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Morning Horse Camp

Morning Horse Camp is a good option for equestrians who also want to participate in an afternoon sport camp or use their afternoons in other ways. 


On Monday morning, camp participants can expect to be assessed on their prior riding experience and then divided into skill groups.  Each skill group is then assigned a camp counselor for the week. This counselor will work to improve the riding skills of their campers through teaching grooming and saddling skills which help to connect a rider with their equine partner. Riding lessons, trail rides, and horseback games are designed to strengthen equestrian technique through fun activities which keep the riders engaged while encouraging one another.


While we strive at Lang's to keep friends in the same skill level group, riders do come away at the end of the  week with new friends. So, don't worry, we want each rider to have a great experience!


One of the biggest events at Morning Horse Camp is the end of the week show. Parents, friends and relatives are encouraged to attend the show in support of their rider, and to see the great progress made that week at camp.

We at Lang’s Horse & Pony Farm are committed to providing a safe, educational, and welcoming environment for all our campers, patrons, volunteers, and staff. As a family run business, we are limited in the range of special needs we are able to properly accommodate; including but not limited to behavior management and certain health conditions. 

If your child requires special assistance for educational, behavioral or medical needs at school or other programs you will need to contact our office directly before enrolling in one of our camps to ensure that placement is feasible. Please read the attached information. For further details click here. 

Camp Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.     

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Age: 8-14 years old, boys and girls

Riding level:  All riding levels. No experience required.


Check-in: 8:40-9:00 a.m. on Monday 

Camp Graduation:  The horse show is at 11:30 a.m. on the last day.  Parents, families, and friends are all welcome to come and watch the fun. The riding show will be followed by a graduation ceremony. Campers are encouraged to bring ribbons to decorate their camp horse or pony for the show.


What to bring: Each camper needs to bring a lunch and drink.  Please pack a raincoat for your camper if rain is in the forecast.


June 15 - 18      4 day camp $312      Cancelled

July 6 - 10          5 day camp $390

July 27 - 31        5 day camp $390      Full

Aug 24 - 28        5 day camp $390      Full

Aug 31 - Sep 4   5 day camp $390     Full


Camp Store -

We have a small shop selling snacks, candy, and memorabilia. If you would like your child to be able to purchase items, you must set them up an account when you sign up for camp. 


Remember to purchase a sweatshirt at the farm office.

You have 2 ways to register for camp.

1. You can use our online registration service.  

2.  Print and mail in the camp registration form,  release form, and medical form from our website.

A $100 deposit is required to secure a spot in this camp. 

FULL PAYMENT OF CAMP TUITION IS DUE TWO WEEKS PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP!  Those accounts with outstanding balances after the final payment due date (two weeks prior to the first day of your camp) will be charged a $25 late fee. Payments made within the final 24 hours (or at camp check in) will be charged an additional $25 for a total late fee of $50.

A RELEASE OF LIABILITY for the current year is due within 30 days of signing up for camp.  The farm office must receive the original hard copy of this form for your campers file.  A $25 fee will be charged for each reminder we send regarding late forms.  (Up to $25 per month) 

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All rides are booked by phone reservation. Please call 1-2 weeks in advance. 

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