Horse Camps

2017 information will be available in November.

Trail Trotters

Entering Grades 5–7

One week session

Trail Trotters visit our horse stables each day, building confidence and learning the basics of western riding. This camp teaches beginning riders basic horsemanship, such as horse safety, grooming, ring and trail riding.

Boots and Saddles

Entering Grades 7–9

One week session

Boots and Saddles campers are assigned a horse of their own for the entire week and share in daily care, grooming, feeding and maintenance. In addition, campers spend time each day at the nearby St. Croix Training Center learning the basics of English riding from experts in the field. Parents are invited to watch their campers demonstrate their new skills at a horse show at the end of the week.


Entering Grades 8–10

Two week session

Wranglers develop their horsemanship skills by caring, training, and riding each day at camp before embarking on a four day wild horse training trip. Wranglers must have previous experience horseback riding.