Even though it has been a kid's camp since the 1960s, Rawhide Ranch's grounds could have come right out of the Wild West or the Crazy East during that one weekend of lawless rebellion. In between nights spent sleeping in a teepee, a calvary outpost tent, or covered wagon, campers drive horse buggies around the ranch and show off their riding skills inside the Gene Autry Horse Show Arena. Counselors teach campers how to care for the horses (and other animals) at EZ Stock Farms.
The ranch also has a swimming pool, water slide, climbing wall, and areas for laser tag, archery, and riflery where kids are taught by certified instructors in a safe and friendly environment. Evenings include fun games, team-building, campfires, and sing-alongs, while every Friday culminates in a wild west barbecue and horse show where campers display their new skills for their families.