Outten Ridin' Ranch summer horse camps

Where horse-crazy kids go to camp!

Three camp dates: June 14th, June 29th, and July 13th.  You may attend one or all camps.  Ages: 8-16 (must be 8 years of age by camp start date)

  • Camp fees $150
  • 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
  • Activities designed for a variety of ages and skill levels

See more information in the description below.

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Important Information & Registration

  • Our Camps welcome children ages 8-16 years old.
  • For opportunities for younger students, regular lessons in smaller groups are recommended.
  • ORR reserves the right to intervene at any time with a student, including pausing the day’s activities or canceling participation in SUMMER CAMP if a student is struggling to be in the proper mindset for a safe, productive, healthy interaction with horses.

✓  HELMETS. Students are required to wear an ASTM-approved helmet and boots when riding at ORR. Adjustable helmets are available for use, or students are welcome to purchase their own helmets.

✓  BOOTS. Boots must have a 1” heel to help keep the foot from slipping through the stirrup and have a smooth sole surface. Boots with treads or boots without a 1” heel will not be allowed. Students will not be able to ride without boots.

✓  CLOTHING. Long pants that are stretchy or have give/flexibility and a long sleeve shirt.

Parents are required to attend the first day’s briefing.
✓ Payment in full is required prior to being enrolled in camp
✓ Parents should send a lunch with the camper. Snacks are provided, but lunch is not.

What parents can expect:

  • Activities designed for a variety of ages and skill levels
  • Students learn how to halter, tie, lead, groom, tack, and riding basics
  • Students develop a heightened self-awareness and learn how non-verbal communication can impact others, including their horse, and gain self-confidence
  • Skill development to improve coordination, balance, posture, muscle tone, and well-being
  • Videos and pictures for your memory books
  • Certificates and ribbons
  • A study guide as a home resource supporting learning objectives


Managing Expectations

It generally takes hours every day to build a relationship with a horse AND years to bond. Each horse/student team progresses at their own rate. The number of hours spent in the saddle will impact progression rates. The more you connect the better you get as a TEAM.

A good rider knows that learning and practicing new skills never ends. No matter your level of experience, students will have good riding days, GREAT riding days, and days where it seems like nothing will jive between them, the horse, and the whole world. A student’s time with the horse should be in a no-pressure environment. We will always encourage riders and the horse to relax, have fun, and be safe.

Choose your camp and dates

Camp fees are $150 per camp, per camper.  You have the option to pay for your camp in full or pay a 50% deposit.  For deposit payments, the remaining portion will be due 5 days before the camp.  Deposits are non-refundable within 30 days of the camp start date.

Pay 50% deposit per item

Once you complete your purchase, you will be redirected to the registration page to register your campers.