Equestrian Day Camp

Day Camp with a twist for horse lovers ages 11-12.


The schedule for Equestrian Day Camp follows the schedule for traditional Day Camp but while the Day Campers are involved in their group activities, the Equestrian Day Campers will be at the barn gaining hands on experience with the horses.


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During their time at camp, the campers will be learning how to groom and tack a horse, different horse and tack parts, breeds, colors, markings, and basic horse care. They will also have the opportunity to ride every day during their time. The campers will be receiving riding lessons by qualified instructors in a class of campers with similar riding abilities. Trail rides, games on horseback, and many other horse related activities will round out their day. Besides the horse experience, the campers will still be involved with the rest of Day Camp, participating in chapels, swim times, gold rush, and world service carnival. Equestrian Day Camp is a great way to fulfill your horse passion while here at camp.


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Equestrian Day Camp Experience Levels


Equestrian Day Camp will run for two separate sessions during the summer. Make sure you sign up early, as spots are limited.


July 10-14 (Beginner)


Designed for those riders with less than 10 hours of horse experience. Activities during the week will be tailored to building riders confidence on and off the horse.


July 17-21 (Intermediate)


For riders with more than 10 hours of horse experience. Activities on and off the horse will be designed to challenge their horsemanship.


If you have questions about which level your child is, please contact our Day Camp Director, Amie gleason.



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For the Parents


Camp Tecumseh is an American Camping Association (ACA) accredited site as well as a Certified Horseman’s Association (CHA) accredited site. Our site and safety practices meet all ACA and CHA guidelines. Our director, Amie Gleason, is also a CHA certified instructor. All of our counselors and instructors have gone through a week long training that models the CHA instructor’s certification training. Each child is to wear an ASTM/SEI certified helmet that is no older than 5 years of age and properly fits their head. Your child is more than welcome to bring their own helmet as long as it meets our guidelines and it fits their head properly. A proper list of items to bring to Equestrian Day Camp will come to you in a welcome packet when you register.




Contact Amie Gleason for more details about Equestrian Day Camp.