SUMMER is the perfect time to dig deep within one’s self, discover new talents and conquer old fears. It’s a time to make new friends and strengthen skills. All of this, and more, is possible at CAMP.
Here’s a look at some programs in BROWARD COUNTY and beyond that will expand your child’s world.
GENERAL DAY CAMPS
Coral Springs Charter School, 3205 N. University Dr., Coral Springs
Two camps to choose from for girls ages 5-12. Cheerleading Camp with dance, leadership and more; and Smart Camp with crafts, games, in-house field trips and other activities. Register by the week. Camp runs June 12-August 4. Before and aftercare free, no registration fees, early registration discount.
American Heritage Summer Day Camps
•Plantation: 12200 W. Broward Blvd.
954-472-0022 ext. 3043
•Delray Beach: 6200 Linton Blvd.
Day Camp and Specialty Camps are offered at each campus.
Some of the many camp activities include: indoor and outdoor sports, swimming, archery, nature center, art rooms, technology labs, game rooms, field trips, carnivals, animal encounters, and magic shows. Specialty Camps: Robotics, Science Adventure, Video Production, Musical Theatre, Art, Lacrosse, Baseball, Soccer, and Tennis.
Broward County Parks Summer Recreation Program
Available at six neighborhood parks:
•Boulevard Gardens Community Center (ages 6-10) 954-357-6867
•Franklin Park (ages 6-17) 954-357-7080
•Lafayette Hart Park (ages 6-17) 954-357-7970
•Reverend Samuel Delevoe Park (ages 6-17) 954-357-8801
•Roosevelt Gardens Park (ages 6-17) 954-357-8700
•Sunview Park (Teens ages 13-17 only) 954-357-6520
This free program is offered from 9am-5pm Mondays through Fridays from June 19 to August 11. Indoor and outdoor activities include arts and crafts, fishing clinics, SWIM Central instruction, nutrition information, game-room activities, special events, field trips, exercise, Broward Star Time talent competition, guest speakers, and more. Space is limited,
and pre-registration is required.
Camp ASP and Camp Renegade
Various Locations throughout Broward County
Held at a variety of parks and schools throughout Broward County, programs include on-site activities and field trips.
Daily and weekly rates available.
•Coral Springs: 954-796-1177
•Pembroke Pines: 954-430-3388
Children ages 18 months-2nd grade will enjoy a recreational curriculum that emphasizes the Cambridge Schools philosophy of hands-on, brains-on development. Mature staff will guide the children through a fun summer experience filled with waterplay, sensory activities, in-house field trips, weekly themes and so much more. On-site swimming pool. Private and group lessons offered to all.
Markham Park, 16001 State Rd. 84, Sunrise
Kids can enjoy playful summer days participating in activities that include non-competitive sports, art, fishing, aquatics and daily field trips. Programs include Young Chameleons for grades K-5, Chameleon Teen Camp for grades 6-8 and Counselors in Training for grades 9-10.
Camp Kadima at the David Posnack JCC
5850 S. Pine Island Rd., Davie
Camp Kadima offers a camp experience for every interest, sports, theater, adventure, travel, tech and more. Open to all. New this year, no membership required, new field trips and new adventures.
Camp Live Oak
•Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, A1A & Sunrise Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale,
•Oleta River State Park, 163 Street & Intracoastal, North Miami, 305-940-4748
•Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park, 6503 N. Ocean Dr., Dania Beach, 954-563-4880
ACA accredited day camp offered at three beautiful state parks. Outdoor environmental camp includes hands on
science, canoeing, archery, fishing, arts and crafts, surfing, paddle boarding, scuba diving, field trips and full immersion Spanish camp for ages 5-13. Teen Eco Experience, ages 14-16. Science of the Seas Camp at the Dania Beach location, ages 5-13. Bus service available. Counselors are certified teachers. Weekly rates, sibling, and early bird discounts available. Healthy lunch available.
Camp Nova at NSU University School
3375 SW 75 Ave., Davie
Camp Nova, for grades kindergarten-11, includes options in Engineering, Archery, Sports, Art Technique, Innovation & Creation Lab, Dance, Video Production, Martial Arts, Digital Photography, and more. Specialty camps include lifeguard, teen travel, CIT Program, sleepover camp, marine science, and theatre. Additional activities include swimming, off campus and in house field trips, and more. A Post Camp takes place August 7-11.
1570 Sagemont Way, Weston
Since 1996, Camp Sagemont has transformed summer camp excitement into lifetime camp friendships and memories for children 3 years old through grade 8. Camp Sagemont has unique experiences for every camper with family friendly “camp by the week” flexibility. Camps include traditional day camp, sports and travel, academic programs, specialty camps and more.
Children’s Services Council (CSC)
Maximizing Out-Of-School Time (MOST) Summer Programs
Various locations throughout Broward County
CSC summer programs provide a safe, positive environment for elementary school children from economically-disadvantaged families, and children ages 3-22 with behavioral health and other special needs. Activities include academics, social and physical development, water safety lessons, snacks and meals, cultural arts, enrichment activities and more. Sliding fee scale. To find a CSC funded MOST program
Creative Child Learning Center
Locations in Coral Springs-Parkland, Davie-Plantation, Weston-Sunrise
Two camps, Camp Explorer for grades kindergarten-5 and Preschool Summer Camp for infants-pre-kindergarten, offer age-appropriate activities including splash days, hands-on curriculum, cooking, science, art,
field trips and more.
Mailman Segal Center
Summer Exploration Camp
7600 SW 36 St., Davie
Exclusively for ages 2-5, the Mailman Segal Center’s Summer Exploration Camp at NSU fills summer days with fun and exciting learning opportunities. The camp features an interactive water-play fountain, an outdoor art studio, four unique and exciting playgrounds and indoor classrooms where children can play, learn, and explore. Science, music, ceramics, cooking, and art are just a few of the many activities offered.
St. Mark’s Episcopal School
1750 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale
St. Mark’s Episcopal offers a rich and engaging day camp program for children from early childhood to grade 6.
Children entering PK-2–Kindergarten enjoy an age-appropriate, full or half-day camp experience, while day campers in
grades 1-6 participate in a number of enriching activities and field trips. Specialty camps include drama, musical theater, sports, and art. New Academic Programs for Kindergarten through grade 8 include study skills, test preparation, robotics,
reading, writing and math enrichment, as well as typing skills.
Summer Camp Programs
5451 SW 64 Ave., Davie
Summer sports and science camp for ages 6-10 with a variety of sports, activities and field trips. Half day academic camp available for ages 6-10. Specialty classes in music, arts, and academic programs offered. PK3-K Montessori Camp offers enrichment lessons with special activities and events. VPK space is limited.
The Factory of Fun
Locations in Weston, Tamarac, Pembroke Pines, Hallandale and Brickell
Bilingual camp activities include tennis, swimming, art, science labs, field trips, cooking, crafts, games, water play and
more. Ages 1-12. Daily, weekly and full summer sessions available.
YMCA of Broward County
Take on summer at five Broward County YMCA locations: Greater Hollywood YMCA Family Center, LA Lee YMCA Family Center, Parkland YMCA Family Center, Pembroke Pines YMCA Family Center and Weston YMCA Family Center.
All Out Skateboarding
Locations at indoor and outdoor skate
parks throughout South Florida
A specialized camp for skaters of all ages and skill levels with skateboarding instruction from top coaches.
Barb Koster’s Riding Academy
5261 Hancock Rd., Southwest Ranches
Campers participate in a full day of riding as well as lessons about safety, grooming, tacking and horsemanship.
Bright & Smart,
Engineering Skills for Kids
Locations in Davie, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Pembroke Pines
A fun, weekly enrichment camp that teaches boys and girls basic engineering skills through hands-on robot assembly, coding and teamwork. Camp choices are Lego Robotics, Master Builder, Minecraft & 3D Design/Printing, App Design with Advanced Robotics and Girl’s Power. Age requirements apply to each program.
1200 S. Flamingo Rd., Davie
954-642-CAMP (2267) CampLingua.com
Language Immersion Summer Camp includes: Spanish, English or French daily classes and lab reinforced by engaging activities in the language of study, including culture, arts,
crafts, dance, music, cooking, and much more. Field trips, water days, sports, primitive outdoors, camp spirit days, offered in native English. Early bird pricing through March. Open House February 25 from 10am-1pm. Before and after care available.
Camp Wild at Sawgrass Nature Center
3000 Sportsplex Dr., Coral Springs
Children ages 6-12 will enjoy fun, hands-on activities including outdoor exploration, science experiments, animal interactions and nature crafts.
German and English
4200 N. 65 Ave., Davie
Full immersion German and English summer camps. Weekly or monthly sessions run from June 1-August 31.
Gymboree Play & Music
1314 SW 160 Ave., Weston
Kids ages 3-5 can stay active, have fun and continue learning all summer long. Themes change weekly. All camps include gym time, music, art, and fun learning.
IMACS - Institute for Mathematics & Computer Science
Locations in Weston, Plantation and Boca Raton
954-791-2333 or 561-470-1178
Exercise your child’s mind this summer.
IMACS Hi-Tech Summer Camp combines serious academic benefits with fun and excitement. Activities include Computer Programming, Virtual Robotics, Electronics, Logic Puzzles & Math. Flexible schedule (one or more weeks; partial and full-day sessions). Ages 6-17. Visit an Open House for a chance to win a free week of camp.
JA Biztown Camp
1130 Coconut Creek Blvd., Coconut Creek
A summer experience for budding entrepreneurs and future business leaders that focuses on work readiness, personal finance and entrepreneurship skills. Weekly sessions for ages 8-13 (after grade 3), and Leaders in Training for ages 14-16 (after grade 8).
Junior Farmers’ Camp
Tradewinds Park & Stables,
3600 W. Sample Rd., Coconut Creek
Children ages 5-8 can learn how to be a farmer by spending time with a number of barnyard animals; learning how to feed, groom, and maintain farm animals; learning basic handling of ponies and going for a pony ride; driving a pony and cart and more. Morning and afternoon sessions available. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
Museum of Discovery and Science Summer Camps
401 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale
• Weeklong camps are designed to give children ages 6-12 entire days filled with exploration and hands-on learning. Camp runs from 9am-5pm; before and after care is available. Camp fee includes all workshop materials, chaperoned exhibit exploration and IMAX film. Campers should bring two snacks, lunch and a drink. Subway Cafe is available as a lunch option.
• Ocean Explorers Camp for grades 7 & 8 includes two days at the Museum and three days at FAU’s SeaTech in Dania Beach exploring coastal marine and coral reef ecosystems. Campers will conduct estuary and barrier island field work and tour FAU’s ocean engineering and electronics labs, submarine, and flow tunnel. Plus, learn about sea turtles, marine science careers, and design, build, and race a solar-powered boat.
Mia Cake House
1739 N. University Dr., Plantation
Aspiring bakers can have a sweet summer break creating and decorating goods such as cupcakes, cakes, cookies and cake pops as well as learning to mold toppers with fondant, the art of pastry making and more.
Fern Forest Nature Center, 201 Lyons Rd. South, Coconut Creek, 954-357-5198
Participants, ages 8 to 11, will explore the various habitats at Fern Forest through hands-on experiences, crafts, and activities.
Two half-day, week-long sessions are available – from Monday, June 19 through Friday, June 23 and from Monday, July 31 through Friday, August 4. The program runs from 9am to noon. Space is limited. Fee: $75/person per week.
Sports Broadcasting Camp at FAU
Boys and girls ages 10-18 can learn from the pros, meet sports celebrities and make play by play, reporting, sports anchor, and PTI style tapes. Host your own sports talk radio show, and much more. June 12-16.
Summer Horse Camps
Tradewinds Park & Stables, 3600 W. Sample Rd., Coconut Creek, 954-357-8870
Kids ages 9-16 receive instruction in grooming, saddling, horse care and maintenance, tack and equipment, and other activities. All students will also receive riding instruction, weather permitting. Pre-registration required.
Boca Museum Art School
801 W. Palmetto Park Rd., Boca Raton
Weekly summer camp for ages 5-12. Fun, creative time filled with drawing, painting, pottery, sculpting, cartooning, and physical activities, games, and films. June 5 to August 11. $275 per week, 9am-4pm, early and late care offered. Financial aid available.
Young At Art Summer Art Camp
751 SW 121 Ave., Davie 954-424-5031
Have an ARTRageous summer at Young At Art Museum’s Summer Art Camp. Choose from Art Exploration, Digital Art & Film, Ceramics & Sculpt, Drawing Painting & Printmaking and Performance Art Camps. Experience cutting-edge art studios, private classrooms and four exciting hands-on exhibit galleries daily. Camp highlights include hands-on art instruction, museum play, special guest artist visits, library exploration, outdoor and water play. Ages 3-14.
DANCE AND PERFORMING ARTS
Broward Center for the Performing Arts
•Broward Center for the Performing Arts,
201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale
•Pembroke Pines City Center,
601 City Center Dr., Pembroke Pines
•Aventura Arts & Cultural Center,
3385 NE 188 St., Aventura
Call 954-462-0222 or visit browardcenter.org
to reserve space in any of the camps. Sessions are offered for different age groups at each of the three locations: Acting Up (ages 6-9); Broadway Bound (ages 10-13); and Company Group (ages 13-18). The camp offers a fun introduction into the world of theater, both onstage and behind the scenes. The program culminates with campers performing live on stage. Young Professionals Summer Camp: (ages 13-18) Advanced level of study. Campers perform in professional production.
Florida Children’s Theatre
(formerly Fort Lauderdale Children’s Theatre)
Camps are held at The Galleria Mall with performances at Bailey Hall
Campers grades 2-10 work with professional instructors in acting, music, and dance to mount a full-scale production at the end of each four-week session. This year, they will perform Disney’s The Lion King Experience, Jr. and The Wizard of Oz. Creative Drama is offered for ages 4-7 (pre-K through first grade), with a different theme for each one-week session.
•Plantation:12200 W. Broward Blvd.
954-472-0022 ext. 3053
•Delray Beach: 6200 Linton Blvd.
561-495-7272 ext. 207
An academic enrichment program for high achievers in grades PK3-12 with a dedicated faculty comprised of career educators and professionals currently practicing in their fields. Some of the course offerings include: Early Elementary Enrichment, Writing Workshops, Math, Coding, Robotics, Science Adventure, Art, Video Production, Medical Terminology, Embryology, Business Law, SAT/ACT Prep, and Visual Concepts.
•Plantation: 12200 W. Broward Blvd.
954-472-0022 ext. 3053
•Delray Beach: 6200 Linton Blvd.
561-495-7272 ext. 207
A proven summer program with over 50 years of success. For students in grades PK3-12, class sizes are small, teachers are certified and highly experienced, and weekly progress reports keep parents informed. Free morning bus transportation is provided throughout Broward, Palm Beach, and Miami-Dade Counties. Summer School/Summer Camp combo is offered.
SPECIAL NEEDS CAMPS
Camp Atlantis Academy
11411 NW 56 Dr., Coral Springs
Campers in grades K-12 have three
activity-based learning programs to choose from: Summer Fun Camp, Academic Camp, High School Credit Recovery and Middle School Grade Recovery. Summer Fun Camp activities include swimming, sports, field
trips, arts & crafts and more. Academic Camp is based on a personalized academic program including reading, language arts and math instruction.
Camp Coral Kids
Organized by Broward Health Coral Springs, this is South Florida’s only day camp for children with Type 1 diabetes.
Offers a full range of camp activities and day trips, plus insulin management, glucose monitoring and nutritional guidance
for ages 5-11, all under medical supervision. June 12-23. Call for location and details.
Nicklaus Children’s Dan Marino Outpatient Center provides a fun-filled educational and behaviorally therapeutic summer program conducted by trained professionals including certified teachers, behavior specialists
and education aides. Ages 5-12. Call for location and details.
Located at Camp Owaissa Bauer,
17001 SW 264 St., Homestead
Created and funded by The Moyer Foundation, Camp Erin is a nationwide network of free bereavement camps for children
and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them. The weekend-long experience consists of camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support, facilitated by grief professionals and trained volunteers. Camp takes place March 24-26.
City of Pembroke Pines
Special Population Program
City of Pembroke Pines Charter Central School, 12350 Sheridan St.
For ages 6-22. Camp includes an educational component as well as fun activities including field trips, games, sports, arts and crafts, swimming and more. Call 954-986-1582 for information.
Summer camp program available to children ages 6-13. Camp takes place at Coconut Creek Community Center, 1100 Lyons Rd., and Coconut Creek Recreation Complex,
4455 Sol Press Blvd.
954-434-4300 x233 coopercityfl.org
For Cooper City residents only.
Summer Fun program provides a fun filled day for children entering grades 1-4 at the Cooper City Community Center, 9000 SW 50th Place
Camp C.C.H.S. program is for grades 5-8. Swimming, sports, weekly field trips, games, pizza pool parties, arts & crafts and more at Cooper City High School, 9401 Stirling Rd.
Various camp programs available including general elementary and teen, sports, art, music, dance, theater, cheerleading, and more. Call 954-345-2200 for locations and details.
Operated by Sunshine Child Programs at
Pine Island Community Center,
3801 S. Pine Island Rd.
For ages 5 (going into kindergarten) – grade 8.
Weekly sessions available. Sports, games, group activities, swimming, arts and crafts, field trips, special presentations,
talent show and more.
•Summer Daze Camp
Operated by Sunshine Child Programs at two locations, Eastside Community Hall,
4300 SW 55 Ave.; and Ivanhoe Community Center, 6101 SW 48 Ave.
For ages 5 (going into kindergarten) – grade 8 Weekly sessions available. Sports, games, group activities, swimming, arts and crafts, field trips, special presentations, talent show and more.
Choose from a variety of camp programs including day camps and specialty camps.
Visit the website for locations and details.
Session 1: June 19 – July 14
Session 2: July 17 – August 11
•Camp Bass, 2750 NW 19 St., 954-828-8498
•Camp Carter, 1450 W. Sunrise Blvd.,
•Croissant Park Action Kids Camp,
245 W. Park Dr., 954-828-6155
•Camp Manors, 1340 Chateau Park Dr.,
•Camp Oswald, 2220 NW 21 Ave.,
•Camp Riverside, 555 SW 11 Ave.,
•Camp Riverland, 900 SW 27 Ave.,
•Camp Warfield, 1000 N. Andrews Ave.,
•Holiday Park Sports Camp,
1150 G. Harold Martin Dr., 954-828-5383
Grades 1-5 and 6-8 (Ages 12-14).
•Kool Kids Interactive Camp,
Beach Community Center, 3351 NE 33 Ave.,
954-828-4610. Grades 1-5.
•Fort Lauderdale Jr. Lifeguard Camp,
Fort Lauderdale Beach and the Fort Lauderdale Aquatic Complex pool at 501 Seabreeze Blvd., Fort Lauderdale,
•Tennis Camp, George English Park,
1101 Bayview Dr., 954-828-4620
Three week sessions; June 12-30, July 3-21,
July 24-August 11. Ages 6-16.
Activities include crafts, sports, free play, field trips, swimming, entertainment and end of summer celebration. Held at three locations: Peter Bluesten Park (ages 6-12); Johnson Park (ages 13-18); Foster Park (ages 6-12).
Call 954-457-1452 for more information.
•Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) Camp
South Broward High School,
1901 N. Federal Highway
Kids can have fun and learn a variety of
skills with programs that include Video Game Design, Computer Graphics & Animation,
Lego Robotics, Minecraft, Chess, Rainbow Loom, Science Labs and more. Call or see website for location and details.
•M.O.S.T. (Maximizes Out of School Time) Summer Camps
Focus on reading, math, science, social skills, nutrition, swimming and physical fitness. Fees are determined by income and include field trips and breakfast/lunch. Priority given to those that fall within the income guidelines. Locations and dates may vary. Call or see website for details.
•Hollywood Beach Jr. Lifeguard Program
Hollywood Beach Culture Community Center, 1301 S. Ocean Dr., 954-921-3423
Activities include first aid, water safety, board & ocean kayaking skills, lifesaving techniques and ocean lifeguard competition. Ages 8-17. Four 2-week sessions, 9am-noon.
•Science, Education and Adventure (S.E.A.) Camp
Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, 1301 S. Ocean Dr., 954-921-3600
Emphasis on marine life and natural science, marine biology, oceanography, water safety, and ecology and exploration of beach areas, marshes and natural habitats. Ages 8-14.
•Sunshine Summer Camps
David Park Community Center,
108 N. 33 Court, and Driftwood Community Center, 3000 N. 69 Ave.
Weekly sessions for those entering kindergarten through grade 8. Weekly sessions available. Sports, games, group activities, swimming, arts & crafts, field trips, special presentations, talent show and more.
Eight week program for children 5-12 (no pre-k)includes arts and crafts, field trips, swimming, sports, games, special events and more. Lunch included. Camp takes place at Veterans Park, 7600 NW 50 St.
A variety of programs available including: Summer Camp (K-5th grade), Sports Camp (6-12 years); Teen Camp (13-16 years); specialty camps and more. Check website for details.
Camp activities include arts & crafts,
games, sports and field trips. For children entering kindergarten through 8th grade.
Call for location and details.
•Kids Camp: Grades K-5. Must be 5 years old on the first day of camp.
Activities include field trips, special events,
arts & crafts, sports, games and more.
•Teen Camp: Grades 6-8. Activities include off-site field trips, special events, sports and games.
Fletcher Art & Cultural Center, 7960 Johnson St., 954-986-5027; and River of Grass ArtsPark, 17189 Sheridan St.,
954-322-2597. Ages 6-11.
•Tennis, Golf and Aquatics Camp
Pembroke Lakes Golf and Racquet Club,
10500 Taft St., 954-431-4146
Ages 6-17. Half day and full day sessions available throughout the summer. Certified instructors teach tennis and golf in a fun learning environment.
•River of Grass Actors’ Studio Drama Camp
Susan B. Katz Theater, 17189 Sheridan St.,
954-986-5027. Acting workshops for children ages 8-11 and 12-14.
•Soccer Summer Camp
West Pines Soccer Park, 350 SW 196 Ave.
Ages 6-16. Camp includes soccer training and games with certified trainers. Summer camp dates: June 12th-August 5th;
8 weeks long. Call 954-538-3696 or email email@example.com for registration information.
The City of Plantation offers a variety of
age-appropriate summer camp programs including day camps, specialty camps, sports and more. Camps take place at
parks, community centers and other locations throughout the city. See website for details.
Variety of summer camps available. For details, age requirements, location and cost, see website.
Assignment lottery for Sunrise residents
and non-resident children who attend a Broward County public school in Sunrise.
See city website for lottery dates and deadlines.
•Day Camp: held at a variety of elementary school sites. Arts and crafts, swimming, activities, field trips, and more.
•Science Camp: held at Village Elementary. Science-related activities, field trips, and more. Grades 1-5.
•Teen Day Camp: held at Piper High School. Arts and crafts, swimming, activities, field trips and more. For ages 11-15 or grades 6-9.
•Theatre Camp: Campers will take center stage as they learn basic theater drama, and play production. Includes swimming and field trips.
•Adventurous Beginners Camp:
Specifically designed for youngsters entering kindergarten in the fall (turning 5 on or
before Sept. 1.)
•Sports Camps: Different program segments focus on skill development in each sport.
For ages 7-15. Held at the Sunrise Athletic Complex and Flamingo Park.
For ages 5-14. Activities include field trips, swimming, arts & crafts, outdoor and indoor activities.
Camp is held at Tamarac Park, 7501 N. University Dr., June 19-August 11. Packets will be available at Tamarac Recreation Center, 7501 N. University Dr., or at the Tamarac Community Center, 8601 Commercial Blvd on February 27th.
Weston Tennis Center,
16451 Racquet Club Rd.
Program for high-level tournament-ready tennis players includes drills, tactics, strategy, match play, coaching, water
activities, weekly team competition and more. For kids just starting the game of tennis, program includes drills,
basic stroke progression, weekly team competition, water activities and more.
A wide range of activities including arts & crafts, double dutch, basketball, cheerleading, modeling, indoor and outdoor games, chorus, drama and more. Camp is held at Wilton Manors Elementary School, for ages 4-13.
SLEEP AWAY CAMP
Valley View Ranch Equestrian Camp
606 Valley View Ranch Rd., Cloudland, Georgia
A horse lovers’ paradise since 1954. A’top Lookout Mountain, for 50 girls, 8-17; 1 to 9 weeks, 600 acres, English,
Western, Barrels, Vaulting, and Trails. CHA instructors teach beginner to advanced riders. Spend 4-6 hours daily with your own camp horse. The Jones family are third generation horse lovers, camp administrators, and equine educators.