Riding Lessons

Pony Club

Horse-Assisted Learning

Riding Lessons

Pony Club

Horse-Assisted Learning

Learn horsemanship skills, grow in your personal life, find support and healing.

We are committed to providing a safe, caring, hands-on learning experience with horses. Participants find support, friendship, and healing in a healthy environment as they grow in horsemanship abilities. Warm Beach Horsemanship facilities are in a beautiful location overlooking Port Susan Bay near Stanwood, WA.

Year-round riding lessons include instruction in Western and English horseback riding. Horse-Assisted Learning and Pony Club options are also available.

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center: Horse Riding Lessons

Riding Lessons

Improve as a rider

Participants grow in their riding disciplines and their spiritual and personal life. Safety and responsible horse handling are central. (ages 4+)

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center: Pony Club

Pony Club at Warm Beach Camp

Experience Pony Club!

Warm Beach Horsemanship is a United States Pony Club Riding Center. Education, safety, sportsmanship, stewardship and fun are the foundation for members. 

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center: Wrangler in Training

Equine Professional Apprentice

Apprentice with experienced staff

Gain experience in safety, horsemanship instruction, group control, and horse care while working with guests and campers. (ages 16+)

Camp Programs at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center: Horse Camp

Summer Horse Day Camp

A Summer to Remember!

Campers will enjoy riding through a vast network of trails, as well as an arena, while learning about God and making friends.

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center: Volunteer


Make a difference in someone's life.

Consider volunteering at Warm Beach Camp through the Horsemanship program.

-What Horse Camp goers are saying-

“I’m so thankful for the Warm Beach Horsemanship Program! Expectations are clearly communicated- such as arrival and prep times, and instructors are always on time and ready. Because Warm Beach Horsemanship is a Christ-centered program and because Christ values and appreciates His creation, this value and appreciation shines through the instructors to the students.”

–Camper Parent, Annette


“My family has been involved with Warm Beach horsemanship for over 25 years. My husband loved the program so much that he gave his favorite horse, Flicka, to the camp when he stopped riding. Our family has been involved in riding lessons, summer horsemanship camps, parent and me horsemanship weekends, vaulting lessons, vaulting camps, competitive vaulting, and now therapeutic vaulting. We love the opportunity to learn horsemanship in such a supportive and caring environment.

- Jo Anne, Camper Parent

Horsemanship Leadership

The staff are passionate for sharing the love of God through professional horsemanship instruction. They believe in the amazing ability of horses and horse related activities to nurture the potential in each person. The staff are active in one or more professional associations such as Certified Horsemanship Association, American Vaulting Association, United States Equestrian Federation, and United States Pony Club.

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center

Lisa Tremain

Horsemanship Director

In 2016, Lisa began serving as the Warm Beach Horsemanship Director. Lisa grew up in New Zealand where she rode competitively in Eventing and Dressage. Lisa is certified through the United States Pony Club (USPC) and Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA); she was awarded the CHA Region 1 Instructor of the Year Award in 2021. Her priority is to teach students how to work in harmony with horses, communicating effectively to realize their joint potential. Lisa believes horses provide the perfect opportunity for riders to experience the hope and acceptance of God’s unconditional love and strives to cultivate an environment where this can be fostered.

Horsemanship at Warm Beach Camp & Conference Center

Meg Rudy

Assistant Horsemanship Director

After 5 years devoted to service in equestrian summer camps, Meg is returning to her home in the great Pacific Northwest and joining the Warm Beach Horsemanship team as the new Assistant Horsemanship Director! She is delighted to be returning to her roots. With her background in the United States Pony Club and Young Riders (Area VII), she has also been certified with CHA as a Level 4 Instructor. She is dedicated to the unique ministry that exists in the space we share with horses and is looking forward to growing together in Christ.

Thank you to our sponsor. 

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