Saddle-Up with Jesus

Summer Camp at Hope Remains Ranch

This is the summer adventure you will talk about all year long! Hope Remains Ranch Summer Camp, Saddle-Up with Jesus, is a one-of-a-kind program where kids experience life on a ranch. This hands-on experience includes learning basic horsemanship skills such as grooming, daily horseback riding, games with miniature horses, finger painting with horses, hands-on horse care, and other horse-related adventures. Kids will enjoy the great outdoors, meet new friends, and develop lifelong skills. Our unique approach combines equine activities with Biblical teachings that help promote spiritual growth.

Ages: 5-12

Cost: $150/child/3 days (Monday – Wednesday)

Dates Offered: June 3-5; June 10-12; June 17-19; June 24-26

Times: 8:30AM – 11:30AM

Eligibility Requirements: Camp is open to the general public, and not considered to be therapy. Due to the nature of this activity, and for the safety of all our guests, children must be able and willing to follow directions, work/ride independently, and mount/dismount a horse with minimal assistance. For safety reasons, participants cannot have a history of seizures or sensory impairments. Hope Remains Ranch reserves the right to refuse participation to anyone if there are any concerns about the participant’s physical abilities or behavior issues. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to stay with my child?

A: No. Parents are required to drop off their children and leave. In fact, you don’t have to get out of your car. We will meet you in the drop-off/ pick-up line. This is for the safety of all children at the ranch and allows us to monitor who is on campus at all times.

Q: Does my child need to bring anything with him/her?

A: Yes, please pack and send a small bag with a packaged snack, spray sunscreen, towel, change of clothes, and a hat. Water is provided by the ranch.

Q: Is there anything my child should not bring to camp?

A: Items NOT allowed: cell phones, electronic devices, knives, matches, lighters, or anything that could be used as a weapon. If any of these items are brought to HRR, they must be given to the staff for safe keeping. If weapon-like items are brought to HRR, they will be taken away permanently.

Q: Will there be a camp store?

A: We will have Hope Remains Ranch merchandise and souvenirs for sale. If your child would like to shop in our store, please send spending money.

Q: What should my child wear?

A: Clothes will get dirty and/or damaged. Best clothes: t-shirts, blue jeans, and shorts to knees or below. Best footwear: boots or tennis shoes. If needed, please apply sunscreen to your child before he/she arrives at the ranch.
Clothing NOT allowed: baggy, spaghetti straps, tank tops, symbolic of gangs, drugs, vulgarity, shorts above the knee, toms, open toe/heal shoes.

Q: What is your refund policy?

A: Payment is due in full to register for summer camp at the ranch. Please double check your date when you register. Refunds will only be given if Hope Remains Ranch cancels the event.