The Equestrian Camp is designed for limited number of beginning, intermediate and advanced riders, ages 8-16. The program is well suited to young equestrians who want to develop their riding skills in a non-competitive setting, while also enjoying a traditional camp experience.
This camp-within-a-camp allows young riders to develop their skills during morning classes five days a week. Campers meet at our stables to groom their horses and tack up for morning lessons. Students generally ride one or two horses prior to lunch. They also participate in field trips and other educational equestrian activities during their camp experience. Classes are taught by qualified professionals with backgrounds in dressage, jumping and Western riding. Each student is responsible for the care of his or her horses, including feeding, grooming and stall care. Students generally ride school-owned horses but can bring their own horses with prior approval of the equestrian director. Each afternoon, equestrian campers take a break from the barn and participate in a wide range of activities, including swimming, archery, tennis, photography, cooking, and more. Campers select new activities each week.
This year, riders will have the opportunity to utilize equestrian facilities on both campuses and participate in regional shows, jumping clinics, and other events.
For more information, please contact Equestrian Director Stephanie Gustafson or the Admission Office staff at (805) 646-1423. Our flexible schedule allows day and resident campers to enroll in two-week, four-week, or six-week sessions.
Space in this program is limited! Enroll early to secure your space.