Session 1: June 10-13
Session 2: June 17-20
Session 3: July 29-August 1
Session 4: August 5-8
Session 5: August 12-15
Camp is open to boys and girls ages 8 and up. We concentrate mostly on RIDING in English or western saddles with time allowed to make a craft or enjoy a swim at the end of the day if it is hot. Camps are kept small to allow maximum instruction and time with the horses. Campers must bring their own sack lunch and drink.
Day camp runs from 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. Tuition is $280.00 per camper which includes a $50.00 deposit to hold your spot. Sessions available in July and August. Sign up here.
Dates: June 24-28, 2013
Overnight campers should arrive Monday, June 24th at 9:00 A.M. and be picked up Friday June 28th at 4:00 P.M. Please bring campers to the barn office at 42273 State Hwy34 and you will be directed to your cabins. Overnight campers enjoy a luau, awesome crafts, scavenger and treasure hunts on horseback, and a night ride. We have a Camp Store where campers can purchase clothing and snacks.
Camp is open to boys and girls ages 9-15.
Tuition is $1120.00 per camper (This includes a $100.00 non-refundable deposit to hold your spot.) Tuition includes a Camp Toad T-shirt, water bottle, crafts, lodging, and meals. Campers can deposit money in their store account when they arrive. Sign up here.
Day in the Life of Camp Toad - Camp Schedule
|8:00 am||Rise and Shine|
|8:30 am||Cabin Chores|
Nightime programs can include a luau, fun fashion show, crazy hat contest, skit nite, nite ride and camp fire.
From the Camp Director:
Overnight campers: A packet with medical forms and packing lists will be sent once we receive your registration and deposit (note: this deposit in non refundable). During overnight camp we are happy to accept emails to the campers which we can print and handout at mail time. Email email@example.com. Please leave all electronic devices at home. If campers have cell phones, we will collect and give back at the end of camp. Campers will not be allowed to use cell phones or other electronic media. They MAY bring a camera though! We suggest an inexpensive one such as a box camera in case it is lost or damaged. Please don't bring any candy or snacks from home. Let us know if you have any specific dietary restrictions.
Our facilities include a 80x200 indoor arena, 100x300 outdoor arena, 60 foot indoor and outdoor round pens, 700 acres with approximately 20 miles of trails around Toad Mountain, and 4,000 feet of shoreline on Big Toad lake.
Toad Mountain Ranch began hosting equestrian based residential riding camps in the summer of 2004. Since then camps have been kept small to offer maximum attention and instruction! We offer quality mounts and most of our horses are in their teens. We do not lease our horses from another party. We deal with our horses on a daily basis throughout the year. Our instructors are experts in their area and enjoy working with youth.
The health, happiness, and safety to the well being of our campers and staff is our primary goal at Camp Toad and Toad Mountain Ranch and Resort, Inc.
As we enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, our shared spirit nurtures the seed within where we will sprout and grow as individuals who can appreciate the differences in each other and the similarities between us. Through the camp experience, we will learn to care for the environment and have a positive approach to team building and problem solving in a non competitive atmosphere.
Each child's unique abilities and talents are nurtured at Camp Toad. Through the relationship with horses, campers become capable of problem solving and understanding themselves and the greater world around them. Campers will also experience personal growth and confidence. Our skilled instructors are college age individuals who excel in various levels of interest. All receive pre camp training, first aid training, and are capable of handling any situation that arises through the standards we have set forth.
By learning and living together, and making new friends, it is hoped that campers and staff will create memories to last a lifetime!
For questions and information call Susan Schlossman 701-261-1305
Toad Mountain Ranch Home Number 218-846-1020
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org