A PLACE FOR FRIENDSHIP

 

Where kids can be kids!

Camp should be FUN! and Camp Koda Summer Riding Camp is Fun and so much more. Where Riding lessons are just the beginning ... Learn, Explore, Discover and meet new friends. Roast marshmallows, ride through the creek, milk a cow, experience farm and barn life and learn about and how to care for all the animals. Each week there is a new theme to spark the imagination and keep the creative juices flowing all summer.  So come for a week or 2 or the whole summer, but don't miss out!

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Have you completed your enrollment package?

Summer is almost here and Camp is just around the corner so don’t delay.  If you have not received your enrollment package, Request here to have it emailed to you:

 

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to confirm your camper’s registration to receive it. Then Please Complete and Bring with you on the first day of camp.

 

We look forward to a great summer and can’t wait to see you at Camp Koda!

Learn Explore Discover

 

Our carefully constructed programs are designed for students ages 4–and up. at various ability levels and offer children the opportunity to have fun, discover their world, make new friends and of course learn to ride the horses.

 

A Day At Camp Koda

8:15-8:30

8:30-9:00

9:00-12:00

12:00– 1:00

1:00-3:00

3:00

3:15

3:30

4:30

 

5:30

Drop Off

Warm Up Wake Up and Get our Bodies Moving

Around the Barn* Learning How to Care for Horses, Hands On Care for the Horses, Gardening, Theory

LUNCH Eat and Playground (Supervised Free Time)

Theme Related Activities

Snack

Clean Up and Locker Tidy Up

Indoor Activities  Varies Daily

Farm Animal Care Caring for and Interacting with the Goats, Chickens, Donkeys and Milking Cow

Pick Up

 

Riding Lessons Daily

* We at Camp Koda believe that teaching safe horsemanship practices and caring for these wonderful animals are just as important as learning to ride. For that reason, campers are taught horse care responsibilities — grooming, hoof care and tacking their horses, as well as helping with basic barn time skills to ensure our horses are comfortable.

 

 

What to Bring To Camp

 

 

Completed Camp Koda Enrollment Form

All Campers must have a completed Enrollment Package by first day attending camp.

 

DownloadEnrollment Package PDF

Print. Complete and Bring with you or come early to complete at camp.

 

Half-Day Campers

  1. Approved and Fitted Riding Helmet
    Camp Koda will Provide one if you don't have one
  2.  Riding Clothes (Breeches or other long pants, long socks and gloves. Chaps are optional)
  3. Boots (with at least a 1/2" heel)
  4. Play Clothes and Closed Toe shoes /sneakers Only
  5. An extra change of clothes (just in case)
  6. Your favorite healthy Morning Snack (with ice pack)
  7. Your favorite healthy Lunch (with ice pack)
  8. Water Bottle with camper's name on it.

 

Full-Day Campers

  1. All of the above plus ...
  2. Your favorite healthy Afternoon Snack
  3. Bathing Suit and Towel
  4. Water Shoes (or shoes that can get really wet)
  5. Sunscreen & Bug Spray (Please check for safe ingredients)
  6. Shoe Polishing Supplies for your child to prepare for riding the next day (Boot Polish that matches boots, application brush and buffing Brush)

 

PLEASE BRING EVERYTHING WITH YOU ON MONDAY!
A locker is provided for the week

 

What to LEAVE AT HOME

FOR SAFETY REASONS PLEASE LEAVE THE FOLLOWING AT HOME

 

  1. JEWELRY
  2. CHEWING GUM
  3. ALL ELECTRONIC DEVICES
    IPODS, ELECTRONIC GAMES, CELL PHONES*, ETC

— cell phones can only be used in the office area and should be left in the reception office during the day —

 

 

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Riding Lessons Daily

8:15-8:30 Drop Off

8:30-9:00 Warm Up
Wake Up and Get our Bodies Moving

9:00-12:00 Around the Barn*
Learning How to Care for Horses, Hands On Care for the Horses, Gardening, Theory

12:00– 1:00 LUNCH
Eat and Playground (Supervised Free Time)

1:00-3:00
Theme Related Activities

3:00 Snack

3:15
Clean Up and Locker Tidy Up

3:30 Indoor Activities
  Varies Daily

3:30 Farm Animal Care
Caring for and Interacting with the Goats, Chickens, Donkeys and Milking Cow

5:30 Pick Up

Completed Camp Koda Enrollment Form

All Campers must have a completed Enrollment Package by first day attending camp.

 

Download
Enrollment Package PDF

Print. Complete and Bring with you or come early to complete at camp.

 

Half-Day Campers

  1. Approved and Fitted Riding Helmet
    Camp Koda will Provide one if you don't have one
  2.  Riding Clothes (Breeches or other long pants, long socks and gloves. Chaps are optional)
  3. Boots (with at least a 1/2" heel)
  4. Play Clothes and Closed Toe shoes /sneakers Only
  5. An extra change of clothes (just in case)
  6. Your favorite healthy Morning Snack (with ice pack)
  7. Your favorite healthy Lunch (with ice pack)
  8. Water Bottle with camper's name on it.

 

Full-Day Campers

  1. All of the above plus ...
  2. Your favorite healthy Afternoon Snack
  3. Bathing Suit and Towel
  4. Water Shoes (or shoes that can get really wet)
  5. Sunscreen & Bug Spray (Please check for safe ingredients)
  6. Shoe Polishing Supplies for your child to prepare for riding the next day (Boot Polish that matches boots, application brush and buffing Brush)

 

PLEASE BRING EVERYTHING WITH YOU ON MONDAY!
A locker is provided for the week

 

What to LEAVE AT HOME

FOR SAFETY REASONS PLEASE LEAVE THE FOLLOWING AT HOME

 

  1. JEWELRY
  2. CHEWING GUM
  3. ALL ELECTRONIC DEVICES
    IPODS, ELECTRONIC GAMES, CELL PHONES*, ETC

— cell phones can only be used in the office area and should be left in the reception office during the day —