Space is limited and saddles fill up quick.
The cost of one week is $600. A non-refundable deposit of $300 is due with release forms after registration . Checks must be made to Arroyo Canyon Riders. Payment in full is due by May 15th to guarantee enrollment. Have questions? Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Arroyo Canyon Riders Summer Camp Information
Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
NO EARLY DROP OFF or LATE PICK UP
Limited to 10 campers per session
Cost: Coming Soon!
$500.00 non-refundable deposit to hold your saddle
Balance Due 2 weeks prior to camp to keep your saddle
*Arroyo Canyon Riders in independently owned and operated
My child is a first time rider, do we need equipment or gear?"We understand! Summer Camp is a perfect way to introduce your child to the equestrian world. We strive to provide gear to first time riders while they're still learning about the sport. Indicate your rider's need in the message section of the registration form and we will do our best to accomidate your little rider.
Does registration guarantee enrollment?No, however, a 50% deposit can ensure we save a saddle for you. Checks must be made to Arroyo Canyon Riders. Full amount must be paid by May 15th to maintian enrollment.
Are there extended hours?No, campers must be picked up by 3pm.
Can my camper attend more than one camp session?Yes! Simply note the camp dates you'd like and ensure a 50% deposit is applied to all the dates you wish to attend.
What does my child wear for camp?Long pants, close-toed shoes, hat and sunscreen.
What does my child need to bring to camp?Water, lunch, snacks and sunscreen.
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arroyo canyon riders
AT ALTADENA STABLES
Riders of all levels of experience are invited to join the fun! Campers will be indulged in learning all about horsemanship from the ground up, while creating a bond with animals and enjoying the great outdoors!
Arroyo Canyon Riders Summer Camp at Altadena Stables prides their program in educating campers from the ground up about horse care. From grooming to bathing to giving treats, the riders will experience the full meaning of horsemanship. Allowing the campers to care for their animals helps build a bond between the rider and the horse.