2020 Parent & Child Horse Camp
The ideal weekend for the horse-lovers in your family!
Parent & Child Horse Camp weekends offer instructional riding, trail riding, and other horse related activities. Moms and Dads can both come with kids and participate in fun activities as a family. Enjoy the beautiful facilities overlooking Port Susan Bay and our friendly CHA certified staff.
Horse Camp Highlights
"I would recommend this camp to anyone who loves horses and wants to know or learn about God."
- Previous camp attendee
- May include other camp activities, such as swimming & mini-golf
- Riders must be at least 10 years old
- Requirements: Riders must not exceed weight of 200 lbs and need to be able to walk on their own.
May 15-17, 2020
Arrival: Friday, 5:00pm, First meal is Friday Dinner at 6:00pm
Departure: Sunday, 3:00pm, Final meal is Sunday Lunch at 12:00pm
Lodging and Cost
$386 per person
Arrival: Rates include program fee, materials, meals, snacks, two (2) nights lodging at Bayview Ranch House.
Bayview Ranch House
Experience beautiful sunsets from the wrap around deck.
- 3-story house with 7 bedrooms, 6-1/2 baths
- Meeting and dining areas, wrap-around deck
- Campfire circle with view of Port Susan Bay
- Capacity: 33 people
"What Horse Camp goers are saying"
“(The weekend brought) our family closer.”
–Nicole, 2019 Parent Child Horse Camp Participant
“It was great to hear the stories about the horses and how it relates to our lives with God. It was a great time to share this together as a family."
-Allison, 2018 Parent Child Horse Camp Participant
“(The weekend) helped with conversations with my son."
–Kimberly, 2018 Parent Child Horse Camp Participant
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, and Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship.
New Zealand native, Lisa Tremain, is excited to be back at Warm Beach Camp to serve as the Horsemanship Director where she hopes to share her love of horses and God with others. Lisa first came to Warm Beach Camp as a WIT (Wrangler in Training) in 2003, and since has served in other camp ministries throughout New Zealand. She believes horses provide a unique opportunity to teach not only horsemanship skills, but also core life skills including trust, respect, communication and the importance of relationships.
Assistant Horsemanship Director
Ginger Reitz has been involved in various horse sports for decades including – riding, competing, teaching and training. In her role as the Assistant Horsemanship Director Ginger oversees the Warm Beach Vaulters competitive vaulting club and the Warm Beach Therapeutic Horsemanship programs. Ginger has a God-given compassion for those who can benefit simply from the activity and environment of vaulting, riding, and horse-related activities. Her goal is to improve people’s lives through equine-assisted activities and create space for others to connect to the love of God.