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One Week Sessions

   Camp was a blast last year, and many of our campers are continuing on with lessons and in the Red Ribbon Club. We don't usually fill up till May or June, however to ensure your first choice of weeks please contacts us now.

   Each summer we host several one-week sessions of an equestrian day camp, for children ages 7-13, and a junior week for campers age 4 to 6. Ages are a guideline, as every child is different. If you have questions as to which camp would suit your child, please email or call us. There is swimming, arts and crafts, riding, and lessons in barn management and horse care. A mini show is held on Friday. We have a very small camper to counselor ratio for more personal one on one attention. Click here for information on what a typical day is like and what your child should bring with them. The cost is $250 a week with discounts for families. Talk to us about bringing your own horse. Transport as well as early drop off and late pick up can be arranged for a fee. Interested? Drop us a line at Camp@HeritageHarvest.com. or (301) 223-6731

Teen camp for ages 12 to adult will be held the weeks of July 22nd-26th. To qualify for Teen camp, campers must be able to walk trot canter and should be able to fetch horse and tack with out assistance.

Junior Camp- We are offering a camp for children 4-6 years old. one on one attention in the ring, no more than 1 to 2 in the barn or at lunch. Two shorter riding sessions to accommodate smaller campers attention spans. Simple, fun crafts. 9am-2pm. Only one week this year June 24th -28th

CiT Program- Previous campers who are at least 13 and have passed Pony Level Three or higher may apply to be counselors in training. CiTs are expected to be at camp on time or early every day. They help get horses ready and assist in teaching newer students the basics of riding and horse care. CiTs must have patience and a good attitude as well as knowledge. They are still eligible for camp awards, but do not ride with the campers (they may be required to help handle horses during the lessons). When all chores are done they may have an after camp lesson. There is no cost for being a CiT, but like campers they are responsible for bringing their own lunch.


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