These five-day summer camps have been a hit for decades. Here's how we spend our time:
Since we are all here for the horses, they take center stage every day. Most days we ride twice. Once in a formal riding lesson where skills are learned and/or developed. However, unlike most "lessons" these ones are usually everyone's favorite activity because they learn to do things they never thought they could.
The second ride of the day is always a fun activity, such as trail riding, playing games on horseback or bare backing. MVA strongly believes that riders should learn both the serious and fun sides to horseback riding and care, so all students are exposed to as much horse knowledge as possible.
A week can seem like a long time but we've made sure that there is no lack of entertainment. When we aren't off on an adventure with our horses, we are playing games, making crafts or enjoying ourselves around a campfire. There are plenty of activities throughout the week to join in or take a chance to relax and enjoy our amazing scenery.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What age must campers be to attend? 8 Years and older
Is this an overnight camp? Some weeks are and some are not. Watch for labels!
Can boys attend? Boys are welcome to attend in designated co-ed weeks
Is previous experience required? No. We pride ourselves on offering a diverse program that caters to both absolute beginners and experienced young riders.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
To pay via PayPal or Credit card, please use the links below. A PayPal account is not required.
To pay via cheque or make other arrangements, please contact MVA via email or phone. Reservations made without a deposit or personal contact will be removed after one (1) week.