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WE STILL HAVE AVAILABILITY FOR OUR ALL DAY STUDENT SPECIALS!
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760-935-4324

Summer Student Special:

All Day Student Special
Dates offered: Tuesday, July 23, 2024, Tuesday, August 13, 2024
Time: 9:00AM-4:00PM
Price: $175 per student, per session
Ages: 6+
This includes a morning and afternoon snack, lunch, an hour of horsemanship instruction, a trail ride, and a craft.

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Fall Student Special:

Fall Color Afternoon Student Special
Dates: TBD
Time: 1:30-4:30PM
Price: $100 per student, per session Ages: 6+

This includes an hour of horsemanship instruction and a two-hour trail ride.

Fall Color All Day Student Special
September 20 & September 27, 2024
Time: 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
Price: $175 per student, per session Ages: 6+

This includes a morning and afternoon snack, lunch, an hour of horsemanship instruction, a trail ride, and a craft.

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  • Drop off each morning at 9:00am. Parent or Guardian must accompany their camper to check-in.  
  • Pick up each afternoon at 4:00pm. Parent or Guardian must check their camper out each day.
  • Food: 
    • A morning snack, an afternoon snack, and lunch will be provided each day. The menu will be sent out ahead of time to all parents. Campers are welcome to bring a sack lunch each day if they prefer.
    • Campers will always have access to water and will be encouraged to stay hydrated throughout the day. They are welcome to bring water bottles to keep with them and re-fill throughout the day as well. 
  • Clothing: 
    • Campers need to wear long pants, close-toed tennis shoes or boots, and a t-shirt or long sleeve each day.  
    • Make sure to bring a sweatshirt and a waterproof jacket, the mountain weather can change quickly. 
    • Wear sunscreen, campers are welcome to bring sunscreen and bug spray to keep in their assigned cubbies. 
    • Campers are welcome to bring their own helmets or wear one of ours.  All campers when around the horses and mules must wear a helmet. 
    • Campers are also encouraged to bring a hat to protect them from the sun during lunch and the afternoon activities.  
  • Daily Activities:
    • Daily Horse/Mule Care and Grooming Lesson
    • Daily Trail Ride
    • Daily Mule Packing Lesson
    • Craft Activities:
      • Leather Tooling Workshop
      • Canvas Painting Workshop
      • Horseshoe Beading Workshop
    • End of the week picnic ride to the Beaver Ponds

ALL KIDS CAMPS ARE FULL
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760-935-4324

Summer Day Camps

Session 1:FULL

  • June 18-21, 2024
  • Tuesday-Friday
  • 9am-4pm each day
  • Ages: 6+ years

Cost: $700 per camper

Session 3:FULL

  • July 9th-12th, 2024
  • Tuesday-Friday
  • 9am-4pm each day
  • Ages: 6+ years

Cost: $700 per camper

Session 2:FULL

  • June 25-28, 2024
  • Tuesday-Friday
  • 9am-4pm each day
  • Ages: 6+ years

Cost: $700 per camper

Session 4- FULL

  • July 16-19, 2024
  • Tuesday-Friday
  • 9am-4pm each day
  • Ages: 6+ years

Cost: $700 per camper

Session 5 - FULL

  • August 6th-9th, 2024
  • Tuesday-Friday
  • 9am-4pm each day
  • Ages: 6+ years

Cost: $700 per camper

Youth Horseback Riding Program

October through May, McGee Creek Pack Station offers weekly Horseback Riding Lessons. These lessons encompass start to finish horsemanship. The students learn how to safely catch, groom, saddle, and bridle their horses; how to properly mount and dismount their horses, and ride independently. Skills used while overcoming challenges with a horse can be applied to different scenarios in each student’s day-to-day life. The goal is for the students to gain confidence and independence in their horseback riding skills and use these skills in other areas of their lives.  June through September students are encouraged to attend bi-weekly riding lessons/trail rides held at Mcgee Creek Pack Station. The students still play an active role in catching, brushing, and tacking up their horses before each ride. They then take their horse or mule on a two-hour trail ride with their lesson group. They are able to explore McGee Canyon on horseback and apply the skills they have developed throughout their winter horseback riding program. Crossing creeks and bridges, observing wildlife in their natural habitat, enjoying the colorful blooming wildflowers in the early summer, and the ever-changing fall leaves in the late summer to early fall.

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