Inclusive Camps

ARISE at the Farm offers a many different Inclusive Camps tailored for different age groups and interests. We currently offer:

Summer Farm Camp

Farm Camp is open to all children, with preference given to children with developmental disabilities.

Farm Camp follows the Farm’s policy of a 1:3 ratio of camp counselors to campers. Individuals also have the option of being paired with an individual volunteer who is trained and briefed on the child’s special needs to ensure that every camper can experience all the Farm has to offer in a safe manner.

In addition to horseback riding and horse cart driving, Farm Camp also includes:

  • Biking
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Stories
  • Singing
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Visiting the Farm’s petting zoo
  • Daily Flag Ceremony
  • Horse Grooming
  • Field Games
  • Ropes Course
  • All Camp Bar-B-Ques

Transportation may be available for Farm Campers.

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Summer Horsemanship Camp

Open to all children, ARISE at the Farm offers six weeks of Horsemanship Camp during the summer.
Participants get one riding lesson each day. Campers will learn:

  • Different parts of the horse
  • General horse care
  • Horse grooming
  • How to tack a horse

2018 Horsemanship Camp Dates

  • July 2-6 (No camp on July 4th)
  • July 9-13
  • July 16-20
  • July 23-27
  • July 30-August 3
  • August 6-10

Camp is from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM each day.

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Summer Adult Camp

Adult Camp is fun summer camp for adults that provides fun and slower-paced adventure for campers of all abilities.

Activities include:

  • Horseback Riding
  • Cart Driving
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Fishing
  • Games

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Spring and Winter Day Camps

ARISE at the Farm offers a Spring and Winter Camp during the February school break in the winter and the April school break in the spring.

Spring and Winter Day Camp is open to all children. Campers are paired up and assigned a horse to care for and ride during the week.

Each day, students feed, groom, ride and turn out the horses, clean the stalls and sweep the barns. While the mornings are filled with learning basic horsemanship, the afternoon is filled with crafts, games, and baking.

Family Support Services annually offers 8 students with developmental disabilities scholarships to Winter Day Camp.

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