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North Eastern Horsemanship Camps

SJ Riding Camp    -     http://www.SJRidingCamp.com
 For Girls Ages 8 to 15
 Ride twice a day.  General Camping, Horsemanship, Swimming Program,
  and more!   
 American Camp  Association Accreditied
 Certified Horsemanship Association Acccredited

 Located in Connecticut
 Directors Pat Haines and Julie Morton. 
 Visit our web site for more information. 

Camp Farwell -  http://www.farwell.com
For girls -  located in Vermont on a beautiful lakeside setting, Farwell offers it's campers a well-rounded, traditional camping experience which includes an outstanding riding program for girls of all abilities.  Our completely elective activity program allows each camper to spend as much time as she would like involved in horse and riding related activites.  Other activites include individual and team sports, performing arts, a diverse waterfront program, arts and crafts, photography, petting zoo, and more!  Camp Farwell is accredited by the American Camp Association. Owners Bob and Charyl Hanson, have been directing Camp Farwell for over 30 years.  Visit our website for more information.   Telephone  802-429-2244

Forrestel Farm - Riding and Sports Camp    -     http://www.forrestel.com/
For Boys and Girls from the age of 7 to 16
Located on an 800 Acre Working Farm in Medina, New York (western NY State)

Visit our web site,  Call 585-798-222 for details


Camp Killooleet  - Sports & Riding Camp    -    http://www.killooleet.com
       Co-ed summer camp for boys and girls ages 9 - 14,    Sports and Riding Programs
       Located on 300 acres and private lake next to Green Mountain National Forest in Hancock, Vermont.
       American Camp Association Accredited
       Founded in 1927, Killooleet has been owned and directed by the Seeger Family for almost sixty years
       Call  802-767-3152 for more information, or visit the camp's web site...       


Kimberly Farms Horse Camp   - http://www.kimberlyfarms.org
For girls ages 7-17, all riding levels,  there is an option where you can bring your own horse. Located in North Bennington,  Vermont (in the rolling hills of the Green Mountains),  Ride twice per day, swim, hike, arts and crafts, daily horse clinics.   All instructors are certified.  RN on premises,  home cooked meals, bunkhouse, home cooked food (cater to vegetarian diets),  in operation for 25 years.  Call 802-442-5454  or  see the website for more details.


Also - For your information - Camp Catherine Capers is renting some cabins out, but is not operating a camping program with any staffing or adult supervision.   If someone were interested in renting out a cabin, then, In our immediate area, there are around 5 places that operate riding facilities of various types.   The area programs are not "riding camps", in the sense that they are approved by the "American Camp Association" or the "Certified Horsemanship Association",  however, within driving distance there are different degrees of Horsemanship or riding opportunities!     At some area stables there is coaching and teaching of different levels of riding, that are involved in everything from Advanced Dressage Competition Training, and then there is a place where you can do some very advanced "Western Riding as well"!    One area coach even road and worked some Olympic Horses before the last Olympic games!   These riding facilities are not camps (they only operate various degrees of riding, and are not like our former Camp Catherine Capers program, as there is no full over night camping program being offered).