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1 Week , Coed, Aged 11-15


Wrangler Camp provides campers an introduction to the responsibilities and joys of horses with lots of riding time and hands-on experiences. 

Wranglers are assigned a horse for the week based on their abilities. These campers spend part of their time learning how to groom, saddle, bridle the horses, and get to experience all of the aspects of horse ownership and care.  They ride through forest trails and fields, and get to practice their skills in a closed arena, learning barrel patterns, and playing mounted games. 

Wranglers have some time to explore regular camp activities like archery, Alpine Tower, pottery, fishing, Free Swim, and Canteen. They also enjoy evening program with the rest of camp.

If the weather is not cooperative, adjustments are made to the Wrangler schedule to accommodate riding time.


For safety reasons, Wranglers should have long pants and closed-toed shoes with a defined heel (does not have to be riding boots). Please pack clothes and shoes that can get dirty.

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Wranglers stay in air conditioned yurts.

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