** Please do not register for this Camp if your child has a bee sting allergies/or an
Epipen for bee stings.**
The Mulford Riding Camps are a hit every year. Campers have so much fun in this active and super fun camp. The kids participate in all kinds of activities.
Here are a few pictures from a recent Riding Camp…
This is a VERY popular camp and sells out every year. Reserve your spot today!
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For EARLY Drop-off: Campers can bring breakfast, a book to read, a quiet activity, or electronic device to use during this time. There are no organized activities during this time. We are not responsible for any books or electronic devices that are brought to camp.
EXTENDED TIME: 3:30 to 4:30 May include feeding horses, cleaning, working with Ginger the miniature horse, extra swimming and games. Riding is not guaranteed during this time, but we usually ride two to three times per week.
This is only a sample schedule of activities and rotation times. This varies each week.
Up to Three Hours of Horse Time!
FULL HOUR of riding each day! (If lunch time is during their riding time, they will eat lunch during their next activity).
Campers also get an Additional hour of Horsemanship instruction off the horse which may include grooming, tacking up and general horse skills. It also may include horse care, horse psychology, horse management, academics and games, braiding, shampooing, painting horses and general skills.
THIRD HOUR Horse Training: campers may also get a Third hour of horse time – Horse Training. (age 11-15 years).
And if they want even more time around horses they can choose to be a helper working with the horses and other riders.
If you have a friend who wants to join your Rider for camp but does not want to ride, we offer plenty of other awesome activities!
Here are some of the great activities that we offer throughout the summer.
Not every activity is available every week.
FUN WEEKLY ACTIVITIES
2. Horsemanship/Barn activities/Roping
3. Art and crafts, photography
4. Drama/theater and Movie-making
7. Horse Training
8. Gardening and Cooking class
There’s no better way to learn about gardening and cooking!
Growing vegetables and herbs the natural way! From our camp garden!
No pesticides. All organic!
Learn to care for and grow a garden and then taste your naturally grown produce in our cooking class!
Barn Activities May Include:
-Shampooing the horses
-Painting the horses
-Miniature Donkey/Ginger cart rides
-Miniature horse jumping
-The Barn Olympics
-The Great Barn Ninja Challenge!!!
-Shoot-out! (Water guns)
SPECIAL ACTIVITIES (not every week):
Vaulting—gymnastics on the horse
Please apply Sunblock and bug spray before coming to Camp.
Please remember there are no refunds or exchanges for any reason.
There will be a $25 fee for any change to your original registration.
Barn Camp: For ages 5, 6 and 7 please register under Barn Camp. With Barn Camp they have more time with the small animals and they have a counselor that moves with with them from activity to activity.
For information about Riding Instruction and Summer Camps,