Camps

2021 CAMPS ARE HERE!

June 21 - 25  SGF Members & Friends Camp 

July 12 - 16   Beginner/Low Level Riding Camp 

July 19 - 23  Little Farmers Camp 

 

To register for a week of camp, please fill out our registration form (separate registration form for each participant) and our hold harmless waiver.  Email both forms to [email protected] $150 non-refundable deposit per camper is due at time of registering.  Payments can be made via cash, check or Venmo.  Checks get made payable to Stoned Goat Farm. Forms and payments can be dropped off by appointment or mailed to the farm.  Our address is 1861 Little Conestoga Road Elverson, PA  19520.  We cannot be responsible for any mail that is lost or delayed.  Venmo payments can be sent to @Stoned-Goat-Farm.   Once we receive completed forms and $150 deposit, registration is considered complete.  All camp balances are due no later than May 15.  Any balances received after May 15th will result in a $50 late fee. 

 

LIMITED SPACE AVAILALBE.  

Late Registrations:

If space is available, we will accept late registrations.  Late registrations start May 16, up to the day of camp. Late registration costs vary per camp.  See specific details below. 

 

Forms can be found here:

Registration Form

Hold Harmless Waiver 

 

SGF MEMBER & FRIEND CAMP 

June 21 - June 26  

9am - 3pm

$400/camper *must register by May 15. $150 non-refundable deposit required at time of registering. 

$450/camper if registered after May 15. Must pay in full at time of registration.

This camp is offered to current SGF members and their family & friends. Camp is open to our low level intermediate through advanced riders ages 8 through 20.  Campers can expect to learn basic and advanced care and riding skills of all levels.  Daily activites include barn chores, feedings, grooming, bathing, tacking up, untacking, riding etc as well as daily arts & crafts, horse and non-horse related barn activities, games and water activities.   Daily snack provided.  Campers bring a bagged lunch. Additional details provided at registration.  

 

BEGINNER & LOWER LEVEL PONY CAMP

July 12 - July 16

9am - 3pm

$400/camper *must register by May 15. $150 non-refundable deposit required at time of registering. 

$450/camper if registered after May 15. Must pay in full at time of registration

This camp is geared for campers who have no horse experience or have some lower level riding abilities.  Campers who are walking and trotting on their own are welcome to attend this camp.  If you are jumping, this camp is NOT for you.  Please ask us about advanced camp options.    This is a super fun camp offered to campers ages 6 through 13 who want to learn all about horses and the responsibilities that come with caring for them.  Our campers will participate in lots of horse related activities such as basic care, feeding, grooming, bathing etc as well as other horse related topics such as What is tack? How do I tack up a horse? and of course campers will spend time each day RIDING THE HORSES!  We also teach the important stuff such as feeding and basic care. Our campers will participate in lots of barn chores that come along with horses such as mucking stalls, cleaning buckets, picking the run-ins etc in a fun and educational environment.   

Daily snacks provided.  FREE T-shirt to every participant. 

Additional information is given at time of registering. 

 

 

LITTLE FARMERS CAMP

July 19 - July 23

$250/camper *Must register by May 15.  $150 Non-refundable deposit required at time of registration.

Late Registrations (if space is available) is $275/camper. Must pay in full at time of registration.

Our little farmers camp week is offered to boys and girls ages 4-8.  Campers will participate in various animal and farm related activities and games. Campers will participate in various farm activities such feeding the animals, collecting eggs, tending to the garden (watering, weeding and harvesting) as well as participate in fun arts & crafts, playing games and of course everyone's favorite- pony rides!

 

CANCELATIONS:

  • Two Weeks Prior to the Start of Your Camp - If for any reason you need to cancel your camp registration, you will receive a refund for any fees you have paid not including the $150 camp deposit (camp deposit is non-refundable, non-transferable) if you cancel at least two weeks prior to the first day of the camp session for which you are registered. 
     
  • Less than Two Weeks Prior to the Start of Your Camp - If for any reason, you need to cancel your camp registration within the two weeks immediately prior to the start of your child’s camp, refunds will not be given.
     
  • No Show - If you are registered for a camp session and do not attend for any reason and/or do not notify us that you will not be attending at least two weeks prior to the start of the session, refunds will not be issued.

 Refunds for Illness or Quarantine:

    • In the event that an individual is required to quarantine due to a COVID exposure. No refunds or credits will be available for the duration of the individuals' quarantine unless notice is given two weeks prior to the first day of the camp session. 
    • In the event that an individual chooses to travel to a state on the quarantine list and is required to quarantine for two weeks upon return. If for any reason you need to cancel your camp registration, you will receive a full refund for any fees you have paid, including deposits, if you cancel at least two weeks prior to the first day of the camp session for which you are registered. Please contact us at [email protected] if you need to cancel your camp registration. 
        
       
    • In the event that your child is sick, regardless of illness, or absent for a reason not listed above. No refunds will be available. 

Questions or enrollment changes should be emailed [email protected]

Our campers get...

  • Daily riding lesson
  • Daily tacking lesson
  • Daly grooming lesson
  • Daily Leading and Control of the horses
  • Horse Bathing Lessons
  • Stable Care
  • Basic First Aid for Horses
  • Feeding Lessons

 

  • Team Bonding
  • Showmanship
  • Horsemanship
  • Sportsmanship
  • Lasting friendships with other campers for years to come

HORSEBACK CAMP

A lot of riders know basics, but do they know the why’s and when’s? We dig a little deeper into why things are done the way they are so our riders can take the knowledge they learn here at summer camp and apply it to years ahead of riding.

Our students will learn how to sharpen their riding skills through various drills and techniques taught during camp. We make riding fun by incorporating fun games and activities for our students mostly while handling or riding our horses.

There’s one thing every camper will be sure to walk away with- friendships and lasting memories that will carry with them for years to come.