2650 Judes Ferry rd Powhatan, VA 23139
804-598-1543

Summer Camps

Course

Summer Programs

Summer Programs – Ages 5 through 13

Come join us for our summer programs!

Scheduled weeks start:

  • Week of June 24th
  • Week of July 15th
  • Week of August 19th

Camp Activities

During the camps, participants of all skill levels (from beginner to advanced) learn horse care, do crafts, and practice horseback riding twice a day.

Program Details
Program Time Fee
Half Day 9:00AM to 12:00PM

or 12:00PM-5:00PM

  $250
Full Week 9:00AM to 5:00PM    $400

Students spend plenty of time in the saddle, enjoying crafts and other activities. Our mascot Clementine, everyone’s favorite little pot belly pig, will show you around for a good time! Please email mvtlessons@gmail.com

 

"Neil has been riding with Mesa Vista since September '05...I can't believe it's been 4 years! .... Neil is a 7 and a half year old boy with beautiful blue eyes, strawberry blonde hair, a terrific smile and a goofy sense of humor. He also happens to have Down Syndrom, an autism spectrum disorder and sensory processing challenges. ... Since Neil's been riding, his therapists at school and in private practice ... have remarked on how much his core muscle tone and strength has improved.........

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neil
Angelastudent

"Derik has been diagnosed with ADHD, Asperger's and Sensory Processing Disorder. Riding is starting to increase his stamina and ability to do something for more than a few minutes. His self-confidence has increased and his ability to interact with other people. MVT has also been a great place to practice his social skills."

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AndreaStudent

"Wyatt will never be a loud person and riding is helping him develop strong self-esteem along with a voice. We saw progress from the first lesson and he continues to develop every time he has a riding lesson. For example, learning the 'click' for 'let's go' seems so simple, but it took encouragement for him to develop confidence in his voice to do it. There is nothing better for building self-esteem than sitting alone on top of a horse with the confidence to click 'let's go'."

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DarleneStudent