Kimberly Farms - North Bennington Vermont - Information, Reviews, Ratings
Categories > Nature/Wilderness
Email this to a friend Email this page  Printer friendly format Printer friendly


Kimberly Farms

0 Stars based on 1 reviews (review)

Camp Directors - Update this Listing

Camp Location: North Bennington, Vermont, United States
Ages: 5 to 17 years old
Gender: Female
Camp type:Day and Overnight
Session dates:
Cost (range): $500 - $1,000 a week
Contact Person:
Phone: 802-442-5454
Fax:
Mailing Address:

Camp Website

Camp's Description

Horsemanship Camps

  Send your child to savor summer in Vermont at our friendly, individualized horsemanship camp. We emphasize not just riding, but building a relationship with each horse. Our camps also encourage personal growth for each camper. Learning new skills and connecting with people and animals builds self esteem, and many of our students find horsemanship becomes a driving interest for many years. We limit the number of campers to preserve this individualized approach.

  Each week is packed with fun activities both on and off the horses. At Kimberly Farms, campers ride every day, and take off-site field trips to interesting places. Riding lessons, horse care, nature walks, flashlight tag, and a late-night cookout all add to the fun, but the best part of the experience is sharing laughs and making lifelong friends. We offer both day and overnight horsemanship camp to kids of all ages and every level of riding ability, including the first-time beginner.

Camper Info:

  • Bring a friend or sibling receive a discount!
  • We welcome campers age 3 to adult!
  • We suggest children 3-5 enroll in the morning-only program.
  • All day campers should bring a lunch and a beverage.
  • Before and after care is available.
  • Additional private riding lessons are available to campers.

Camp Reviews     Write an online review for Kimberly FarmsWrite a review


Showing 1 to 1 of 1 reviews.    | 1 |
worst camp ever May 30, 2011
Reviewer: Friendly from
0 of 0 people found this review helpful

I went here in 2009, so I hope it's change at least a little. This was the wost camp I have ever been too. The horses looked underfed, there was 1 toilet for 16 girls (and a porter potty when that broke), the food sucked and was disgustingly fatty (My friend and I came home to find we had both gained 10 pounds), the washing of dishes was totally unsanitary (I came home to find I had mono), there was nothing to do after riding so all the girls just sat around in the cabin, the owner was unhospitable and never spoke to the campers, the single riding instructor was a religous nut that got mad if you said "oh my god". Don't waste your money here. There are plenty of better places to go.
Was this review helpful to you?   (Report this review)

Showing 1 to 1 of 1 reviews.     | 1 |