1. Why go to KB Horse Camp?

    Well that is simple. We all like the biggest bang for our bucks...

    At KB Horse camp it is just that: a place where kids can learn about horses by working with the horses. They are involved in horse related activities from the time they get out of the bed in the morning till they go to bed in the evening.



  2. How much time will my child spend with the horses while at camp?

    Each child is responsible for his or her own horse while they are at the camp.  This includes feeding, brushing, washing, and anything else the horse needs while the camper is with the horse.

    Your child will rise early in the morning to feed their horse.  After the horses are taken care of the campers eat. By mid-morning all the campers collect their horse and get them saddled for the days riding lessons.

    Essential, each child will spend the full day with their horse or involved in a horse related activity.



  3. Is there a limit to the number of children allowed in each camp?

    There will be a limit of 10 kids a week. There is the occasional exception.



  4. What are the rules about coming to see my child while at camp?

    You are more than welcome to drop in at any point in time while your child is at the camp. However, it is uggested that you call in advanced to see what the days activities include.



  5. Do you take the children on any mini field trips during the camps?

    Yes.  The trip depends on what is going on in the local area during the camp. We have gone to see bull riding, calf roping, and mini rodeos
    during some of the past camps. We might take a fieldtrip to the local feed store to pick up supplies for the camp. Trips are often an educational experience for the children.



  6. What do I need to pack for/bring to camp?

    Packing List

    Overnight Camp Packing List Required Items

    • Copy of insurance Card (both sides)
    • Release Form
    • Camper Information/Sign-In Form
    • Boots with heels
    • Riding helmet (if desired by parent)
    • Comfortable pants for riding
    • T-shirts and at least one long sleeved shirt
    • Swim wear (1 piece only for girls; no two pieces)
    • Pajamas
    • Sleeping bag and pillow
    • Hand soap, shampoo, toothbrush, and toothpaste
    • Towels and wash cloths
    • Prescription medication
    • Spending money for snacks, meals in town, and trip to Boot Hill Western Wear in Valdosta

     

    Optional Items

    • Flashlight, camera, and extra film
    • Sunblock
    • Bug spray
    • Gloves
    • Rain poncho and/or rain pants
    • Journal

     

    Day Campers

    • same as above except no overnight supplies




 

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