2021 Camps will not be offered this summer

Twin Rivers will offer summer camps each week starting the week of July 13th till the end of August with COVID safety measures in place.

What can I expect at summer camp?

Learn to ride or improve your riding skills and learn all about horses/ponies.

  We invite campers of all different levels of ability to these week-long day camps.


Each camp will run Monday to Friday from 9am until till noon and each session will be broken into two categories and all camps will have no more than 3 riders:

1.   Riding Lessons

2.   Horse Care & Stable Management

Our camps are $380.00 each week.  

How do I register?

Download our camp form & waiver and either drop the form off together with a post dated cheque at the stable or mail to: Twin Rivers, 16250 – 48th Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3Z 1E8.


There are no refunds unless the spot is filled by another camp participant. Twin Rivers reserves the right to cancel the camp if no less than 3 students are registered per session and in this case, full refunds are available. For more information, please contact us at twinriversequestrian@gmail.com for the fastest response.


Beginner:  little or no riding experience. This level is for any camper who has not taken any riding lessons. Campers will be taught safety first, grooming, working around horses, proper leading, tacking and untacking. The riding lessons will include mounting, correct position on the horse, controlling the horse in walk and trot as well stable management. 

Intermediate: can walk, improving trot and learning to canter, but needs to improve riding skills. This level is for campers who have had formal riding lessons, can tack and untack, has good control of their horse in walk and trot and are working on their riding position, basic aides and learning to canter.   

Advanced Intermediate: can walk, trot and canter, started jumping cross poles, has had some formal instruction. Campers can expect to focus on increased control, cantering and two point position. Beginning basic jumping techniques.

Advanced: extensive previous experience and instruction, good form and control over fences. Campers who have formal instruction will continue to work on advanced riding and jumping techniques.


Beginners: we recommend paddock boots or boots with a walking heel of one inch minimum and breeches or long pants are required for all riding lessons.  Runners are not acceptable.  Riding helmets can be supplied by Twin Rivers but campers looking to continue riding are encouraged to purchase their own.

Advanced and Intermediate: paddock boots, half chaps and riding helmets are a must.

For those campers looking to purchase a starter riding kit, we recommend the Back to Lessons Package package from Greenhawk.  

Back to Lessons Package:

Package contains: Helmet, Crop, Breeches, Summer Riding Gloves, Paddock boots,  Half Chaps.

See www.greenhawk.com for further details.


No camper will be released to anyone other than their indicated parent or guardian unless Twin Rivers has been informed. All forms/waivers must be completed before the camp session so come a little early on the first day.


Management must be informed of all allergies or health issues in advance.