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Spring Break CampSo, you're sitting
at home in March or April. For one reason or another your
vacation plans, which correspond with your child's spring break
have been canceled, or don't exist and you're faced with a
dilemma: How are you going to keep your child entertained for a
SEND THEM TO CAMP!!!!!
Back by popular demand, Cedar Lodge is once again open for spring breaks. This week will be an exceptionally low key week. This time of year, we are very busy working on opening up camp, and getting the extra layer of body fat off our our school string horses (and perhaps, a bit off of us as well). There will be no programmed activities except riding, riding, riding! Campers will live in the farm house with Chris and can opt for lessons and free ride every day, multiple times a day. Vaulting is a possibility as well. Beyond that, I can't promise what you will be doing, but I can promise that you will be kept busy! Campers that came for their spring break in the past rode two to three times a day, groomed a million (they might have been exaggerating) horses a day, pulled manes, scrubbed buckets and spent A LOT of time teaching Pancake and Aquilla how to jump and do tricks, (much to the insult of goat and the sheep). They also spent an hour or two on several days vaulting, went on at least one trail ride, watched movies at night, and I'm told at least one of them was asleep before supper, and another opted for an afternoon nap (she's 14)! Everyone voted that Spring Break camp was a great success and their riding skills improved greatly.
Because different school systems have different weeks for their breaks, Cedar Lodge has set no specific week, or time frame for this program. Campers can come for one day or ten. No limit. Prices are based on a fee per day.
Food $ 7.00/meal
Lesson, Flat $25.00/lesson
Lesson, Jumping (if qualified) $30.00/lesson
Free Ride (if qualified) $15.00/per
Clothing list (similar to the Riding Weekends):
Before you pack listen to the long range weather
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