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Summer Pony Camp at Tails and Trails Farm

Welcome to Tails and Trails summertime pony camp! One of our absolute favorite parts of the year is when we get to host groups of kiddos for summer camp. Any child age 6 and up is welcome to join us for a week of fun on horseback. Our philosophy is that kids learn more if they are having fun while doing so. We play many games on horseback that are enjoyable and have a great impact on building skills and the muscles needed to ride. Having a great time is only surpassed in priority by safety, as keeping our campers safe and healthy is most important. We ensure a proper counselor-to-camper ratio and that all activities are closely monitored. Check out and sign up for one of this year's sessions below. 

  • We have an extensive trail system that all kiddos get to explore, offering a unique experience for our campers. 

  • Kids ride twice a day, every day, making sure that our campers get plenty of time in the saddle. 

  • Over the course of the week, we learn about all things horse, such as anatomy, nutrition, and grooming.

  • Campers get to paint the ponies, and then learn how to bathe them.

  • All of the kiddos make a unique horse craft over the course of the week to take home along with a t-shirt.

  • We are also very excited to be offering a week of Advanced Pony Camp this year! Scroll down for more info and to book!

  • A $100 deposit is required to hold your spot with the balance due on the first day of camp. 

Advanced Pony Camp

In advanced camp, we build on the fundamentals of pony camp.  We explore our relationship and connection with the horse by studying horse body language and communication.  Campers ride twice every day.   Weather permitting we will explore different trails while campers ride independently alongside their counselors.  The week will conclude with a picnic lunch that we ride to with our horses and enjoy together on the trail.

 

 

Advanced camp is open to any previous campers ages 10+ who have completed two sessions of camp OR any riders that can independently post your trot.  An assessment lesson or a video of a rider will be required for kids not in the Tails and Trails program.

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