Camps are offered during Spring Break, Summer break, and over the Winter holidays.
What better way to spend your holiday vacation time than at Full Circle’s Horsemanship Camps?
Each day campers will learn about horses and how to take care of one, horsemanship responsibilities, arts & crafts, games, and horse-related activities. The riding lesson portion lasts 90 minutes and will focus on developing skills such as barrel racing, pole bending, and maneuvering through a trail pattern. The focus is for students to get as much hands-on experience with horses as possible!
Winter holiday camps for 2018 take place November 19–21, December 20-21, December 27-29 and January 2-4 and cost $65 per day. Campers should bring a sack lunch, warm coat, gloves, and other appropriate outerwear for cold weather. All campers are encouraged to bring an extra bottle of water. Please review camp dates below.
A non-refundable deposit of $20 per day is needed to reserve a spot and the remainder of your camp cost will be due one week prior to the start date of your camp. Limited enrollment will be on a first come first serve basis upon receipt of your deposit.
——————————————————– Holiday Camp Application —————————————
|Day camps, 9am-1:30pm (sign up for each individual day, one or more):
___ Mon, Nov 19 ___ Tues, Nov 20 ___ Wed, Nov 21
___ Thurs, Dec 20 ___ Fri, Dec 21 ___ Thurs, Dec 27
___ Fri, Dec 28 ___ Sat, Dec 29 ___ Wed, Jan 2
___ Thurs, Jan 3 ___ Fri, Jan 4
|Student’s Name ___________________________ Birthdate ________________
Email Address ____________________________ Allergies/Other Info____________________
Riding Ability (circle one) Beginner Intermediate Advanced
How did you hear about us?
⃝ Facebook ⃝ Magazine ⃝ Friend ⃝ Flyer ⃝ Other:_________________________
Parent’s Name ____________________________Phone#_______________________________
Emergency Contact Name _____________________________ Phone# ____________________
Please mail to: Full Circle Riding Academy, 6301 Chapman Rd, Watauga 76148
Full Circle Riding Academy reserves the right to cancel a camp that does not meet the minimum number of students.