Ranch Camp & Ranch Days

Ranch Camp & Ranch Days

Whether you are that horse-crazy kid or just wanting to live Western-style for a while, Ranch Camp and Ranch Days are a wonderful way for boys and girls to learn about beautiful animals God has created. Each day you will receive instruction from CHA certified riding instructors, who will show you how to connect with horses and become a skilled rider. Additionally, you will spend time grooming and tacking, and learning how to best care for a horse. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced rider we will place you in classes that will challenge both your knowledge and your skills. We offer both Western and English styles of riding. While most of the day is spent at the barn, evenings you are involved in camp-wide games and campfire.

Schedule and Pricing 2017

Week Date Camp Age Fee Register
1 June 12-16
Mon-Fri
Ranch Days* 9-11 $330 Register »
2 June 19-23
Mon-Fri
Jr. High Ranch O.N. 11-13 $450 Register »
3 June 26-30
Mon-Fri
Ranch Days*^ 9-10 $350 Register »
4 July 5-7
Wed-Fri
Ranch Days* 11-12 $250 Register »
5 July 10-14
Mon-Fri
Ranch Days*^ 10-11 $350 Register »
6 July 17-21
Mon-Fri
Ranch Days*^ 9-10 $350 Register »
7 July 24-28
Mon-Fri
Jr. High Ranch O.N. 12-14 $450 Register »
* Indicates your child will be here from 8:30am-5:30pm. (Lunch is the only meal served)
^ Indicates overnight option- Wednesday night only. (Wednesday supper and Thursday breakfast are served)
O.N. -Indicates that your child will be staying overnight for the whole week. (All meals served except Monday breakfast and Friday supper)
Camper must be the age by the time they attend camp.

A $50 non-refundable deposit per week is due at registration, which is included in the total price of camp.

What to bring

Sleeping bag Pillow Bible
Shorts Jeans/ long pants Pens/Pencils
Sunscreen Pajamas Tennis shoes
Boots/Closed toe shoes (especially if taking a horse ride) Toiletries (shampoo, soap, toothbrush/toothpaste) Wash cloth & Towel
Swimsuit (modest one-piece) A backpack is recommended for Ranch campers Mosquito spray

Please label everything with a name. Campers tend to lose unmarked items.

What NOT to bring

Firearms Cell phones ipods or iphones
Electronic games Radios MP3 players
CDs Video cameras Books (other than devotional)
Short shorts Tight tank tops Pets
Alcohol Tobacco products Illegal drugs
Knives Lighter Fireworks
Spaghetti strap tops Revealing one/two piece swimsuits Cash (Spending money should be turned in at registration)

Medications

If your camper needs to take medications at camp you must turn them in when you register to the camp nurse. All over the counter and non-prescription drugs remain in the ORIGINAL CONTAINER. All prescription medications must be in a PHARMACY LABELED container with the campers name on it. Loose pills will not be accepted.

Over-the-counter Medications

Li-Wa typically offers the following non-prescription medications on an as-needed basis. By law we must use our own supply. Please notify us of any medications you DO NOT want given to your child.

Aceteminophen (Tylenol) Ibuprofen (Advil) Triple antibiotic ointment Throat spray
Hydrogen Peroxide Dimetapp Hydrocortisone cream 1% Calamine lotion
Benadryl Cough medicine Bismuth tablets (Pepto bismol) Visine
Sudafed

Parent Show

All parent shows will be on Friday at 4:30pm in the arena.