About our camp

Enjoy one of the best all-horse camps in the Austin area.  Camps are staffed with qualified adult instructors.  The program leader has over 30 years of riding and instruction experience.  Small enrollment ensures more personalized instruction in a positive learning environment.

  • English or Western lessons
  • Girls and Boys — ages 6 and up
  • First-time riders welcome
  • Maximum 12 campers per week
  • Adult supervision and instruction
  • Covered riding arena 
  • Van transportation from Austin
  • 9:00 am-4:00 pm
How to register for camps
Download registration form here. 
Registration not accepted without a deposit or payment in full.

A confirmation letter will be e-mailed upon receipt of registration form and deposit or full payment.  Tuition does not include meals, snacks or drinks.

Paying by Check

Fill out registration form and mail in a deposit ($100) or pay in full ($350). 

Paying electronically
E-mail registration form and pay with PayPal.

*Additional charge for using PayPal.

Select a camp rate

2017 Camps 9:00 am-4:00 pm

If your school holiday is not listed, call me so we can have a camp day. 

Day Camps--$60

January 2, 3, 4, 16, 17
February 6, 7, 20
March 13-17
April 14
May 22, 26
September 4
October 9
November 10, 20, 21, 22, 24
December 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 
December 26, 27, 28, 29
2018 January 2, 3, 15, 16

Summer Camps--$350
(Includes a T-shirt and Key Chain)

*June 1-2
June 5-9 (Full)
June 12-16 (Full)
June 19-23 (Full)
June 26-30 (Full)
July 3-7
July 10-14 (Full)
July 17-21 (Full)
July 24-28 (Full) 
July 31- Aug 4 (Full)
August 7-11 (Full)
*August 14-18 (4 spaces available)
*available by the day ($70)

Free van transportation available

Northwest:  Container Store (Hwy 183/Loop 360). Pick-up/drop-off — 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Central:  Jerry's Artarama (6010 N IH 35)
Pick-up/drop-off — 8:45 am-4:15 pm

Take home memories
T-Shirt $15, Key Chain $5
2017 Camp T-Shirts and Key Chains are included in the week-long summer day camps. Use "Buy Now" button above to purchase separately or purchase at the Farm.

What to bring to camp
Lunch, snacks, water jug, dress according to the weather, long or short sleeve shirts (no tank tops)  jeans/long pants (to ride in)(no pocket bling), shorts (to change into for non-riding activities, optional), hair bands to keep the hair out of your face (low ponytails), sunscreen, cap/hat for additional sun protection, closed-toe shoes/low-heel boots (no inside zippers) and carrots for your new horse buddy.

Camp activities
Campers learn responsibility for the daily care, grooming and well-being of the horses. Campers receive riding lessons daily, along with lessons on veterinary care and safety.
On Wednesdays, we take a field trip to the Elgin Vet Hospital. On Thursdays, we go swimming at Lake Pflugerville Park (summer only).

We send out notices and specials for upcoming camps.  If you would like to be put on our e-mail list, send an e-mail to email@suncrestfarm.net with 'camp specials' in the subject line.