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ORME RANCH CAMP

ORME RANCH CAMP

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What we're all about...

Safe- Fun- Challenging - ORME RANCH CAMP: "Ride the Best in the West!" This oasis-like setting is nestled within a 26,000 acre working cattle ranch only 1 hour North of Phoenix (a lot cooler!). Amazing features include modern health center, dorm-like bunkhouses, extensive equestrian facilities, Olympic pool, athletic fields, gymnasium, beautiful dining hall (unlike any other), art studios, and much more! Primarily a horsemanship camp, if your camper has never been on a horse, they'll learn to groom, saddle and ride from the 'hoof up'.If your camper already rides, they'll improve their skills with fun choices like roping, barrel racing, pole bending, jumping, & more! Our well trained guides take campers over hundred of scenic trails - some of the west's last remaining vistas.Regardless of your child's riding level or interest, our CHA certified instructors offersuperior instruction in both Western and English riding disciplines.Weekly field trips find our campers exploring Montezuma's Castle, cheering at the Frontier's Days Rodeo & Parade, and visiting historic Jerome or Flagstaff.Optional academics (through The Orme School of Arizona) are also available while still enjoying the fun of summer.

ORME RANCH CAMP
ORME RANCH CAMP
ORME RANCH CAMP
ORME RANCH CAMP
ORME RANCH CAMP

Contact us

Orme Ranch Camp

Tim or Susie Magill

(928) 632-1751

(928) 632-7605

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Our camp address

ORME RANCH CAMP

HC 63 Box 3040

Orme

AZ

86333

Founded:

Type:

Overnight

Age Range:

Campers:

Coed

Lodging:

2 bedroom / 1 bathroom shared bunkhouses

Capacity:

200

Accreditation

ACA

What we offer...

Activities

Adventure Programs, Camping Skills, Ceramics/Pottery, Horseback/English, Horseback/Western, Lacrosse, Outdoor Skills, Rappelling/Climbing, Sailing, Swim Instruction, Swim Recreation, Tennis, Touring, Tripping,

Cost & Sessions

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Camp Q&A

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