Camp Horse Country

  at Horse Country Farm, Granite Falls, Washington

Welcome . . . . .

Howdy Partner!

Tonka and Amy, Arizona and Emily and Sage with Celine

Come to Camp Horse Country this year for a "ridin' good time!" 

We're waiting to meet you.  Got carrots?




“A ridin’ good time since 1977!”


Daily horseback riding – from 2 to 5 hours a day in the saddle. We ride in the arenas, in the corrals and on the trails.  Length of riding time depends on the camp program you choose.


Ground School – Learn to groom and saddle and how to handle a horse on the ground, including cleaning the hooves.


Horse Care – Learn to feed, how to clean tack, clean stalls, and take horses to their paddocks or pastures.


Games and Horsy Activities – on the ground and in the saddle.


Horse-Shoeing Demonstration - our kid-friendly horseshoer welcomes your questions.


Friday Horse Show with ribbons, trophies and awards.


Safe and positive environment.


Friendship circles, team-building activities and barn buddies.


Small classes - limited enrollment.

Interested in more information about our camp program? Fill out the form on the contact page and we'll be in touch!

Come on out to our wonderful 113 acre ranch.  The natural forests and meadows, the Pilchuck River, the Cascade foothills, and the rustic charm of our ranch create an atmosphere of "days gone by".  Enjoy becoming a cowgirl or cowboy for a week. 
We feature
  • Outdoor Riding Arenas and Corrals
  • Indoor Riding Arena
  • Riding Trails
  • Gentle, sweet horses who love carrots 
  • Before and After Camp Care 
  • Easy drive from Everett, Marysville, Lynnwood, Seattle & Bellevue.


Need transportation to Camp Horse Country?  Give us a call.  We will be happy to help arrange a carpool from your area for the session your child plans to attend.

Did you have fun at camp this summer? Then come ride your favorite Camp Horse Country horse on Saturday or Sunday -  lessons, trail rides, games on horseback and lots of horsy activities. One day is only $109.00 + helmet rental. Call for a reservation. This is a horse-available program and some restrictions apply.

How is your essay?

It's time to start writing an essay so you can win a session of Old West Day Camp.

Write, Write, Write so you can Ride, Ride, Ride! Check out the rules on the Essay Page. Remember you'll need carrots every day for your favorite horse.

Bring some carrots and come visit your favorite camp horse. Plan to enter the Essay Contest 2014 ~ we start accepting entries January 1st, 2014.  
Write to Ride! 

Mark Sunday, May 4th, 2014 on your calendar. From 1 to 4 PM, it's our day camp OPEN HOUSE. Grab some carrots and we'll see you there!

Remember to call and make a reservation to enjoy a trail ride, take a lesson or have a pony ride. This is the perfect time to choose your session and register for Summer Day Camp 2014.