Horseback Riding Camp Program

All Heart Horse Farmís camp program is in its thirteenth year! In addition to our popular summer weekly camps, we are very pleased to offer school break camps, winter holiday camps, Overnight camps, and educational 1-day Saturday camps.

Everyone is welcome to attend our horse camps, including children with no previous riding experience. We strive for a six-to-one ratio of campers to counselors, which allows us to personalize the camp adventure to individual skill levels. Our five-day summer camps are designed for all ages and we focus more on beginning-level horsemanship.

We're very excited about our Overnight Camp program! Overnight camp includes riding each day, late-night barn checks by flashlight, and toasting smores over campfire! Our next Overnight Camp will be December 20th and 21st! -- sign up today!

We're working on our 2015 Holiday schedule now -- Please check back soon! Click Here for Calendar and Registration

Some of Our Camp Activities Include:

Introduction to Horses
Learn about living in a herd of horses! Campers find out about responsibilities of horse ownership, careers associated with horses, All Heart Horse Farm internships and interest project opportunities.
Daily Horse Care
Campers gain hands-on experience with horses by participating in the day-to-day activities of a working horse farm. Campers assist with grooming, bathing, feeding, and cleaning horses.
Horses in History and Culture
Campers learn true examples of famous horses in history, as well as hearing some of the rich tradition of tall tales and legends. Camps also include many different equine arts, crafts, songs, or games.
Equine Tack and Equipment
Each part of the saddle and bridle plays a key role in the comfort and safety of horse and rider. Campers help with saddling and bridling a horse, and learn about proper preparations for horseback riding.
Horseback Riding
Campers ride on horseback every day. New riders develop their skills with mounting, dismounting, starting, walking, turning, and stopping. Advanced riders are challenged with new riding activities and skill tests.
Demonstration of Knowledge
On Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 3pm, the five-day camp concludes with a Demonstration of Knowledge, where campers get to show off their accomplishments. Parents are encouraged to attend -- and bring your cameras!

Camp activities are held in our barns, Covered Arena, and Equine Education Center!

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Summer Day Camp Details

Cost: $295 for a five-day camp.

Time: 10am to 3pm, Monday-Friday.

Intensive Riding Before or After-camp Riding Lessons: Campers may participate in more intensive riding in before or after-camp horseback riding lesson from 9am to 10am or 3pm to 4pm each day, for an additional cost of $30 per day. (This is a 33% discount off of our normal lesson rates of $45 per lesson.)

Overnight Camp Details

Cost: $125 for 1 night and 2 days and $195 for 2 nights and 3 days (meals and snacks included). (Please note: We recommend our 1-night option for our very young campers who might find it difficult to stay 2 nights away from home....please e-mail Heidi for more information).

Time: 2 night camps -- drop-off Friday at 4pm and pick-up Sunday at 11am; 1 night camps -- drop-off Friday at 4pm and pick-up Saturday at 5pm.

What to bring: All meals and snacks are included; campers should bring a sleeping bag and pillow, PJ's, and a change of clothes.

Saturday Camp Details

Cost: $65 for the one-day camp.

Time: 10am to 3pm, Saturday.

Please make arrangements for timely dropping off and picking up your child.

Since early dropoff and late pickup require us to schedule additional staff, please be sure to reserve a place in our before-care and/or after-care programs at the time that you register for camp. Before-care and after-care costs $9 per hour or part-hour per child. Starting at 8am and ending at 5pm.

Food & Drink: Please bring a bag lunch each day. Ice water stations are provided.

Equipment: Campers need to bring a safety helmet (horseback riding helmet or bicycle helmet), which must be worn whenever mounted. Campers should wear stretchy pants, sweat pants, or riding breeches ... no tight pants please. Sturdy shoes are important, and many campers need a change of clothes.

Camp Size: Camps are limited in size and are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, so please register now to reserve your place!

Directions to All Heart Horse Farm: All Heart Horse Farm is a twenty-five-acre facility conveniently located on Highway 6 east of Highway 288, twenty minutes south of the Houston Medical Center. Please see our Directions Page for detailed directions.

For further information, please contact us at or telephone 713-515-1261 or 281-489-4496.

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