Weekly lessons are offered to all in an inclusive atmosphere: traditional English and Western riding lessons to beginner and experienced equestrians alike, as well as adaptive riding lessons for children and adults with disabilities. All lessons foster each participant's cognitive, emotional, physical, and social development. Equine-assisted activities improve a participant’s balance, coordination, strength, and executive functions.

The equines in the program are valuable motivators and partners. They live in the present and accept individuals exactly as they are. In turn, they appreciate kindness, patience, and flexibility. Through mounted and unmounted activities with equines, participants can improve their ability to adapt, communicate, initiate, self-regulate, and trust.

Lessons are conducted year-round in a spacious indoor arena, a lighted outdoor arena, and an outdoor obstacle square. Participants and horses also use an outdoor track and multiple interactive exploration paths around the grounds.

Private Lesson Fees

30 minutes: $72 per lesson, effective September 1, 2024
45 minutes:
$85 per lesson, effective September 1, 2024

60 minutes: $105 per lesson, effective September 1, 2024

Current participants: Please review our Cancellation Policy. Then, sign up and prepay on CampDoc.

New participants: Click the New Participant Registration Checklist to begin enrollment.

Current/ Upcoming Terms

  • Summer Term: Monday, July 8 - Friday, August 30, 2024 - Registration Open
  • Fall I 2024: Saturday, September 7 - Friday, November 1, 2024 - Registration Open
  • Fall II 2024: Saturday, November 2 - Sunday, December 22, 2024 (No sessions held 11/28-12/1)
  • Winter 2025: Saturday, January 4 - Friday, February 28, 2025 (No sessions held 2/15-21)
  • Spring I 2025: Saturday, March 1 - Friday, May 2, 2025 (No session held 4/20)
  • Spring II 2025: Saturday, May 3 - Monday, June 30, 2025 (No sessions 5/24-26)
All participants benefit from direct horsemanship skill instruction. All mounted lesson fees include unmounted time for grooming and tacking or untacking the equine. Admission into programming is accepted on a rolling basis as space allows. Late enrollment will be prorated for the remaining number of lessons in the winter term.

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