Come ride with us ….

If you have a child who adores horses and would love hands-on experience with our equine friends, this summer camp will be a dream come true. Butler Show Horses invites you to attend our annual summer camp of 2018 to learn about horses, how to ride and life on the farm. It’s an AWESOME experience!!


Click here: Registration Form


2018 Summer Camp Dates

July 2 – 6
July 9 – 13 **PLUS Package available for this week
July 16 – 20
August 20 – 24  

Pricing per week

Regular week $339.00 HST Included
**PLUS Package is $500.00 HST Included. To be eligible for this package the rider must participate in a lesson prior to that camp week. The package includes –  your own horse for the week and three trail rides in the Copeland Forest.


Summer camp is offered to children between the ages of 5 – 14 years.


Summer camp hours of operation are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.
For more information please call 705-828-0685 or 705-835-3307.
You can also email us at –


Riding Lessons

Learning the basic fundamentals of riding are the stepping stones to a confident rider. We have a fantastic horseback riding program featuring English and Western Pleasure riding that is designed to develop and enhance good horsemanship skills. Each day at camp is packed full of activities geared towards horses and young riders. Campers are grouped accordingly to their riding ability and level of experience where they participate daily in riding lessons. Campers will also learn about horse anatomy, proper health care, along with hands-on stable management.
To lighten things up, your child will participate in a variety of fun-filled games, crafts and activities making for a very full day! The days spent at Butler Show Horses riding camp provide opportunities for fostering independence, lifelong friendships and experiences creating childhood memories forever.


Daily activities include 

*riding for an hour daily
*theory and stable management

Camp Counsellors

Butler Show Horse camp counsellors are experienced riders and camp instructors who have spent many years in the equine field. They work hard to teach children about the joy of horses in a safe environment.