Have your FUN at Camp Cloverhill. Camp Cloverhill has a warm, caring, and positive family atmosphere that allows campers to thrive on new friendships and experiences. With quality instruction in over 20 activities such as Horseback Riding, Arts and Crafts, Bacci Ball our campers can take healthy activities, which develop physical and emotional skills. Cloverhill campers develop a stronger sense of self and self-confidence in a supportive, friendly environment.
Whether you are a beginner wanting to learn the basics of horse care and riding or a young equestrian looking to enhance your skills for pleasure or show, Cloverhill Horse Camp is perfect for you. Our camps cover everything from grooming to jumping and nose to tail. At Cloverhill, we are focused on creating a solid foundation on which to base all that is equine. As well as horsemanship, our activities strive to develop social skills, responsibility and imagination. All of our campers are assessed upon arrival and partnered with a horse that will compliment their personality and riding level.
Our Half Chap camp is offered to campers age 8 and up. No previous riding experience is necessary. Campers will have their days and afternoons filled with loads of hands on horsemanship, demonstrations, visits from a Veterinarian and Farrier, team building exercises, and just plain old fun, including, Wrangler round up, arts and crafts, splashing at Blue Mountain water slide park, and trail riding with a picnic lunch. In the evening campers and counsellors will gather around the cozy fire, telling horse stories and munching on yummy camper made treats. In addition, do not forget a last day show!
Our Full Chap camp is offered to all campers age 8 and up, whose aim is to actively compete in horse shows. This camp will be divided up into 3 groups. The first group being flat class, the second; beginning jumpers at a course height 1 foot 6 to 2 feet, and the third group of 2 feet and up. This camp will focus more on skills in the aspect of showing horses; show prepping including braiding, clipping, course design, horse and barn management. Our instruction follows the Certified Horsemanship Associations guidelines allowing campers to work toward their Riding Levels. In addition, do not forget Splashing at Blue Mountains water slides, campfires, and our last day show.
*Farm has won title of Farm of the month.
**Camp menu serves healthy, nutritious homemade food, interviewed by Canada AM (re: menu)