Summer 2020 Remaining Camps

2020 Schedule



(subject to change and open to requests)

Remaining camps:  I will take special requests on the cancelled weeks

June 22-26 (5 Day Camp)  $300.00 Two openings

July 6-8 (3 Day Camp)  $180.00 Cancelled

July 9-10 (2 Day Camp)  $120.00 1 opening


July 14-16  (3 Day Camp) $180.00 Cancelled

July 20-24  (5 Day Camp)  $300.00 Cancelled

July 27-31  (5 Day Camp)  $300.00  Three Openings

August 5-7 (3 Day Camp)  $180.00 FULL and Closed



Horse Camps Summer 2020

Horse Camps at Prairie School Road Farm 2020

Will Happen.

We will take extra precautions.

I believe Covid 19 is real and serious.

We have a maximum of 8 people on a 5 day and fewer on 3 and 2 day camps.

Campers and staff will disinfect themselves throughout the day.

Equipment will be disinfected at the end of the day.

So, please give us a call



or email

to set up a visit and schedule your child for a fun and educational summer activity.




2020 Horse Camps are now Open

God willing we will be having horse camps this summer.  Please email to reserve your spot asap.

Horse Camps 2019

OPEN HOUSE:  May 5 1-5

Find out what horse camp is all about.  Meet the staff.  Meet the horses.  Investigate the equipment.  Sign Up while there are still openings.  Email us to let us know you are coming.

Schedule 2019

Safe Horse Fun at

PSR Farm

Our Camp schedule for 2019 is now available .  Use the menu above the logo.  Go to horse camps.  Scroll down to schedule.  We look forward to a spectacular summer.


Horse Camps Summer 2018

Camps are Filling

Don’t Miss Out

More proof you can’t find a better horse camp



Schedule 2018

Check out the 2018 Schedule.  Dates are filling fast.  Don’t get left out.

2017 Schedule

The 2017 Schedule is Now Up and Running


Both the Registration and Liability forms must be turned in for Registration to be Complete.

If you don’t see what you are looking for here, Give us a call.


June 20-24:  5 openings for horse camp

Be a part of the horsey fun.  We have openings for a five day camp.  Campers do everything from bareback riding to English to Western.  You learn everything from grooming, tacking and basic horsemanship.  We will be taking trail rides on over 220 acres of forest and fields.  Horse show for family and friends on Friday evening.  Located less than one hour from southwest St. Louis.

The Hole!

Sand; where it belongs.

The weather has been very warm for early February.  The daffodils on the south facing slope are coming up.  Not a good thing.  No matter what the weather, our thoughts are definitely turning to spring and getting to ride more.  We ordered sand for the upper arena quite some time ago.  They finally were able to come last Friday.  The ground was nice and frozen in the morning but things warmed up quickly.  The big ol’ truck was guided into the arena along the south facing slope.  The thinking was that the slope had dried out.  Life lesson number 3,731 or so.  The truck just sunk, not slowly, just all at once.  So, the sand was emptied right there.  There was no other choice.  Big blue pulled him out.  The next load went through the packed barn lot.  Much better results.  The poor driver was definitely gun shy by then.  He only brought 2 of the 4 loads ordered.  Gary spent the next several hours moving sand from the hill to the arena and spreading the two delivered loads.  We now have half of an arena in terrific shape.  The weather was so amazing on Saturday we put that half to good use.  No telling when the other two loads will show.