Namanu Ranch Camp is a horse lover’s paradise. Our riding instructors assign campers to individual horses and teach horsemanship skills and safety practices. Campers live near the horses in open-air cabins. In addition to working with the horses, Ranch campers may participate in some main camp activities, possibly including: archery, swimming, the climbing tower, high & low ropes elements, arts & crafts, and outdoor living skills.
The Standard Ranch program (for campers entering 6th – 11th grades) is designed for the beginning rider.
The Extended Ranch program (for campers entering 7th-12 grades) is perfect for the intermediate rider. Ranch staff will conduct a riding evaluation of the campers upon their arrival to determine which riding group is most appropriate for each camper. Our program is designed for beginner to lower intermediate riders and it is the exception, not the norm, for our campers to canter during their stay.
All Ranch campers learn equestrian basics, including care, feeding, mounting, dismounting, saddling, grooming, tacking, and riding. Campers can expect to ride both in the arena and on beautiful, wooded trails!
Co-Ed Ranch | Standard Sessions (Sunday – Friday) | Sessions 1, 2 – $630
Cowgirls Ranch (girls only) | Standard Sessions (Sunday – Friday) | Sessions 5, 6, 7 – $630
Co-Ed Ranch | Extended Session (Sunday – 2nd Friday) | Session 3/4 – $920
Our Ranch site is a separate location from main camp. The campers will live, ride and enjoy activities in a smaller community. Ranch campers do most of their programming in this space away from the hustle and bustle of main camp.