A day at Full Moon Farm's Summer Camp is filled with horse-related everything!
Campers will discover the wonderful world of horses and farm life! Campers enjoy daily riding, horse care lessons, guest speakers, horse-related crafts, nature hikes, games, and more- all during a week-long horse adventure!

Riding groups are formed by age and previous riding experience, so everyone gets the most out of their daily lessons. Ample assistance is provided for “new horse people”.

Sign up for one, two, or all three weeks!
2021 Dates:
June 28 - July 2
July 26 - July 30
August 23 - August 27
Week 1: Full
Week 2: Full
Week 3: Full
Early Bird Cost: $425 per week
Please note that the full cost ($460) will go into effect on: June 18 (for Week 1), July 16 (for Week 2), and August 13 (for Week 3)

We find that campers who have not previously ridden independently often enjoy their camp riding experience even more if they complete a few private lessons before camp begins, but this is not required. We are prepared for all riding abilities! Call the farm line to schedule private lessons before camp starts, if interested.

Please note that our camp is designed for ages 5 to 13, with most campers aged 7 to 11 years old.

Camp Schedule

Camp sign-in is from 8:45-9:00am each day. Please plan to arrive a few minutes in advance to walk your camper up to registration and sign them in each day. (Please do not drop off your camper before 8:45am.)

Sign-out is from 2:45-3:00pm each day. All campers must be signed out at the end of each day, no later than 3:00pm.

We tailor each day based on the campers’ interests and abilities, as well as the weather.

Camp activities include: morning/afternoon riding lessons, horse care lessons, crafts, nature hikes, games, demos featuring our advanced riders, and guest speakers.

Previous years’ speakers include: veterinarians, equine dentists, chiropractors, trainers, and barn managers.

Activities range from learning how to properly groom and tack… to bathing a horse… to horse-related games and crafts!

We learn about breeds, markings, tack, barn management, horse health, and horse safety. 

Our arts and crafts are memorable each year! Campers take home crafts each and every day.

At Full Moon Farm, each day brings new learning, new adventure, and new fun!

What to Bring

Every camper should bring their own lunch in a cooler, snacks, and a water bottle. Water refills are provided. Your rider must have long pants and hard-soled shoes with a heel to ride, but may bring a change of clothes and wear shorts during the non-riding portion of the day. (No open-toed shoes, please!) We have school helmets available for riding, or riders may bring their own.

*Due to COVID-19 precautions, we highly recommend that campers bring their own helmets, crops, saddle pads, and grooming supplies (i.e., hoofpick, curry comb, hard brush, soft brush).*

How to Register

Camp FMF registration and payment are completely online! Please email akpear9@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

*Your registration is not complete until all forms are received AND payment is submitted. Just submitting payment or forms does NOT ensure your spot!*

  1. Complete the Camp Registration Form and FMF Waiver (Release Form/Participant Agreement)
  2. Fill out the form below.
  3. You will be prompted to pay through PayPal at the end of the form. Send funds to fullmoonfarmkaren@gmail.com. Registration is not complete until full payment is received.

**If you run into any issues with the form above, please email your forms and information to akpear9@gmail.com**

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COVID-19 Information

Please consult the signs on the property for the most up-to-date policies.
General details can be found below.

Effective 5/25/21: EVERYONE on the farm MUST:

At this time, parents/spectators are not permitted up at the grooming barn, unless their rider meets ANY of the criteria below:

  • 10 years of age or younger
  • has had fewer than 6 lessons here at FMF
  • is at the barn for a practice/lease/free ride
 

If a rider meets any of those criteria, ONE parent/spectator may accompany them to the barn.

At this time, parents/spectators are permitted to watch lessons from outside the arenas and/or from the PCUs.