I know there are lots of questions you may have before attending camp for the first time. So here are a few things that might help. Feel free to email, or call with additional questions.
Q: Do I have to bring a horse?
A: For all classes except rough stock, trick riding and goat tying, yes, you are required to bring a horse.
Q: What should I bring for my horse?
A: Bring all his regular feed, feed and water tubs, brushes and tack. Please make sure tack is in good repair complete with stirrup hobbles, and girth hobbles (if using a rear girth).
Q: What should I wear?
A: You will be spending a lot of time in the sun and riding, so we recommend jeans, boots, hat (or helmet), and long sleeved light weight shirt. This is for your own good and will help protect your skin from the sun. Sunscreen is recommended too. For the performance on the last day, wear what you would wear at a Rodeo or Horse Show.
Q: Where will I sleep?
A: You will be staying in the bunkhouse or in tents. Bring a sleeping bag. A mattress or mattress pad of some sort would be nice too. There are bathrooms with showers. Showers are required every night. Bring a towel and soap, as well as other personal hygiene items.
Q: Will meals be provided?
A: Yes, delicious, ranch-cooked meals will be served 3 times a day. Some snacks may be offered. Water is readily available. Let us know well in advance if your campers has special food requirements or allergies.
Q: Are there scholarships?
A: Yes, if you do not have the money to attend camp, please let us know and we will help you as much as we can. We don't want anyone left out.
Q: What else should I bring?
A: Bible, notebook and pen, bug spray, sunscreen, flash light
Q: What am I NOT allowed to bring?
A: Dogs; Electronics including cell phones and cameras; Alcohol and Tobacco are NOT ALLOWED (these rules are strictly enforced!)
Please read the following rules. They apply to ALL the camps we host and MUST be followed.