2021 Day Camp Dates
9 AM to 4 PM (unless otherwise mentioned)
Ask about Spring Break, Thanksgiving, Winter Break, and Mid-Winter camps!
Summer Camps 2021 (Sign up Now!)
Week 1: June 14-18
Week 2: June 21-25
Week 3: June 28-July 2 (FULL)
Week 4: July 5-9
Week 5: July 12-16
Week 6: July 19-23
Week 7: July 26-30
Week 8: August 2-6
Week 9: August 9-13
Pre-Fair/Advanced Camp: August 16-20
Week 11: August 23-27*
Week 12: August 31 - September 3*
*Tentative, will run only if fair is cancelled
Winter Break - call for times
Mid Winter Break- call for times
Spring Break- Call for times
To attend a camp, you must call to reserve in advance. A starting payment of $315 must be made to hold your spot. The remaining $135 must be paid the first day of camp. The riding level of each camp week is determined by the first person who signs up for the week.
Mail to and make checks payable to:
24222 131st AVE SE
Snohomish, WA 98296
Please send in registration form with payment
We offer day camp any and all days off school in any school district, even if it's not listed. Please call if you are interested in attending a camp during the holidays and we can schedule one.
9am - 4pm
Prices are per camp week, per child
What We Do:
Advanced/Pre-fair Camp August 10 - 13, 2020
Advanced Prepare for fair Camp:$500, depending on activities ($350 due at time of registration, remaining due first day of camp)
For the more experienced riders, come ride in advanced camp to improve your riding for the Evergreen State Fair and have tons of fun with horses! Activities include lessons, long trail rides, swimming in the lake, bareback, jumping, drill team, a midnight ride, breaking horses to ride, training green horses and foals, going to Emerald Downs, and much more!
10am-2pm, $95 per day.
9am-4pm, $145 per day.
Whether you want to learn more about horses to help your child show or want to improve your own riding, this camp is designed for adults of all skill level and ages. We have many lesson horses you are sure to fall in love with! There will be instruction in english and western, showmanship/groundwork, all-around horsecare, showing, and much more! Give us a call at
What to Bring:
Shoes with a heel (boots)
Helmet (ASTM approved) or bicycle helmet (some available)
A sack lunch and a snack.
New to Camp:
Driving our fabulous miniature horses! Come on and enjoy the fun! Maybe we'll drive to the store In a cart and harness?
Camp with our driving mini Kisses