|June 20-23||Day Camp Only||Limited Space Available|
|June 27-30||Day and Overnight Camps||Limited Space Available|
|July 4-7||Day Camp Only||Limited Space Available|
|July 11-14||Day and Overnight Camps||Extremely Limited Space Available|
|July 18-21||Day and Overnight Camps||Extremely Limited Space Available|
|August 7-10||Day Camp Only||Waitlist Space Available|
|August 15-18||Day and Overnight Camps||Waitlist Space Available|
|August 22-25||Day and Overnight Camps||Extremely Limited Space Available|
|Camps fill up fast. Contact camp director Lee Ann Hagen at 518-224-0209 or fill out the contact form. Waitlist available for full camps.|
For our combination camps, you can sign up for just the day camp portion OR sign up for the day and overnight camp.
Our summer camps book up fast so while the calendar above may show that we have open spots, the number of openings may be different by the time you call. The best thing to do is to call right away to make sure your favorite date is available and make your reservation.
If the specific camp you want to attend is full, you can ask to be put on our waitlist. If we have a cancellation, we'll call you and let you know about the opening so you can book the spot.
Located in rural Issaquah WA, Deerfield Farm is just minutes away from I-90 so it's convenient for any students in Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah or Snoqualmie to attend one of our camps.
Price for Day Camp is $560
Price for Overnight Camp is $785
Day camp runs 9am-3pm with early drop-off and late pick-up available for $10/hour.
Deerfield Farm welcomes kids ages 6 and older of all abilities to participate in our amazing horse camps! We are committed to our students having a great time while gaining skills in mindfulness, leadership, riding and horse care!
Interested campers should call Lee Ann Hagen our camp director at 518-224-0209 or fill out our contact form.
Day Campers will have a structured riding lesson in the morning and do a daily horse activity each day after lunch. Students will learn to properly and safely care for their horses. Day camp will begin at 9 am and end at 3 pm daily. Students in day camp will need to bring their own lunch, riding helmet and riding boots.
Overnight Campers will have a fun-filled week that begins at 9 am on the first day of camp. They will spend 3 nights here at the farm. We will ride daily and have other horse activities during the first half of our day. Overnight campers will practice gratitude at each meal they eat at the farm and will learn leadership skills through fun and interactive games.
Don’t forget to pack a fun or wacky costume for our Dress-Up Dinner night! The evenings at Deerfield are never quite the same- each camp brings a different experience and different energy to our overnighter’s camp!
All campers will start their day in the yoga studio learning basic yoga poses, mindfulness and stillness before interacting with the horses. This practice allows our students to experience creating a calm energy so that they stay safe in the barn and create a stronger connection with the horses.
Deerfield Farm has been making a difference in young people's lives in Seattle and the Eastside, including Redmond, Bellevue, Issaquah, Snoqualmie and North Bend for over 40 years.
Children don't need to belong to the Deerfield riding program or be a current horseback riding student to attend one of our camps.
We welcome any and all children who are interested in riding horses, nature and having fun.
The Deerfield Farm staff is excited about our camps and we look forward to horsing around with all the camp kids! We hope you'll join us in our camps.
Deerfield Farm has been the subject of many National magazine articles proclaiming our program as one of the best in the United States.
Our goal is to touch the lives of young people interested in finding the life skills needed to become responsible, compassionate and grateful individuals through the activities offered at Deerfield Farm.
The Deerfield program has shown me the true meaning of mindfulness and focus. The staff and my teammates push me to be all that I can be every single day, which I am so grateful for. Every time I walk through the green gate, I know that I am at a home away from home surrounded by people who love me and see my magnificence even when I don't see it myself.
One of the biggest things the program has opened my eyes to is that I can be a leader not only at the barn, but in my community as well. I am so thankful to my parents for letting me be a part of this life changing barn.