Participants will spend a portion of their day on our working ranch learning horse care and riding techniques. Each will be given their own horse to ride and care for under the close supervision of our staff. Lessons, ring work, trail rides, games and special events will fill your week. Riding lessons will take place "in the ring" and "on the trail" to help the camper learn the ways of a horse and develop confidence and riding skills. There is also ample time to enjoy all the other activities at Anokijig.
This program is for younger campers who want to spend their time with our horses. Just as with the Ranch program, these campers will get to go on trail-rides, play games, and learn how to take care of these beautiful animals. Circle-A is held in the afternoons, so these campers will get to attend morning skill periods, too!
Have you ever watched one of the dozens of Survivor-like shows on the air and said, “I could do that!” Now is your chance! “Barrel Boat Building”, “Human Foosball”, “Fire hose Lanyards”, and “4-Way Tug-O-War”, are just a few of the events that have thrilled Adventure Challenge Campers in the past. Any of these and more awaits your arrival. If you crave excitement, and are ready to be challenged both mentally and physically, you won’t be disappointed.
Plus, when not on a challenge, you can enjoy the activities of Resident Camp.