Experience the Old West at Wagon Train Camp.  Sleep in a covered wagon, enjoy archery, blacksmithing, leathercraft and waterfront!  Horsemanship classes are taught by CHA certified instructors and include horse care, safety, and riding skills.


Camp Cost Start/End Date Going into Grades Camp Availability
Primary Camp (co-ed) (Register) (More Info)$202Jun 12/Jun 152nd to 3rdCamp is full,
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Junior 1 (co-ed) (Register) (More Info)$384Jun 16/Jun 224th to 6thCamp is full,
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Teen (co-ed) (Register) (More Info)$384Jun 23/Jun 297th to 12thCamp is full,
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Munchkin Day Camp (Register) (More Info)$99Jul 1/Jul 3K-1stCamp is full,
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Junior Girls 1 (Register) (More Info)$384Jul 7/Jul 134th to 6thCamp is full,
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Junior 2 (co-ed) (Register) (More Info)$384Jul 14/Jul 204th to 6thCamp is full,
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Teen Girl EQcel (Register) (More Info)$429Jul 21/Jul 277th to 12thCamp is full,
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Junior Girls 2 (Register) (More Info)$384Jul 28/Aug 34th to 6thClosed
*If a camp is full but there is still waitlist spots available then continue registration and it will put you on the waitlist

Camp Descriptions:


Primary Camp (co-ed), Jun 12/Jun 15, Grades 2nd to 3rd

  • Two days and three nights are a great introduction to camp. Make friends, try many of our different activities, ride horses, go the snackshop and play in the lake!

Junior 1 (co-ed), Jun 16/Jun 22, Grades 4th to 6th

  • This camp includes activities such as swimming, boating, ballfield games, crafts, outdoor skills, archery, horse care, and riding skills. Meet new friends, enjoy campfires, chapel, the snackshop, and get to know our energetic staff.

Teen (co-ed), Jun 23/Jun 29, Grades 7th to 12th

  • Teen campers enjoy many of the same activities as the Junior camps including time at the lake, games, chapel, archery, campfires, outdoor skills, horse care and riding skills. Teen camps also include advanced crafts and blacksmithing. This is a great camp for teens who enjoy smaller groups and have an interest in horses.

Munchkin Day Camp, Jul 1/Jul 3, Grades K-1st

  • A day camp for the youngest campers. Enjoy activities such as crafts, pony rides, nature walks, group games, and time at the lake.

Junior Girls 1, Jul 7/Jul 13, Grades 4th to 6th

  • This camp includes activities such as swimming, boating, ballfield games, crafts, outdoor skills, archery, horse care, and riding skills. Meet new friends, enjoy campfires, chapel, the snackshop, and get to know our energetic staff.

Junior 2 (co-ed), Jul 14/Jul 20, Grades 4th to 6th

  • This camp includes activities such as swimming, boating, ballfield games, crafts, outdoor skills, archery, horse care, and riding skills. Meet new friends, enjoy campfires, chapel, the snackshop, and get to know our energetic staff.

Teen Girl EQcel, Jul 21/Jul 27, Grades 7th to 12th

  • This camp is for riders with prior experience, featuring smaller class sizes, longer sessions, horse first aid, and hands-on horse care. In addition, campers will get to participate in the same activities as the teen camp listed above.

Junior Girls 2, Jul 28/Aug 3, Grades 4th to 6th

  • This camp includes activities such as swimming, boating, ballfield games, crafts, outdoor skills, archery, horse care, and riding skills. Meet new friends, enjoy campfires, chapel, the snackshop, and get to know our energetic staff.