Girls Overnight Horse Camp
Unfortunately we still have no clear answer as to whether we will be able to host an overnight camp this year. We remain hopeful. If we are authorized to do an overnight camp, priority will be given to the families who still have a credit with us from 2020 cancelled camps.
The Overnight Camp has provided hundreds of campers a chance to come be part of our Lang's farm family. Campers get to live, eat and sleep at our picturesque horse farm. The days are filled with catching, grooming, saddling, riding lessons, trail rides, games on horseback and drills to music. Evenings are filled with relaxing campfires, stargazing, games, an occasional talent show, perhaps a horse movie, new friends and lots of giggles.
Each girl is assigned to her own horse for the week. Campers can choose to ride English or western, and will be assigned a riding skill group for riding activities. On an average day, the girls spend 8 hours with their horse.
Overnight Horse Camp is open to intermediate and advanced level riding girls . We divide up into "Riding Groups," based on skill, past experience, and age. We do a brief review of the basics for those who have not rode in a while, then get busy learning new skills. Advanced riders participate in dressage, gaming, and reining lessons.
Lang's Overnight Camp is not a good fit for beginner riders.
Housing at Lang's is quaint and unique and adds to the western experience. There are 3 housing options:
1. Covered wagons have the best ventilation. Each "room" accommodates up to 6 girls. Mattresses are NOT included for the covered wagon bunks.
2. We also have camping cabins available. The cabins are designed for two to four girls per room. The additional cost for a cabin is $50 per girl for the week. Only 15 cabin spots are available, so sign up early.
3. Tent camping is also available along our beautiful lake. If your camper would prefer to bring a tent for more privacy we welcome it. Tent camping also gives campers a private space where a mask would definitely not be needed.
Please note that neither the covered wagons nor the cabins have electricity. All sleeping areas are bunk bed style.
Our shower facility has four showers and makes personal hygiene a breeze.
Food at Lang's is made on site by our Camp Cook at the Camp Diner. We provide regular, and vegetarian meal options. If your camper has other special dietary requirements, please contact us before signing up for camp to discuss whether we will be able to accommodate their needs. You may be asked to provide appropriate substitution foods.
Overnight campers will receive a complimentary Lang’s T-shirt. Please indicate your
t-shirt size on your camp registration form.
Click here to down load the overnight supply list.
No refunds will be given for children who leave camp early because they are homesick. Please be sure you and your camper are prepared for them to be away at camp for a week.
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.
2020 camp info
2020 camp info
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 camp sweatshirt at the farm office.
Cost: $*** ($*** deposit required to register for camp)
Age: Girls 10-16 years old
Riding skill level: intermediate and advanced riders only.
Camp check-in: Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Please no early birds. Campground and staff are busy until 4:30.
If you need to check in later than 5:00 please let us know in advance. There will be a $20 convenience fee, and we may have to make special arrangements so that your child can catch up on orientation.
Graduation: Friday from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Parents please plan on crazy Friday traffic if you are coming from the Seattle area. The campers really want you to see their riding presentation.
2021 Dates: TBA
2020 camp info
To register for camp use our online registration service.
A $200 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)