September — May
Wednesday to Friday
Contact the camp registrar Rebecca Seidl (see below) Mon-Fri, 9:00-5:30 to check on available dates for your school group.
A 10% Non-Refundable Deposit will be due within one month of scheduling. The deposit is based on your estimated number of students + teachers/chaperones and is applied toward your total balance.
The final balance and confirmed number of students + teachers/chaperones will be due one month prior to your arrival date.
Min. age requirement 7 years old.
Cost for 2015: $196 per person
Cost for 2016: $205 per person
We offer a discounted rate for adults; 1 teacher at 1/2 price PLUS 1 adult for every 10 children also 1/2 price.
- Arrival – 11:30 am on Wednesday (bring sack lunches).
- Departure – After BBQ Lunch on Friday (12:30-1:00pm).
Accommodates youth groups with a min. of 25 people as well as youth groups of up to 100 people (max of 88 children). Program includes a 2 night stay at the ranch with 6 meals, classes in animal and horse science, vaulting (gymnastics on horseback), riding instruction, animal care time, plus evening activities, campfire and much more.
Adults Do Not Ride
Girls/Female Chaperones and Boys/Male Chaperones are divided up into separate housing areas. Final group size determines cabin assignment. Cabins are outfitted with wooden bunk beds/covered mattresses and overhead lighting. The modern shower/restroom facilities are located immediately adjacent to the housing areas.
*The group’s reservation must be made under the auspices of a sponsoring organization (i.e. School, Church, YMCA, etc.) who must provide the necessary Certificate of Liability insurance paperwork.
Call or Email for Availability
To Make a Reservation:
Contact: Rebecca Seidl, Rawhide Ranch Registrar
Call: (760) 758-0083 Ext.103
Liability Release forms required for all children & adults attending (parent/guardian to sign for minors). Signed release forms must be turned in upon arrival. Liability Release forms will be emailed to the school 1 to 3 months prior to the arrival date, to be printed by the school and passed out to each participant and adult chaperone.