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Summer Day Camps

At our HorsePower Camps, children learn and grow while forging friendships with both horses and peers in meaningful and uniquely FUN ways!

  • Each session runs Monday to Friday, 9 am – 3 pm (before and after care also available for additional fee)

  • Beautiful, newly renovated equestrian facility including air conditioned learning room, kitchen and restrooms plus both outdoor and covered arenas and activity spaces so programs go on rain or shine

  • Highly qualified staff of credentialed instructors, educators and therapists with certifications in early childhood education, EAGALA mental health, equine safety, balanced riding, sports psychology and hippotherapy, among other certifications

  • Activities including horsemanship lessons, equine assisted learning, arts and crafts, and games emphasizing physical and emotional health

  • Beginner and intermediate riding for those who want and are approved to safely do so

  • Includes all activities and materials for those activities plus daily healthy snacks (campers bring their own bagged lunches)

  • $340 per camper per session (*Enroll before April 20 to receive early bird rate of $300 per camper per session!)

  • Before and/or after care also available, as early as 7:30 am and as late as 5:30 pm, by pre-arrangement for additional fee

SESSION 1 (JUNE 18-22)

Designed for campers ages 7 – 10 to make positive connections with others while learning about safe, kind and responsible social interaction – in both the real and digital worlds.

SESSION 2 (JUNE 25-29)

Invites middle schoolers to unplug and engage in horse related activities that help build social skills, leadership, confidence and character. We promise your children won't miss their smart phones, online games or computers for one minute at this camp!


Supports social skills development for special needs campers aged 7-12 who may struggle developmentally, emotionally or behaviorally, including those with ASD, ADHD, and LD. Siblings are also welcomed and encouraged to attend the session!

SESSION 4 (JULY 23-27)

Filled with horse-related lessons and activities that make learning FUN for pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students. Lesson plans are tailored toward campers' specific goals in reading, math and science education; horse related art projects, games and activities reinforce lessons as well as communication and social skills.

Something for Every Child at our Camps