CAMPS FOR EQUESTRIANS AND FUTURE LEADERS

NOTE: As you know, our priority is always the health and safety of our campers. As we begin to plan for Summer 2022, we are still determining which COVID-19 Protocols will be implemented for the summer. However after many conversations with our CEO, Senior Administration and our staff Frost Valley has made the decision that all eligible overnight and day campers (ages 5 and up) and staff will be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to attend camp this summer. Learn more about this requirement and stay tuned to our 2022 COVID-19 FAQ page for more information. We will be working with the New York State Department of Health, CDC, and American Camp Association to stay updated. To see what we did last summer, please look at our 2021 COVID-19 FAQ page

View 2022 Summer Camp Catalog


 
 

You can also register by downloading the fillable Registration Form from our Forms page and email the completed form to campregistration@frostvalley.org Please make sure you rename the file when you save it so that it will save the information you fill out.

 

Frost Valley YMCA is home to four special Summer Horse Camps: Mustang Village (for girls in grades 2-5, ages 7-10), Durango Village (for boys in grades 4-8, ages 9-13) both  located at our Main Camp and East Valley Ranch, (for girls in grades 5+, ages 10+) just twelve miles away in a serene and secluded valley unto itself, and Horse Trails, (for boys & girls in grades 8+, ages 13+). All of our programs are dedicated to providing the opportunity for developing equestrians to become more confident in their abilities and comfortable within a community of riders as, together, they develop lasting friendships while learning the fundamentals of riding and horse care. From the beginning rider to the advanced, campers grow leaps and bounds during their sessions, gaining confidence, independence, and leadership skills. The Equestrian Staff is comprised of experienced horse lovers from all over the world eager to share their knowledge with campers. The facilities have over eighty exceptional horses, each of the separate facilities have a large barn, multiple riding arenas, and acres of open fields leading to miles of trails. This program is accredited by the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) and upholds the highest safety standards.