Ranch Camp is perfect for campers who love horses. Instructors and Wranglers use Certified Horsemanship Association standards to teach riding, and campers also learn practical horse care like feeding, first aid, and health care. Other activities include ground work, barn chores, and grooming and tacking.
Our instructors teach both English and Western disciplines. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced rider, you will be placed in a class that will challenge both your knowledge and riding skill.
The instructors at Camp Li-Wa use different activities or goals throughout the week to explain spiritual truths about God and His relationship with us. The horse and rider combination is an excellent way to share with students how just like they work with their horses throughout the lesson program, God also works with us in our lives. Campers will grow in their faith through cabin devotions and chapel time as well as build meaningful relationships with counselors and other campers.
Ranch Days offer the same experiences as Ranch camp, but is perfect for the camper who is not quite ready for the camp overnights. Ranch Days run from 8:30-5:00 daily. Lunch is served daily during Ranch Days.
Registration drop off begins on Monday at 8:30 a.m. Pickup is on Friday at 5:00 p.m.