Twelve Tips For Choosing A Horse Camp
A Final Word
Choosing a horsemanship camp can be an excellent opportunity for your child, regardless of his or her experience with horses. It is important to choose the camp that will provide the best possible options for your child. These tips will help you choose a camp that will give your child a memorable and satisfying experience with these magnificent creatures.
These camps graciously provided information used in this article:
Zion Farms near Rome, Georgia
Stone Mountain Adventures in central Pennsylvania
Catherine Capers in rural Vermont
You can find these and other horse camps in Allen's Guide.
About the Author
Royce Armstrong is an accomplished writer, photographer and outdoor enthusiast. His work has appeared in such magazines as Bow & Arrow Hunting, Life & Leisure, The Paint Horse Journal, and The River Traveler. More information about Royce can be found at www.hickorywords.com.
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