Horses are known for their beauty, which is why so many of them are the spokesmen for makeup companies. Interact with something pretty with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $200 for one week of Unplug Your Kid horseback-riding summer camp for one child ($400 value)
- $400 for one week of Unplug Your Kid horseback-riding summer camp for two children ($800 value)
Monday–Friday camp sessions, held 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., are scheduled on the following dates:
- June 16–20
- June 23–27
- July 7–11
- July 14–18
- July 28–August 1
- August 4–8
- August 11–15
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All campers should bring their own lunch with drink and snacks to each session. The camp provides water and ensures there are enough breaks throughout the day. For an additional $10, campers may partake in Pizza Friday or rock a camp t-shirt. Aftercare is also available from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for an additional fee; care is not available on Wednesdays.
C2 It, LLC
At C2 It, LLC, horses are the helpers. Since 2007, the facility has offered equine-assisted therapies to individuals with multiple sclerosis, autism, Down Syndrome, and many other conditions. A pair of highly qualified professionals oversees these programs, including Caroline Jaffee, who is nationally certified through the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International.
The facility's human staff joins forces with therapeutic horses, each of which goes through extensive training and must present a squeaky-clean criminal record before joining the C2 It team. Once on the relaxed, secluded property, the well-tempered steeds serve as both physical and mental therapists, helping special-needs visitors increase their strength, improve their motor skills, and build personal relationships.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Even though the kids don't ride horses every day our daughter still had a great week at camp!”
“My child had a great time HOWEVER, it should not be advertised as a horseback riding camp as there is relatively little riding done. Someone who went the week before...”
“My child had a great time HOWEVER, it should not be advertised as a horseback riding camp as there is relatively little riding done. Someone who went the week before had informed us of this so I had prepared my child for this. ”