Director Jud's Blog

SMA to Attend the Acton Camp Fair: Horseback Riding Teen Camp

Posted by Jud Millar

Thu, Jan 23, 2020

Camp Director and Owner Jud Millar will represent Stone Mountain Adventures at the Acton Camp Fair.  This will be the 27th year that the and it is sponsored by the Merriam Parent Teacher Organization (PTO).  The Thursday, January
23rd, 2020 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. at the Parker Damon Building, home to both Merriam and McCarthy-Towne Schools.  According to the Action Summer Camp Fair Committee "The camp fair committee strives to ensure attendance from diverse, prospective campers and their parents."

What: The Acton Camp Fare

When: Thursday, January 23 from 5 to 9pm

Where: The Parker Damon Building in Acton Massachusetts

Continue Reading

Topics: Teen Horseback Riding Summer Camp, camp fiar, horseback riding summer camps, Acton Camp Fair

Pam Hayes-Houldin + Horsepower featured in Hope in the Saddle Video!

Posted by Jud Millar

Fri, Nov 2, 2018

In February of 2018 one of Pam's prized horses was selected by Hope in the Saddle as the Therapy Horse of the year!  

Selected from more than 120 entries, Ebony was chosen as the grand-prize winner of the contest. Ebony (along with her human friend, Pam Hayes-Houldin) received a one-year supply of Nutrena feed, a $250 Tractor Supply Co. Gift Card, Hope in the Saddle gear and a commemorative trophy.  In addition a film crew traveled to Horsepower Farm from Boulder, Colorado to shoot the following video: 

Continue Reading

Topics: horseback riding summer camps

How To Choose Horseback Riding Summer Camps

Posted by Jud Millar

Wed, Feb 1, 2017

How to Choose Horseback Riding Summer Camps  

If you have a child who loves to ride horses then having them attend a summer camp can be a
great to spend part of their summer. Whether your child is a beginner or an experienced rider there is a horseback riding summer camp out there for them. For kids who are inexperienced but excited to learn, attending a horseback riding camp is a fantastic way for them to:

  • Hang out with kids who love horses
  • Learn horse-care and barn safety in a controlled environment
  • Gain horseback riding skills and experiences
  • Discover whether riding horses is something they want to do more of when they return home

For experienced riders who already take lessons at home and may even lease or own a horse, attending an equestrian summer camp gives them the opportunity to:

  • Be where they want to be - in the barn around horses everyday
  • Spend time with other campers who are passionate about riding horses
  • Take small group or individual riding lessons everyday
  • Be mentored by knowledgeable horseback riding instructors who are great role models

Continue Reading

Topics: overnight horseback riding camp, Guide to choosing a horseback riding summer camp, overnight horseback riding summer camp, horseback riding summer camps

About Director Jud's Blog

This blog will give you the "411" about everything that is Stone Mountain Adventures Teen Summer Camp!  Everything from "Summer Updates" to useful family and camp resources.  Check it out! 

Subscribe to Email Updates

Recent Posts

Posts by Topic

see all