Horse-lovers rejoice: CFA offers several options for horseback riding and learning opportunities throughout the year. Our Certified Horsemanship Association instructor hosts riding lessons for children as young as preschool age through adulthood. Another option for riders is a short group trail ride through our beautiful Hill Country setting; bring your family, friends, or coworkers for a leisurely wander on horseback. Girl Scout troops can also work to earn their horseback riding badges through a morning of hands-on learning on and off a horse.Contact our Equestrian Director at [email protected]
for more information, including scheduling and pricing.
Summer isn't the only time that campers can attend camp! Every January we host Rekindle, a weekend retreat for campers and counselors to come out to CFA in the winter. You get to participate in typical camp activities, enjoy some modified winter activities, and rekindle the camp spirit with all of your friends!
Arrival: All participants are asked to arrive between 6-7pm on Friday.
Dinner is not served; please eat prior to arrival. If you need to arrive later, please call us to make arrangements.Departure: The retreat ends at 11 am on Sunday. All participants must be picked up no later than 11:30 am. Lunch is not served.
To register, click HERE!
Registration Opens January 1, 2020Accommodations:
Each registration includes two nights of lodging. Each cabin sleeps 12 participants (6 bunk beds), has A/C and a full bathroom. There must be at least one (1) adult per cabin. Families will share a cabin with another family unless they have paid the additional fee to provide exclusive use of one cabin. Meals:
Each registration includes 4 meals: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner on Saturday and Breakfast on Sunday
Families will experience traditional camp activities such as Archery, Arts, & Crafts, Hiking, Boating, and our 100-ft Wet Willie water slide (weather -permitting) and learn some of our favorite camp songs at a Campfire Sing-Along w/S'mores!
Horseback riding is available for an extra fee of $15 per person. If you elect to participate in horseback riding during your visit to camp, you will join other families for an hour-long horse experience led by our knowledgeable and capable wrangler staff. Children ages 7 and up are able to steer their own horse on the ride, while children ages 3-6 will need to be led by a parent/guardian. All horseback riders must be under 250lbs.
6:30 - 8:00PM Friday Evening
11:00AM - Sunday Morning
$85 per person for Y Member
$95 per person for Non-Members
With an optional +$50 per family to guarantee exclusive use of cabin.