Horseplay Camp

Horseplay camp is an all abilities summer program for children and teens. We incorporate a variety of mounted and unmounted equine activities such as riding, driving, horse handling, grooming, stable chores and barn management.

 All activities emphasize self-development and team building. Students participate in herd observation and study to develop communication, safety, and horsemanship skills. 

A young girl in a tie dye sweater wearing a helmet and holding the halter of a miniature horse in the High & Mighty barn
A girl on horseback with two women nearby reaches for an object hanging from a tree at High & Mighty's sensory trail course

Additional activities include music, movement, games, and crafts. Each camper leaves their unique “hoof print” on the farm, such as additions to the sensory trail, games for other campers, or signage for our trail systems. 

We emphasize responsible stewardship practices for our Earth; teaching and practicing ways in which to respect, preserve, and protect our natural environment. Join us and come play with horses!

High & Mighty 2024 Horseplay Camp Dates

This summer, all Horseplay Camps are offered Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. Horseplay Camp is for ages 6 and up. 

Week 1: August 12-16
Week 2: August 19-23 (FULL*)
Week 3: August 26-30

Registration Fee: $650/week

Please contact Paloma to register, be put on a camp week waitlist* or with any questions:

A row of kids sitting on a bench wearing hlemets in front of a red barn in High & Mighty's summer Horseplay camp

How to Participate

If you are interested in signing up for Horseplay Camp, please fill out and submit our  Camp Application 2024 You may mail it to us or email it to Once your paperwork is received, you will get a follow-up email confirming the week(s) that your camper is signed up for. We require a nonrefundable $150 deposit with your application in order to hold your child’s space in camp. Without a deposit your spot is not guaranteed. The remainder of the camp fee is due by the first week of Summer Program. 

If you have any questions about our Horseplay Camp, please contact

A young boy riding a white pony in the woods throws a mulit-colored basketball at a hoop