FAQs

Day Camp, Overnight Camp, Girl Scout & Boy Scout, or Junior Counselor, Student or CIT Program

Where are you located? 

  • We are 3 miles outside Walburg, North of Georgetown.  IF you have registered for camp, look at your receipt their will be a link to the map and also “What to Bring to Camp”.

What to Bring To Camp Or how find our location:

  • If you have registered for camp, look at the email that was sent to you after you registered.  There is a link that goes to all the forms & any additional information needed for each camp.  If you are unable find the link please email us and we will send it to you. 
  • Do Not Bring to Camp: cell phones, electronics, candy, gum, their personal money, expensive jewelry, costly cameras, expensive clothing.  The camp is not responsible for items lost, left or damaged.  We recommend that campers leave all valuables at home as they are not needed at camp.
  • Campers are not allowed to have electronics with WiFi capability, as they create distractions as well as interfere with the development of communication skills. Older iPods and MP3 music players will be permitted for campers to listen to music. We do allow campers to listen to personal music at rest hour and bedtime (i.e., only in the bunkhouse).

DROP OFF & Pick up Time for Overnight Camp

Day Camp:  Drop off Time:
Pick up Time:
Overnight Camp:  

Balance Due:  When is my balance due for camp?  

  • Balance due for camps TBA.
  • Balance due for Overnight Camps TBA.
  • If we do not receive payment by deadline than we can no longer hold your child spot.   (link to make final payment is listed bottom of this page “Can I pay online?”)

Does my child have to have any experience?

  • No experience necessary for our Day Camps, our activities are tailored to meet each camper’s level of comfort, experience, and abilities.  Our riding groups are small to ensure the safety of all students and to be able to meet their individual needs.

What are the requirements for camp?

  • Proper riding boots and long jeans to be able to ride horses
  • Helmets are required for ages 18 and under unless parent signs a helmet release form.  We do provide helmets or you are welcome to bring your own.
  • Must have waiver form signed before student is able to ride.

What to expect?

  • Each camp is planned for each age group and experiences.  Campers will learn horsemanship skills that are tailored to meet each camper’s level of comfort, experience and ability.   Campers will ride every day, learn about safety and caring of horses and participate in arts and crafts daily.  Swimming is only for overnight campers.
  • Safety is very important here at M&M Ranch.  It is imperative that campers obey instructions and behave in a responsible manner at all times.  Our lessons horses are well-trained and have been trained in natural horsemanship method.  Wranglers are CPR certified.  We are a Christian and family-friendly environment.

Can I bring my own horse?

  • Campers are welcome to bring their own horse.  We do require them to be very broke, gentle, no stallions, proof of Coggins and health certificate.  If you live far away we would need a video of your child riding her horse.  If you live in the area we may require  private lesson with our instructor before we agree to have your horse here at camp. (Additional fee for boarding, payment due on arrival)

Do you teach adults? 

  • Yes we do, but we do have a 175 lb weight limit.

Can I pay on-line?  How do I enroll for camp?