grade classes and groups, on a case by case basis. Students and teachers alike are guided in equine learning activities in care, grooming, and more.

In addition to snacks, everyone also enjoys a bunch of fun and games, like pony hops, giant inflatable slide, carnival games, creative activities, and a an opportunity for some hands-on fur and feather time with friendly farm animals.

DAY CAMPS

Ranging anywhere from 1 to 5 full or partial days, Hoofbeats faith-based, day camps provide carefully crafted programs to meet the goals of the groups as well as each individual. Focusing on 4th – 12th graders, these day camps offer young riders age-appropriate activities like equine safety and awareness, team building games, horse riding lessons, ranch work, craft projects, Equine Experiential Learning, recreation, outdoor games, and much more. Snacks, water, and lunch are included daily.

OVERNIGHT CAMP

Partnering with youth ministries in the region, these Trailblazers overnight camps are a biblically-based equestrian program focused on providing campers with a unique opportunity for discipleship and leadership. Programs are tailored to meet the needs of the group and individuals. Activities include a rustic, overnight camping experience, outdoor-cooked meals, riding lessons, equine learning activities, water games, ranch work, team building, stargazing, campfire, Bible lessons, archery and more. Meals included.

HORSEMANSHIP TRAINING

Quality horsemanship is one of our primary goals. No matter your skill level, campers will learn a foundation of respect, care, communication, and confidence, with a goal of equine partnership.

Topics/activities may include:

  • FORWARD AND BEND
  • GAITS AND FRAMES
  • SOFT FEEL
  • EQUINE PARTNERSHIP

HORSE CARE & GROOMING

Learn how to feed, house, and care for your horse. Discover proper feeding/nutrition, what good equine health looks like and when to call the vet. Learn to groom, stable, and care for your horse.

Topics/activities may include:

  • HORSE CARE & GROOMING
  • HALTERING & LEADING
  • SADDLES AND TACK
  • BREEDS AND COLORS

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

Personal and spiritual growth are woven into every part of the camp program. Building relationships with God, family, and others develop a person who is kind, responsible, and acts with a servant’s heart.

Topics/activities may include:

  • CRAFT PROJECTS
  • KNOTS AND HALTER-MAKING
  • FAITH-BUILDING
  • RECREATION

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