Girls Riding Camp is one of the most unique outdoor experiences Redberry has to offer. This camp is designed for girls ages 11-16 who have a passion for riding horses, a love for the great outdoors, and some riding experience. It is an intensive week of riding and skill development, from the basics to more refined techniques of riding, under the direction of well trained wranglers. Throughout the week there will be trail rides that over look some of Saskatchewan’s most beautiful scenery, gymkhana events, and specialty clinics.  In addition to horsemanship, the week includes some typical camp activities such as swimming, campfire/chapel, crafts, and tuck time. Make sure to check out the What to Expect page for a list of what to bring to camp. Riding Camps are very popular and fill up extremely quickly as there are only 15 spots for campers each session, so make sure to register early!

Riding Camp prices & dates for the 2020 camp season are subject to change, and will be updated before registration opens.

Beginner Riding Camp

During this exciting week at Riding camp, campers (ages 11-14) will learn the basics of horse care and some foundational riding skills.  Beginner Riding Camp participants should have had some exposure with horses prior to camp.

  • June 28-July 3, 2020

Intermediate Riding Camp

Get ready for a fun-filled week where you will build friendships, sing campfire songs, learn new skills at the barn and go on trail ride adventures.  Intermediate Riding Campers (ages 12-15) should have solid basic riding skills and be very comfortable handling horses both from the ground and while riding.

Advanced RIDING CAMP

Advanced Riding Camp (Ages 13-16) is designed for riders who have a fair amount of riding experience and want to further their skills and grow in a camp environment.  Rider's should be very comfortable with horses and regularly ride.

  • July 19-24, 2020

Drop-Off/Registration - is at 4 PM on the Sunday your Riding Camp begins.  

Pick-Up/Closing Program - is at 12 PM on the Friday that your Riding Camp ends.  All parents are welcome to join the Riding Camp campers and staff for lunch at noon and then watch the closing program put on by the campers, at 1 PM.

Bringing your own horse is allowed, but you must let the camp know ahead of time. Horses that are brought to camp must be fully vaccinated (all core vaccines, 3-way and West Nile), and cannot be sickly (runny nose/eyes, etc.). Horse owners must provide their own feed for the week, and bring their own brushes. If you have any questions please contact our office directly. If you bring your own horse you will receive a discount of $70 off your camp fee.