1. Cedar Grove Horsemanship Classes

Come learn all about horses! We accept ages 5 years to 18 years old.at our horsemanship class, you will be learning how to care for your horse, ride and have lots of fun. Playing games on horseback.

Cedar Grove Horsemanship Classes are dezined to teach children how to take care of a horse. We will be learning how to ride, english or western, or both types of saddle. We will be having lots of fun running and exercising their horse, brushing, learning how to saddle and bridle. And most of all, riding their horse! We have lots of games to play, while riding! We will be learning all about your horse, from colors to the tack, we use on them. We ride the horses in a covered arena, that is very light, so you feel like you are riding outside.

We also have lots of other little critters to play with. Our horses are all very sweet and safe! We have all sizes of horses, to fit the needs of their rider. We have horses for all levels of riding, from beginner to advanced. The games we will be playing, will be good for all levels of riding skill. We have riding boots and riding helmets for all the children,if you have your own please bring them! Come join us and experience the world of Horses!

Our classes are from 9:30am thru 3:00pm. Please bring a sack lunch, we will supply the drinks. Classes are July 7 thru 10, ; July 21 thru 24, ; August 4 thru 7. And a jumping class, learn all about jumping your horse! July 28 thru 30, class starts at 9:30am to 1:30 pm.If you would like a brochure, please call Maria 425-881-1669,or 425-444-5355. Or send an email with address.

Thank you see you this summer!

A one-of-a-kind camp program, emphasizing natural horsemanship, nature-based activities, positive peer relationships, and a warm, welcoming camp community. Small sessions with a max of 24 campers and a camper/staff ratio of 6:1 or better.

Since 1986, Ekone Ranch offers a one-of-a-kind camp program on 1060 acres of canyonlands, forests and meadows near the Columbia Gorge. Our residential, co-ed camp program features small groups of no more than 24 children per session and a 6:1 camper/staff ratio or better.

We offer a variety of sessions.

PASSAGE FOR GIRLS: A Coming-of-Age Journey in Nature, is an empowering experience for girls aged 12-16 and 17-22 (side-by-side tracks).

HOMESTEAD CAMP is a ranch intensive, focusing on homestead crafts and wilderness skills.

HORSE CAMP sessions emphasize the special relationship between children and horses. Campers spend many hours each day with our wonderful horses, grooming, learning groundwork, practicing in the arena, and going on long trail rides through spectacular country. We ride bareback and western. When not with the horses, campers are engaged in a variety of art projects, nature explorations, swimming, ranch activities and chores.

Our garden-fresh, from-scratch food is a highlight of the camp experience (many a camper has learned to love their vegetables in the Yummy Tummy Cafe). Campers sleep in our A-frame longhouse, in tipis, under the stars, or in the hay barn where we listen to the horses breathe all night long.

All of our sessions emphasize creating a supportive camp community, healthy peer relationships, and a positive work ethic. Campers have an unforgettable immersion experience in healthy lifestyles, good eating, and great friends. They learn that good work can be great fun, and they come back year after year for more!

Due to our small session size, we are happy to accommodate some children with special needs or dietary considerations--please contact us for more information.

Please visit our website at www.ekone.org or call 509-773-4536 for more information.

3. Pony Paradise Rides Horse and Pony Summer Day Camp

Pony rides are only part of the fun! Schedule changes every day, with indoor and outdoor activities, keeping your child engaged and active. Multi-week and multi-child discounts available. Horse and Pony Winter Riding Camps!!! 2 hour, Day or Week available

Pony Paradise Rides offers Summer day camps: Horse and Pony Summer Day Camp for 6 - 12 year olds, 10am - 4pm, Mon - Fri from late June through mid August.

Horse riding lessons are only part of the fun! Schedule changes every day, with indoor and outdoor activities, keeping your child engaged and active.

Outdoor activities include: Horse Riding, Bouncy House, Petting Zoo, Wagon Rides, Campfires.

Indoor activities include: Riding Etiquette, Arts & Crafts, Fun and Games, Stories, Songs and more. $400.00 per child per week. Multi-week and multi-child discounts available.

With over six years in operation, our summer camp is well-organized and well-supervised.

Located just off the Paradise Lake exit of highway 522, our location is convenient from any direction.

4. Princess ponies horse camp

For beginners who want to learn about horses

We teach the basic. Horsemnshop 101. By the end of the week you will think your child has been riding for months

5. Equine Escapes Camp

Equine Escapes Summer Horse Camp - Immerse yourself in everything horse! Go trail riding with your new equine friend! Stay overnight in our authentic tipis!

Learn all things horse at Equine Escapes Camp!
Activities included being responsible for your own horse (you may have a buddy to share with) horse care, horsemanship, western or english riding, lots of horsey games and activities and of course, how to speak horse! We offer 3 levels of horse experiences, from beginners to going TRAIL RIDING EVERY DAY!
We are located on 20 acres conveinently located in Issaquah approx 20 minutes from Seattle. In our activities, we also teach about the local wildlife and nature, have bonfires, go fishing on our private lake and have a magical horse painting party. Thursday nights we have optional overnights or you can choose from our all inclusive week long camp and stay in our authentic tipis. Kids ages 6-14 participate in our camps and also enjoy our outdoor lawn games, bounce house and our petting zoo!

Equine Escapes - Connecting to nature through the eyes of the horse...

6. Eremon Farm Summer Riding Camp

A an exclusively horse-focused day camp that teaches horse safety, care, grooming, and of course riding! Advanced camps also available for experienced riders. Full details available on our website.

Eremon Farm is pleased to offer our annual Summer Riding Camps! Our camps are designed to offer your young rider(s) a chance to experience the art and love of horse riding and care first hand.

Our camps are exclusively horse focused, and are designed to provide a large amount of saddle time so our beginning campers can learn their basics (walk/trot/canter and pole courses) or our more experienced riders can learn new, more advanced riding techniques with their flat work and jumping.

Among many things, our campers will learn:

· Horse and barn safety
· How to tack, ride and care for their horse
· Name the parts of the horse and tack
· Become proficient in barn and tack care;
· And, of course, ride!

Below is a list of session dates and times. Each session is from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with cost at $495.00 per child.

· June 27 – July 1
· July 11 – 15
· July 25 – 29

We have twice daily riding sessions, mounted games and plenty of hands-on learning time with the horses. Parents are also invited to join us on our last day for a mini “show” where the students will have a chance to show off what they have learned over the week.
Owner/Trainer Joanna Jackowich has years of experience teaching and directing riding camps, as well as being a professional A circuit instructor and coach. Joanna personally heads up each camp to ensure a safe and fun learning atmosphere for all students.

See you all there!

7. Lake Wenatchee YMCA Camp

The Lake Wenatchee YMCA Camp has a Christian emphasis focusing on the YMCA's character values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility in all our programs. We provide a well-rounded camping experience for each child, with opportunities for campers to sign up for Specialty Camps as well.

8. River Ranch

Girl Scout camp located east of Seattle, WA in the foothills of the Cascade mountains. Programs offered in horseback riding, arts, nature, water sports, trips and leadership.

9. Pony Badges Horse/Pony Camp & Girl Scout Badge Program/Art, too!

Our program offers a wide range of activities to keep your child entertained!

Our amazing ranch offers a true Cowboy/Cowgirl experience and loads of summer fun for your kids at an affordable price. Pony Badges can accomodate 1/2 day camps for younger kids and all day camps for older children! We have a team of well trained horses and ponies in our facility. We have very experienced and professional instructors that can't wait to have fun with the kids and the horses this summer so sign up soon-space is limited! Please call Deb @ 425-418-8484 for more info.Deb has been completing the Horsemanship badge programs with the Girl Scouts for over 8 years and the Boy Scouts the last 1 1/2 years, so you know your kids are in good hands. The program will teach safety, english and western riding techniques, ground handling and horsemanship, tacking and horse care as well as developing treamwork while improving self esteem. Dates/ times/camps are flexible so don't hesitate to call, text or email!

10. YD Adventures
11. Bold Earth Teen Adventures

Are you ready to take your summer adventure up a notch? Tired of doing the same old thing every year? Adventure with Bold Earth around the world! Everywhere from Colorado, Alaska, Australia, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Europe, Bali, Fiji, Greece, Thailand, Africa, South America and more. More locations. More adventures; trips of a lifetime.

When it comes to unforgettable summers Bold Earth Teen Adventures has been leading the teen adventure travel industry since 1976. Our vision empowers high school students to feel alive, competent and part of a self-motivated team. Enjoy world class expeditions in rock climbing, white water rafting, backpacking, biking, sailing, kayaking, horse packing and service projects. Our hallmark is responsibility, commitment and inspirational leadership. Phone interview and references are required. Join us in Alaska, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Europe, Colorado, Thailand, Fiji, Bali, Australia, England, California, Washington state, Africa and beyond. More locations. More adventures. Trips of a lifetime.

12. Camp Zanika Lache

Located on Lake Wenatchee, a beautiful mountain lake in the Wenatchee National Forest near Leavenworth, Washington. Fun, adventure and friendships for girls and boys ages 6-17.

Come into the mountains this summer! Join our 75 year tradition of friendship, quality programs, and love of nature. Kids entering grades 1-12 can explore Camp Zanika’s forest setting on the shores of beautiful Lake Wenatchee while they learn new skills, have fun, and make new friends. There are lots of great activities, including:

• Ropes and Challenge Course
• Archery
• Campfires
• Swimming
• Kayaking
• Songs
• Nature Craft
• Cookouts
• Rafting
• Hiking
• Tie Dye
• Horseback Riding
• Arts and Crafts
• Backpacking
• Canoeing
• Skits
• And More!

Camp Zanika is operated by Camp Fire USA North Central Washington Council. Our activities are progressive and age appropriate. Our programs are based on the Camp Fire USA philosophy: an emphasis on small groups, individual attention, acceptance of differences and a loosely-structured, child-centered approach. Programs focus on appreciation of the out-of-doors, democratic group living, non-competitive sports and games, skill development, respect, concern for others, fun and friendship.

13. Miracle Ranch

Open year round on Horseshoe lake for campers and guest groups. Full service dining room and heated cabins, with baths.

14. The Whole Horse Place

Come see what owning a horse is like. Start with beginning "hands on" horsemanship focused on safety and progress through all aspects of horse ownership. Make a leather craft project during craft time. Bring a LARGE sack lunch. You will work hard and get hungry this week.

The Whole Horse Place's Beginning Horsemanship program is a hands on, whole horse experience focused on safety. Participants start with safely approaching and haltering the horse, and proceed through all aspects of horsemanship, from controlling the horse on the ground to balance exercises while riding. Understanding horse behavior is fundamental in handling horses and is a large component of this program. Basic horse health, such as colic, thrush, and environmental factors are also covered. Equine Science and Horses in History are covered as well.

The Whole Horse Place is a unique horse experience for the average person with little or no horse exposure. Our approach to teaching horsemanship begins and ends with safety first. Teaching you to be in control of your horse at all times is our primary concern, and from that foundation all other aspects of horsemanship will be successful.

Ten children maximum, Monday-Thursday, 9:30am- 3:30pm. (Times can be flexible based on parents' schedules). We have five staff, camper to staff ratio is 2:1. $225 a week.Separate camps for ages 6-8. All other camps ages 8 - 17. Siblings may attend same camps.

Bring a LARGE sack lunch, water bottle, and dress in layers for the weather. We will be riding and hiking, so tennis shoes are encouraged. Helmets and boots are provided if you do not have your own.

You will see what owning a horse is like, from stall cleaning, grooming, feeding, ground work and riding.

Boy Scouts can earn the Horsemanship Merit Badge with our program, and we also have a limited number of Girl Scout Horse Fan and Horse Lover Badges. If you are a scout, please mention this and we will make sure your badge is signed off for you.

15. Camp Horse Country

Learn to groom, saddle & ride Western. All week with horses.


"A ridin' good time since 1977!"

At Camp Horse Country, we do horses, horses, horses all day and all week!

We offer:

Small riding groups so campers progress at their own pace.

A safe and positive environment.

Friendship circles, team-building activities and barn buddies.

Daily horseback riding - 2 hours up to 5 hours a day in the saddle, in the arenas, in the corrals, on the trails. Length of riding time depends on the camp program you choose for your camper.

Ground School - Campers learn to groom, saddle and how to handle a horse on the ground.

Horse Care - Campers learn to feed, clean tack, clean stalls and take horses to their paddocks or pastures.

Games and other Horsy Activities - on the ground and in the saddle.

Each camper participates in a real Horse Show with ribbons, trophies and awards.

16. Overlake's Horse & Farm Camps in Bellevue, WA.

Overlake Farm in Bellevue, Washington offers summer kid's Horse and/or Farm camps. These are full-day camps for kids ages 5-11.

The camps are tailored for children that like the outdoors, nature and animals. Even though each day will have a different theme (i.e. Native American, Old West, Pioneer, Early American) the children will learn about life on a farm and caring for animals, plant and animal identification and exploration in our stream and backwoods. In addition, we will be teaching “old world” life and survival skills from shooting a bow and arrow to cooking in a dutch oven. The kids will also have plenty of “good old fashioned game” time which include tug-a-war, egg toss, balance rope, tire swing and gunny sack races. Call 425/881-4499 to register or for more information.