Meadowvale Farm

Equestrian riding lessons, camps, shows & boarding services

2018 CAMPS

We will be running 2 camps in July 2018

Novice - Intermediate camp: July 9 - 13 and,

Intermediate - Advanced camp: July 16 - 20 

Click here for 2018 Camp registration forms! 

Camp Information and details: 

Novice & Intermediate Camp (Age 7 & up) July 9th – 13th 2018

This camp will accommodate 2 levels: Riders with limited riding experience (some preferred) as well as intermediate riders with previous riding experience and are able to walk, trot and canter independently. Participants will have 2 rides per day, one ride will be a structured riding lesson, and the other will be a fun / relaxed ride. Participants in this camp should already have a strong interest in horses and want to spend the full day riding and learning horsemanship.  


Intermediate & Advanced Camp (Age 9 & up) July 16th – 20th 2018

This camp is designed for intermediate riders, who have already developed a strong riding foundation and are able to canter and jump a course, as well as advanced riders who have already started competing in derbies and horse trials. This camp focuses more strongly on riding and horsemanship skills required to be competitive in the show ring. There will be 2 rides per day and lessons will focus on the skills required for the 3 phases of eventing: dressage, stadium jumping and cross-country. NOTE: Riders will need to have a cross country vest for the cross country jumping lessons. 

Intermediate and Advanced Camps include:

  • 2 Rides per day (one focused lesson & one fun ride)
  • Horsemanship lessons (caring for & learning about horses)
  • Horse related games & crafts.
  • Instruction and practice of skills required for showing & competing
  • Showing opportunities** (at our on site show)
  • Thursday night sleepover option! (See registration for details)

***Please note that riders must have previous riding experience riding to be eligible for intermediate and advanced camps - see descriptions above***

  Additional camp programs:

  • Early drop off / pick up
  • ***Thursday Sleepover option *** Get the full camp experience and stay overnight at the farm Thursday - Friday (only available some weeks) 
  • Helmet rental ($30/week) (Limited availability)
  • Showing opportunities (for Intermediate & advanced camps)

What to bring to camp:

General Items:

  • A packed lunch with snacks 
  • Lots of water and drinks
  • Weather appropriate clothing
  • Swimsuit or other suitable clothing for getting wet & towel
  • Sun protection: Sunblock & hat
  • Running shoes   

For horse riding:

  • Riding breeches or other suitable tight fitting pants
  • Riding boots (or similar closed toe boot with a 1/2 inch heal) 
  • Riding helmet
  • Hair tie to tie long hair back when handling horses
  • Riding shirts should have shoulders covered (no tank tops)