Flag Raising
Riding Lesson


Each day is packed with activities. We believe it is important for you to have a balance of scheduled activities or lessons and free play time. Our daily schedule incorporates both.

Each morning at 8am the whole camp meets for flag and morning announcements. Then we break into our riding groups and go to the barn and/or breakfast. We eat breakfast with our riding groups. The group who ate first then tacks up their horses and has their mounted lessons first while the other ½ of the girls have ground lessons, vaulting and barn chores. We switch at 10:30. Every morning we have a 1 ½ hour riding lesson.

After morning lessons we go to our cabins and wash up quickly and get ready for lunch. We eat lunch with our cabin groups. After lunch we have a state mandated 1 hour rest period. You do have to be in your bunks but you can read or do a quiet activity you do not have to sleep.

Free Time is at 2:00. All the activities are staffed and you can choose what you want to do. That means you can go to the pool every afternoon for the whole afternoon, you may choose the barn to hang out with the horses, or you may want to try to stop by all the activities but you get to make the choices. 

At dinnertime the whole camp gathers to take down the flag and after dinner we have a camp wide night activity which is an organized activity or game. Then we grab a snack at the treat store and then head back to the bunkhouse to get ready for bed. Lights out start at 9 pm for the youngest campers and get later for older campers.