Horsemanship Camp

If your child loves horses, they’ll love BOBBIN HOLLOW!

Making summer great since 1960

camp bobbin hollowMake 2023 a summer to remember…

Bobbin Hollow has been helping young horselovers to enjoy and appreciate our four-legged friends for almost 60 years. Now we’re putting Camp Bobbin Hollow back on the schedule!


The perfect activity for horse crazy kids!

High Stepper

We’ll be offering two limited Camp Sessions for kids 6 & up!

  • Monday-Friday

  • 8:30am – 12:00pm

  • $325/week (or $75/day)

  • Boots/helmet rental – $20/week (if you don’t already have your own)

Weekly activities will include riding lessons, driving lessons, grooming, horse care and nutrition, as well as arts and crafts.

Camp Bobbin HollowSpace is limited, so complete and submit your Camp Application soon. Session dates are:

  • Session 1 – June 26-30
  • Session 2 – July 24-28 

Upon receipt of your completed application and payment, we will email/mail you a Camper Information packet with more information and forms to complete to bring with you on your first day of camp. If you have any additional questions, please call us at 352-591-1033 or use the Contact Us form at the bottom of this page.

Camp Bobbin Hollow through the years

At right are some of our favorite memories from Camp Bobbin Hollow over the last almost 60 years. 

Just an elderly camper here. I was with you in 1966 & 1967. Horses were never out of my life because of your top-notch program. There has never been anything but Morgans for me. UVM Virgil became mine in 1994 and died in my arms 20 years later. I owe you so much. Riding at Bobbin Hollow improved my technique 10 fold and I cleaned up at the county and state fairs in NYS. My first Morgan was Twilight Archie—he was Lippitt breeding—my wonder horse. A son of Easter Twilight, kind, smart and a character and both my little girls had their first ride from him. I had him his whole life. I have an Animal Science from SUNY at Cobleskill and have been a certified veterinary technician for 35 years. I’m retired now and both Morgans are waiting for me at the Rainbow Bridge. My granddaughter is a talented equestrian now with her Quarter Horses and she is the 4th generation rider in our family.
– Carolyn Clarkson

Let’s RIDE!

What are you waiting for? Let's get started chasing your equestrian dreams.




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