Los Altos Hills – Fremont Hills Country Club

2024 Summer Camp Dates & Info

Windy Hill Junior Counselor Camp (ages 11-15)
This camp is available each week Tuesday-Friday, 8:30-5:00. You can do a half or full day.
• Strengthen leadership skills while participating in the daily operations of Windy Hill.
• Responsibilities include: camper check in, working with campers, horse care, and learning to lead activities.
• We will support your child in becoming a skilled leader and valuable teammate.
• During non-camp hours your child will learn about running and organizing the show and lesson barns while gaining valuable horse and life skills.
• Leads to priority hiring status for paid positions in camp at age 16.

June 11- 14
June 18-21
June 25-28
July 9-12
July 23-26
July 30 – August 1

Horse Play!
We will learn horsemanship while having fun with our horses at this camp! Each week will have a different theme and have a different craft. We will play lots of games on and off our horses, including relay races and bareback day! This camp is open to riders of any level age 8 and up. If your child is currently a student but younger than 8 and would like to participate, please contact Laura M.
FHCC Members: $550
Non-Members: $600

Jump For Joy!

Join us for our popular jumping camp! In this camp we will study different jumping disciplines and course design, we will make new jumps and “freshen up” our old ones, learn how to prepare the horses in proper show turn out, and of course ride and jump all week! We will end the week with our own “horse show”. This camp is open to riders that have already started jumping.
FHCC Members: $700
Non-Members: $750

Sessions (Tuesday-Friday from 1:00-5:00):
1) June 11-14  Horse Play
2) June 18-21  Horse Play
3) June 25-28 Jump For Joy
4) July 9-12 Horse Play
5) July 23-26 Horse Play
6) July 30-August 1 Jump For Joy

Click here for 2024 Horsemanship Camp Registration

For questions or further information, please contact Laura Morishige:
408-582-3932   [email protected]

Camp Experience Includes

  • Riding at appropriate level
  • Grooming and tack up skills
  • Proper mounting and dismounting
  • Anatomy of the horse
  • Horse psychology
  • Presentation by veterinarians, farriers, and equine dentist
  • Different breeds of horses
  • Team building exercises