Our riding horse camp is horse intensive, so the majority of our time revolves around horse activities. However, we do allow campers time for some swimming fun in our water park pool, a volleyball game and even a tennis lesson if they choose. In the evening there are many planned activities including movies (horse of course) in our movie theater, some ping pong in our arcarde, games, dances, plays, girl talk and everyone’s favorite camp time around the campfire. . Everyone LOVES a campfire with homemade smores!!!

7:00am Rise and shine
7:30 Breakfast
8:00 Time to tack for morning ride
10:00 Morning activities/tennis/volleyball/pottery
12:00 Lunch
1:00 PM Off to the barn for afternoon lessons (polo, vaulting, trick riding)
3:00 PM Tack care
3:30 PM Afternoon activities / Free time / Barn time/ arcade/pool
5:30 PM Dinner
6:30 Evening activities/movies/ charades/scrapbooking
10:00 Lights out

On the weekends we have special trips planned as well as horse shows at the farm. We also offer Polo lessons on our polo field. And if that isn’t enough we also have a Calvalia trainer for trick riding lessons. Those students enrolled in our vaulting program will put on weekly demonstrations for the campers as well. Our show team travels to shows in various locations every other weekend.


There is a maximum of 30 campers in each session. Approximately half of our campers reside in South Florida where we have our day camp and main facility. The remaining students come from across the United States, Europe and South America. Space is LIMITED and we usually reach capacity by mid February so register EARLY. After February please call for availability.