March Break Camp
All camps at RCRA are taught by qualified instructors and professionally trained and managed camp counselors.
Whatever camp offering you select you can look forward to riding in well-maintained facilities, spacious arenas, a safe and positive environment and on a wide range of well cared for horses to suit any level.
At the end of each camp riders receive a detailed rider report and their current RCRA rider level certificate. Our graduated rider level system is in line with Equine Canada Rider Levels.
Similar to the Summer Camp program, this year we are super focused on riders development in several different areas:
- Mental and Physical Health
- Creativity and Imagination (self-development)
- Horseback riding
- Knowledge, Theory, and Horse Care
What to bring:
SAFETY APPROVED RIDING HELMET. Helmets must be properly fitted and must meet A.S.T.M. standards. Rental helmets are available from us and we can assist in fitting.
SAFETY APPROVED, PROTECTIVE RIDING VEST. Vests must meet A.S.T.M. or B.E.T.A. safety standards and must be properly fitted. While this is currently not mandatory, we highly recommend it for any riders under the age of eighteen.
Boots that are at least above ankle length with a low heel, flat sole and no steel toes.
Long trousers that are stretchy or roomy enough to allow flexibility.
Jodhpurs, breeches and riding boots are, of course, desirable but not mandatory.
Most of our camps at RCRA include a meal program, as indicated in each camp’s registration form. However, we recommend that each camper is sent with lots of drinking water and a light snack weather they are on the meal program or not.
Please advise us if your child has any allergies.
To register complete a form for the camp of your choice and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all camps, payment is required to secure your spot in the camp. Cancellation policy requires a 10% charge of camp fee price.