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An Equestrian Camp for Girls

Frost Valley YMCA’s summer Horse Camps allow girls to increase or develop their riding and horsemanship abilities, while building confidence and leadership skills. The two overnight camps — Mustang Village and East Valley Ranch — are led by an experienced and supportive all-female staff, and feature more than 80 well-trained horses. At the end of each session, campers leave with an increased aptitude for riding, a nurtured sense of self-assurance, and lifelong friendships.

Mustang Village, located at Frost Valley’s main camp, caters to younger riders ages 7-10 (no experience necessary) who also want to participate in traditional camp activities. They’ll spend half of each day with an assigned horse, perfecting their riding technique and learning horse care. The rest of the day is open to other activities such as swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, sports, rock climbing, and more.

East Valley Ranch, located a few miles away from main camp, provides a secluded environment for girls to truly focus on their equestrian skills. Novice and beginner riders will learn wrangling, feeding, grooming, tacking, ring lessons, and trail rides. A portion of each day is dedicated to hiking, crafts, games, swimming, and other activities. Experienced riders ages 12 and up can try a four-week program that builds strong leadership skills while teaching challenging techniques for riding, in-depth classes on horse health and care, and more.

Each of our programs are accredited by the American Camp Association and Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and upholds the highest safety standards.

2015 Summer Camp Session Dates:

Session 1: June 28-July 10 | Session 2: July 12- 24

Session 3: July 26- August 7 | Session 4: August 9- 21

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