Summer Camp

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FSTRA’s 3 Day Summer Camp is always a memorable experience with lots of activities crammed into 3 full days!

Open to all ages (3 years +) and abilities with no previous experience required!

   

Held July 11, 12, 13, 2022 activities include a 1 hour horseback riding lesson every day, crafts, stable management, Zumba, yoga, t-shirt decorating, Run Jump Throw, vaulting and more!

 

Our trained Camp Leaders assist our campers in  completing different activities in their assigned group. 
(Groups are determined by similar ages and abilities).

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Camp 2022 Specifics

Dates & Price

Monday July 11

Tuesday July 12

Wednesday July 13

Cost $250.00

Daily Times

9:00 am to 4:00 pm daily

*Please note half day options are available if required*

Registration

Registration Forms will be available on our website

May 1, 2022.  They will also be available via email or for pick up at out office.

Please note a $50.00 deposit will be required to hold your spot.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Are meals and snacks provided at camp?

    • All morning and afternoon snacks are provided. Snacks are nutritious and can accommodate any dietary concerns. Campers need to bring their own lunches and water bottles each day.

  • Can my camper only attend for half a day?

    • YES! Campers are able to register for only a half day. All riding lessons are conducted in the morning. Most families who choose our half-day option usually attend for the morning from 9:00-12:00 or until 1:00pm.

  • What happens if my camper needs extra support?

    • A PSW will be on site to assist with any personal care needs. However, campers are welcomed to bring their own, one-on-one support worker to assist them throughout the day and activities depending on need. Many of our campers bring a respite worker with them for additional support.  Campers who need extra support can also be staffed 1:1.

  • Is riding mandatory?

    • Riding is not mandatory, however, alternate programming will not be available for the hour when the camper is supposed to be riding. Campers will have to sit and watch the riding lesson if they choose not to ride themselves. No previous horse experience is required and we strongly encourage all campers to ride and gain positive experiences with horses. If you have any questions about this aspect, please talk to our Executive Director who runs the camp.

  • Who attends the closing ceremonies?

    • Parents, families and friends are welcomed and encouraged to attend our closing camp ceremonies on the third day in the late afternoon. Campers will be presented with certificates and some awards will be given out. Camp always concludes with light refreshments and a celebratory cake. This is a great opportunity to take some pictures and learn about what the campers have been doing the past 3 days.

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