Summer Camp Guide: Equestrian Day Camps
For a list of other day camps and residential camp options, go toColumbusParent.com/campguide.
Bookmark Farms: Horse Lover's Day Camp
Ages served: 4-11
Dates/times: 6/4-8/17; full day (6+ hours) and half day (2-5 hours)
Description: We offer half-day and full-day camp sessions for horse-loving children. All campers ride every day; full-day campers ride twice. We are the longest-running equestrian camp in Central Ohio.
Cost: $210 per week for each half-day session; sign up for morning and afternoon to make a full day
Camp location: Bookmark Farms, 8824 Morse Road SW, Pataskala
For more information:Annie Promen, email@example.com, 740-964-2601, bookmarkfarms.com
Field of Dreams: Horse Lovers' Summer Camp
Ages served: 7-16
Dates/times: 5/29-8/10; full day (6+ hours)
Description: Campers will participate in horse riding instruction and handling, art and games. Participants will have two riding sessions each day in the arena or on the trail as well as hands-on education with the horses during “Barn Talk” programs.
Cost: $395 per week, $320 for four-day camps
Camp location: Stepping Stone Stables, 1841 Unbridled Way, Blacklick
For more information:Katie Wheeler, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614-864-9500, fieldofdreamsequine.com
Neely Equestrian Center: Neely Equestrian Center Summer Horse Camp
Ages served: 3-99
Dates/times: 6/25-6/29, 7/9-7/13, 7/23-7/27, 7/30-8/3; full day (6+ hours) and half day (2-5 hours)
Description: At Summer Horse Camp, we teach campers the basics of horseback riding and horse care. All ages are welcome. Camps offers a week of riding, games, crafts and friendship.
Cost: $325 ages 6 and older, $275 ages 5 and younger
Camp location: Neely Equestrian Center, 9288 Concord Road, Powell
For more information:Katie Neely, email@example.com, 740-602-1839, neelyequestriancenter.com
Otterbein University: Equine Camp
Ages served: 12-17
Dates/times: 6/4-6/8, 6/11-6/15, 6/25-6/29, 7/9-7/13, 7/16-7/20; full day (6+ hours)
Description: Otterbein's English riding camp is designed to expand campers' equine knowledge both on and off the horse. Campers will ride an hour and a half to two hours each day and learn the ins and outs of horse handling, equine nutrition, braiding and more.
Camp location: Austin E. Knowlton Center for Equine Science, 600 N. Spring Road, Westerville
For more information: Jill McCullough, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614-823-1371, otterbein.edu/summercamps