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What does a typical day look like?

We wake the girls up at 7, eat breakfast by 7:30, then we get the horses from the pasture. The girls are in the saddle by about 9 am. They will ride for about an hour and a half in the morning, the rest of the time, they are either doing a craft, playing a game, or learning about horses. We’ll eat lunch together at noon. After, we will get the horses ready for another ride. The girls will again ride for about an hour and a half. If they aren’t riding, they are doing another craft, game, or learning activity. We’ll eat dinner, walk the horses back to pasture then spend the rest of the night playing group games and having some free time by the fire roasting marshmallows and making campfire food.

Are cell phones allowed?

We do allow the campers to have their cell phones, but encourage them to leave it in the bunk house until they have free time. We tell them they can use it to call home, but if we see it used to frequently throughout the day, we will take it and give it to them at night to call home.

My child doesn't have a cell phone, can they still call home?

Yes, we want our campers to be as comfortable as possible, if they want to call home to tell parents or family about their day, we are glad to let them. We try to limit the conversations to 5-10 minutes max. and open the phone up around 8pm.

Can I stay in the campground while my girl is at camp?

Yes, but we ask that the camper stays with the rest of the group throughout camp. If you’d like to see them before bed or throughout the day, we ask that the family comes to the lodge area where the girls are.

My daughter has medical concerns, will you accept them?

We want all girls to be able to attend camp. We ask that if they have any medications (including Advil and ibuprofen) that they bring them in the original containers. Counselors will take note of what medication is being brought in, what it’s for and when it should be administered. If the camper has any dietary restrictions, please note that on the registration form and we will accommodate. If there are any other medical concerns, please let us know what they are and we will try our best to accommodate.

How old do the girls need to be?

Ages 7-16 are welcome at camp!

When can I start registering my girl for camp?

Dates are posted around December 1st for the following year's camps.

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