- $350 for a one-week summer horseback-riding program (a $475 value)
The first camp beings June 22 and the last camp ends August 28. Classes take place Monday–Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
A barn, a large 120'x200' indoor arena, two outdoor rings, custom-made jumps, and grass pastures. Baymar Farms' facilities obviously require a lot of space, and they have it—the training center sprawls over 30 pastoral acres. Since 1970, aspiring equestrians have turned to Baymar Farms for lessons in both English- and Western-style riding. Trainers teach private lessons, group lessons, and summer riding programs for riders of all ages.