Summer Camp 2015
It's time to sign up for Little Bit's inclusive Summer Camps! If you have any questions about any week of camp,
or call 425-882-1554.
If you are a current volunteer interested in helping with our Summer Camps, please contact
. To learn more about becoming a Little Bit volunteer, click here.
Reserve your spot in Summer Camp today!
Download a Summer Camp brochure.
July 13-16 Traditional Camp Ages 8-14
July 20-23 Games Camp Ages 5-7
July 27-30 Horseshow Camp Ages 10 & up
August 3-6 Traditional Camp Ages 5-7
August 10-13 Western Camp Ages 8-14
August 17-20 Traditional Camp Ages 5-10
$400/4 day week, Mon-Thurs 9 am to 1 pm
Campers should be able to use the bathroom and feed themselves independently, as well as meet the minimum eligibility requirements for Adaptive Riding classes at Little Bit. Additional eligibility criteria listed in each camp description. For specific questions regarding eligibility please call(425) 882-1554 or email.
Riders who have not previously participated at Little Bit will need to be assessed by a Little Bit instructor. The assessment fee is $75 and can be scheduled by calling 425-882-1554.
At the assessment the instructor will determine the appropriate riding level, how much support the rider will need and what camper group would be the best fit. The assessment will include working in the barn, riding and time to chat.
Learn the basics of riding a horse. We’ll focus on starting, stopping and steering. Riders will practice these skills with activities and games in the arena. Depending on the weather, there’ll be a relaxing ride on the Little Bit Trail! Off-the-horse activities include learning how to care for a horse, games, and arts and crafts.
Try your hand at Western riding. Riders will practice basic skills in the arena by barrel racing, pole bending and doing obstacle courses. The week will end with a trail ride. Off-the-horse activities include western-themed games and activities like roping, hay bale rolling, panning for gold and tossing horseshoes.
Are you ready for a ton of fun? Review and practice your horse skills by playing games in the arena. Egg and spoon races, costume relays and musical horses are just a few of the possibilities. Off-the-horse activities include more games and learning more about handling horses from the ground.
It’s time to show off! Experience the fun and excitement of riding in a show. Riders will work on skills in the arena with their assigned horse. Off-the-horse activities include learning how to prepare their horse for a show: bathing, braiding and cleaning tack are just a few of the options. Show your stuff at the end of the week in a mini horse show that friends and family are welcome to attend!
Summer Camps are open to:
Riders on our waitlist
Current riders' siblings
Riders without disabilities
Anyone who loves horses!