Frequently Asked Questions
We are 3 miles outside Walburg, North of Georgetown. After you registered for camp, look at your receipt their will be a link to the map and also “What to Bring to Camp”.
Payment for current M&M Ranch students. Balance due for scout or other events pay here.
Those with their own horse we do recommend more then one week.
Please contact us, if you are interested. If you do not have your own horse and interested let us know.
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.
Overnight Camp requires some previous experience. We recommend if you live in the area to have your daughter do our Day Camp first or have her take lessons. If you have more questions or need more information you can contact us.
Yes, enrollments for camps will not be posted till 2018.
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.
Overnight Camp: Mornings are spent with the horses and experienced Wrangler staff. Afternoons and evenings will include several other activities when not caring for horses. Field trips are included: Example water parks, vet clinic or horse care facility. Even have a barn dance at the ranch too!
Swimming is only for overnight campers.
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.
Campers are encouraged to come to camp well-rested, hydrated and in good health. While at camp, successful campers adhere to age-appropriate bedtimes, drink plenty of water, and eat enough nutritious foods to maintain their energy and stamina. NO candy, food, gum allowed. We recommend to not bring personal money, expensive jewelry, costly cameras, expensive clothing. Any money for the outings will be turned during check in.
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.
Safety is very important here at M&M Ranch. It is imperative that campers follow 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, Counselors/all staff are CPR & First Aide certified. We do background checks and reference checks with all staff. We are a Christian and family-friendly environment.
We want our campers to break away from their regular routine and focus on the activities that they are here to do. We don’t want them to be distracted with the texting, video games or video uses that often come along with cell phones.
Campers should not bring cell phones, laptop computers, video games, or video/DVD players to camp. When campers carry any of these items for travel to and from camp, we will collect and store the items during the session and return them for their return home.
Older iPods and MP3 music players (with No WiFi capability) 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).
Yes we do, but we do have a 175 lb weight limit.
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