Summer Camps

What is the current policy for Complete Equestrian due to the COVID-19 challenges?

We truly appreciate your support during these trying and complex times. In a situation that seems to be evolving daily, we are closely following the recommendation of the American Camp Association and the Center for Disease Control.

In the event that any of our summer camps will need to be cancelled or changed due to COVID, we will offer a full refund or credit to those who have already registered.

How might camp be different?

In order to promote the safety of our campers, we will be implementing

  • Camper screening at check in and check out
  • Groups of 25 or fewer outside and 10 or fewer in large rooms inside
  • Sanitizing all equipment after each use
  • Regular hand washing and access to hand sanitizer
  • Guidance to campers on how to maintain appropriate physical distancing, respiratory etiquette and hygiene
  • Masks are optional to those who would like to use them

Who Is Complete Equestrian Horse Camp for?

Our focus is on safety and having fun learning with our horses! We offer several different programs for our summer adventures!

  • CIT (Counselor In Training) for ages 13-16 years is geared toward developing leadership skills, organization skills and confidence teaching horse skills and riding horses. These riders will also be working on their own personal equestrian skills and journey. We offer a 6:1 student to instructor ratio.
  • Our Junior Rider program (ages 9-12 years) is geared towards learning confidence and equine knowledge on and off the horse. We love to help foster a deeper bond with horses. We want to instill a passion for the fun in horses. We offer a 4:1 student to instructor ratio.
  • Our Young Riders program (5-8 years) is based on learning the skills that will boost their confidence and joy with horses. These younger people will have extra attention to help with their fine motor skills, balance and be coached with joy! We offer a 3:1 student to instructor ratio.

Please register your camper in the age group they are at the time of camp.

Daily Itinerary: 9am-4pm

9-9:20Drop off and Check In.
Warm ups and Stretching.
9:20-3:40 Rotations between riding, art, education and chores
12pmLunch and Swimming
3:40-4pm
Popsicle Pick up and Check Out.

Extended Hours: We do offer extended hours from 8-9am and 4-5 pm for your convenience for $5/hour. We do not offer late pick up on Friday due to our 3pm horse show. Please let us know of your specific needs!

What do we do at Summer Camp?

Riding and Vaulting

Safety is our number one goal. On the first day the campers will learn the safest ways to be around horses. Campers will have their own horse for the full week. They will get to learn how to work with the horses on the ground, tying, grooming and saddling. After this they are ready to ride! Campers will be taught based on ability level. Beginners are at a walk, intermediate at a walk and trot, and advanced at a walk, trot and canter. We will be teaching English, Western and Vaulting throughout the week. The campers can look forward to games, patterns, drill team and rail work in their lessons. After their ride, they get some more hands on horse time while they cool down, unsaddle and groom their horses.

Vaulting day will be on Wednesday of each session of camp. We also offer a full week of vaulting summer camp for session 4 and 8!

All campers are required to wear an ASTM certified riding helmet while riding. Bike helmets cannot be used. We have several to use or you can bring your own. Campers must also wear long pants for riding and a smooth soled boot with a heel. Vaulting attire should be flexible exercise pants and close toed flexible tennis shoes. Campers are welcome to change into shorts after their ride. Open toed shoes are not permitted at any time.

Lunch and Swimming

After riding we will enjoy lunch and swimming. We have a heated in ground pool with a slide! We also have many pool toys and floaties. This is fabulous on those hot summer days after a long ride. There are at least two instructors present pool side when children are at the pool. Safety is always top of our list!

Horsey Chores

Who knew chores could be so much fun? On a hot day it’s really fun to clean a water tank, or sit in the shade and polish bits and bridles. Campers will also help with turning horses out to pasture, cleaning stalls, bringing horses in from pasture and feeding their equine partners every day. This gives campers a chance to learn how much it really takes to care for their favorite animals.

Equine Classroom

There is way more to horses than riding, and we feel that it is so important to teach that. The campers will get to play games, get worksheets and do hands on activities. We have a different lesson plan for every day of camp, so there is always something new to learn!!

Art

Campers will get to go home at the end of the day with an arts and crafts project that they made. The crafts are all horse related, fun and creative.

Friday Horse Show

On Friday at 3pm you will be invited to a horse show! Along with a beautifully decorated horse, you will get to see how your child’s horse skills have progressed. Be prepared for drill team performances and a vaulting show as the grand finale!

2022 Calendar

Session 1May 31-June 3 *prorated for 4 days
Session 2June 6-10, 2022
Session 3June 13-17, 2022
Session 4
*Vaulting*
June 20-24, 2022
Session 5June 27 – July 1, 2022
Session 6July 4-8, 2022
Session 7July 11-15, 2022
Session 8
*Vaulting*
July 18-22, 2022
Session 9July 25-29, 2022
Session 10August 1-5, 2022
Session 11August 8-12, 2022

Camp Availability

All Availability is current on the Registration Form and on button below.

CAMP AVAILABILITY

Waitlist Information

If the session(s) that you are wanting are full, please continue to fill out the registration form. Click the session(s) or day(s) that you would like to be added to our waitlist. You will be added in the order it is received.

You will NOT be charged for adding campers to our waitlist!

Camp Checklists and Policies

For your convenience please print off the Riding Week Check List  or the Vaulting Week Check List of items you will need for camp.

Please review our Weather Policy in the case of inclemate weather conditions.

Please use our Summer Handbook to familiarize your family with our policies and expectations.

Cost and Registration

CIT (Ages 13-16 Years)

Weekly Rate
Register Before
May 15th
$302
Register After
May 15th
$323

Junior Riders (Ages 9-12 Years)

Weekly Rate
Register Before
May 15th
$381
Register After
May 15th
$403

Young Riders (Ages 5-8 Years)

Weekly Rate
Register Before
May 15th
$445
Register After
May 15th
$466

Payment Information and Refund Policy

  • We will send you an invoice from QuickBooks after you submit a registration request within 1-2 business days.
  • Your space in camp is reserved when your registration is paid in full.
  • For your tax purposes: Our EIN is 20-8406025.
  • Payments: Please review of our methods of payment.
  • REFUND POLICY: Camp is NONREFUNDABLE.
  • There is an additional office fee of $30 for any changes made after 48 hours of your confirmed registration.

Registration

Please register your camper in the age group they are at the time of camp.

Young Riders (Age 5-8) Registration

Junior Rider (Age 9-12) Registration

CIT (Age 13-16) Registration