Summer Camps

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White Oak Stables summer camps are fun, creative and educational. We will keep your kids from sitting in front of computers, tablets, phones and video games all day long by keeping them engaged through creative expression, fitness and learning. We can provide your children with a one of a kind experience they will never forget in a beautiful, serene farm setting. See some of our past summer camp sessions!

2024 Weekly Sessions: Monday – Friday from 9am to 5pm

  1. July 29th – August 2nd – FULL
  2. August 5th – August 9th – FULL

Cost: $550 per session per child. There is a $100 non-refundable deposit to reserve your spot and the full balance is due 2 weeks before your camp session date.

Age Limit: 7 – 14

Clothing: We can provide riding helmets. Appropriate riding shoes and riding pants are required. Campers need a towel and bathing suit (or change of clothes) and flip-flops/crocs/water shoes for water activities. We do not allow campers to go barefoot around the farm.

Prior Experience: We prefer our youngest riders to have taken at least 2 lessons with us before the start of camp so we can make sure they can stop and steer the horses but no experience required.

Liability Waivers & Insurance: All our campers must have a signed liability waiver by a parent/guardian and provide their current insurance information.

Teachers: Jade Krafsig will teach riding lessons and lead camp. She has over a decade of experience teaching riding lessons and is CPR and first aid certified. Danielle Krafsig is an avid horse lover, Taylor Swift fan, and bookworm. She runs our art lesson sessions and assists with camp.

Daily Activities: Feeding, grooming, tacking, horseback riding, horsemanship, water balloons/guns/sprinkler, arts & crafts, snow cones and group activities

Other Activities: Horse training/lunging/free jumping/driving/farrier demonstrations, scavenger hunts, painting the horses, bathing the horses, braiding the horses, cleaning tack, mucking stalls, cookie decorating on last day of camp, STEM projects (bouncy balls and makedo cardboard creations)

Lunch & Snack: not provided, each child must come with a bag lunch and snack. Please let us know if anyone in your family has food or nut allergies.

Pizza Party: On the last day of camp we provide pizza (cheese and pepperoni) for campers and parents to give you an easy send off into the weekend.

T-Shirt: Every camper gets a White Oak Stables shirt, we will request sizes with your camp enrollment. Color may vary.

2024 Arts & Crafts:

Animals: We have small dogs, horses, cows and a cat.

Typical Camp Schedule:

  • 9am – campers arrive and feed horses, drop off at barn
  • 9:10am – horsemanship and/or team building activity
  • 9:30am – group 1 riding lesson, group 2 arts & crafts
  • 11am – lunch
  • 11:30am – combined group activity
  • 1:30pm – snow cones
  • 2pm – group 2 riding lesson, group 1 arts & crafts
  • 4pm – snack
  • 4:15pm – combined horsemanship and/or team building activity
  • 4:45pm – clean up, feed the horses
  • 5pm – campers go home, pick up from barn

Typical Rain Day Schedule:
Note: we will ride in the rain unless it’s pouring or there’s lightning

  • 9am – campers arrive and feed horses, drop off at barn
  • 9:10am – horsemanship or arts & crafts
  • 11am – lunch
  • 11:30am – group activity
  • 1:30pm – board games or card games
  • 2pm – horsemanship or arts & crafts
  • 4pm – snack
  • 4:15pm – horsemanship
  • 4:45pm – clean up, feed the horses
  • 5pm – campers go home, pick up from barn

Book your 2024 camp spot by giving us a call or sending us an email!

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