Peachtree Farms Camp Programs

 

Upcoming Camps in 2019

  Weekly Summer Camp:

All campers must be registered before the first day of the  selected week.

Camp Starts June 3 and runs weekly through Aug 9 (except the week of July 4)

Basic Beginner Camp runs every week of the summer , along with the intermediate and advanced camp.

Half Day 9 to 12   Full Day 9 to 3

Spring Break Camp:
Several weeks of camp will be held. Call us about your school spring break dates

Camp Registration Form (secure online payment, 1 per family)
–OR– Camp Registration Form (print & mail in payment, 1 per camper)

please remember to pre-register

Boot Camp (May 28-June 1)

Boot Camp is our camp for competing pony clubbers that plan on attending Mega rally. This is a mock rally and helps prepare the students for rally that is the third week in June. During this week we offer special guest instructors throughout the week.

Intermediate Camp:
July 22- 26
Camp is reserved but not limited to students who are in the 3rd or 4th year of the Peachtree Summer Camp program.  Beginner Camp will also be offered this week.
 Advanced Lesson Camp:
July 29- Aug 2
Advanced Camp is reserved for students who are already in the Peachtree Farms Lesson Program and invitation only.  Students will cover a wider range then the Beginner Camp Beginner camp is also offered this week

Peachtree Farms offers horse riding camps and lessons during the spring, summer, and Christmas holidays. Our camps are designed to improve all aspects of horsemanship for riders of all ages – sportsmanlike conduct and a spirit of cooperation, patience, and kindness. Riders are encouraged to become a partner with their mount. Some camps are specialized while others cater to every child’s dream of owning a horse. Day camps are scheduled Monday through Friday each week of the summer. Riders bring a sack lunch and enjoy the feeling and responsibility of owning their own horse for a week. Half-day camps are available for the younger ones 4 and up.

 

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Polly Peach Grammer has been teaching day camps and clinics for more than 50 years. Her first camps were held on the infield of the race track at Maryland Farms. She possesses a vast knowledge of horses and a passion for sharing it with all in her presence. With a teaching degree from Peabody College, and as a mother of four and grandmother of eight, Polly has had plenty of experience with children. Polly has been certified by the DGWS (Division Girls Women Sports), the HSA (Horsemanship Safety Association) and the CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association). In addition, her experienced staff is hand-picked to ensure that your child has fun and individual attention while keeping them safe on and around the horses.

Must Be Preregistered