Cedar Camps

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Riding Camp Sampler

Great For: 4th through 6th grade
Dates: 4th or 4.1 or 4.2 sessions
Price: $875/wk or $1750/2-weeks
Enroll Online: Click here to enroll online
Applications: Camper Application
Campership Application
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Sample two different riding seats (English and Western) in this riding camp program for 4th hrough 6th grade.  Ride for 90 minutes a day, learn how to tack and care for horses in fun theory classes for an additional hour.  Campers will learn how to overcome challenges with Christian Science as they experience additional equine activities like horse agility, vaulting, driving, and so much more. 

Riding programs have the possibility to explore the wider equine industry. Examples could include visiting or participating in a horse show or rodeo, visiting equine professionals like a blacksmith or leather crafter, tack and feed store, visiting a horse lesson clinic, going on an off-camp extended trail ride, or visiting a public parks. Campers are supervised in public spaces.

Activity choices:
Five activity periods each day are taught by expert counselors. At the beginning of each session, campers are scheduled to sample a variety of activities with their cabin group. This fosters cabin unity while allowing each camper to explore new interest and discover new talents. Then, each camper chooses his or her favorite activities to further develop and enjoy. Popular options include riding our horses and our long waterslide nearly every day. Campers have fun advancing skills in archery (certifications/awards available), crafts, trampoline, canoeing, campcrafts, drama, nature, swimming (certifications/awards available), diving, synchronized swimming, water polo, basketweaving, dance, basketball, tennis, soccer, wrestling, climbing on the bouldering wall and more.

Horseback Riding: Western or English on camp trails (over 800 acres and miles of riding trails) or in one on of the seven arenas (two covered) on one of Cedars' 78 excellent horses (no extra charge); take part in Horse Shows after learning new skills from our CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) certified instructors.

Swimming: Swim daily at free swim and/or classes in our Aquatic Center with its Junior Olympic Lap Pool and Diving Pool. Red Cross Lifeguards and Water Safety instructors are eager to help you learn or improve your strokes and earn certificates. Other fun water activities at our Aquatic Center include synchronized swimming, water polo, and a swim meet .

Arts & Crafts: Learn to weave a high-quality basket, or collect and make nature art, tool leather work, weave thread bracelets and make jewelry, create with clay, paint pens, tie dye, make paper stationery, bead work, wood work, puppets, and much more.

Archery: "Aim for perfection," for archery awards or just for fun with the support of our certified archery instructors (certified by the National Archery Association.)

Canoeing & Boating: Guide your canoe around our own lake or down the Osage River with confidence after you learn each paddle stroke, also try paddle boating.

Log Rolling: Demonstrate grace and balance, as you stand on a log in thigh-deep water. Make a cool splash, as you advance your skills. The log is weighted to accommodate the beginner or more advanced camper.

Maker space: Unleash your creativity as you work under the guidance of professional educators. Fostering do-it-yourself creation, engineering principles, spatial reasoning, coding concepts, and problem-solving skills bringing project ideas to life through experimentation and exploration.   

Nature & Fishing: Enjoy CedarS nature program while exploring our new trails and learning conservation practices. Hike over hills and streams to explore our Indian cave. See over 30 species of birds with binoculars. Catch crayfish and frogs or go fishing for your fair share of the 15,000 good-sized bass, sunfish and catfish stocked in Crown Lake decades ago!

Trips: Off-camp excursions include: Big Surf Waterpark in the first week, and a one-day outdoor adventure trip (float, fish, cave and rock climb, or pack) and overnight campout, in the second week.

Trampoline: Bounce safely and happily with all the skills you learn and develop on our outdoor tramps.

Sports: Daily improve your skills in basketball, tennis, soccer, volleyball, and wrestling with the help of experienced player/coaches committed to helping you excel.

Campcrafts: Help build one-match campfires and cook well and safely outdoors. Camp out, too.

Evening Activities: Campfire cookouts with s’more roasting, play capture-the-flag and kick-the-can, join in all-camp activities like a Square and Rock Dance, Talent Show, Hymn Sing, Testimony Meetings, Luau hosted by the Girls' Camp, Campfire hosted by the Boys' Camp and Field Night.

Watersliding, Rope Swinging, & Much More: Join in drama activities, play foosball or ping pong, play volleyball and ga-ga, zip over or into the lake using our new zipline or go water-sliding on our "100-Yard Splash" waterslide.

Meal Choices: If you don't care for pizza, chicken nuggets, tacos, hamburgers, hot dogs, grilled cheese, spaghetti, or whatever else is served, you can always fill up at our yummy fruit, salad, or sandwich bars offered at most lunches and dinners or our oatmeal, egg and cereal bar offered at most breakfasts.

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