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Camp Chef

Like to cook? In this session you will learn to cook delicious meals over a campfire and how to use a propane stove.  We'll include pie irons, dutch ovens, a solar oven and, of course, you will eat everything you make.  Not to worry, there will be time to cool off in the pool, relax, ride horses and do arts and crafts.

Take Aim

Are you eager to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow?  This is the "aim" of this fun-filled week as you take the archer's stance, aim, shoot and hit the bull's eye?  Each day you will spend time at the archery range improving your skills and then at the end of the week, there will be a shoot off challenge.  Time will be scheduled for swimming, horseback riding and arts and crafts.

Horses, Horses, Horses

This is the first step in the Stevens Ranch CHA (Certified Horsemanship Association) based series of sessions. Visit the barn daily (weather permitting) and learn to groom a horse, basic horse care, tack basics and basic riding skills.

Completion of Horses, Horses, Horses is a pre-requisite for Horse Fan.

Eat, Sleep and Craft

Enjoy a week of classic camp crafts when you're not eating or sleeping, including ceramics, leatherworking, pillowcase fashion, duct tape creations, and paracord jewelry making. You'll get to do other camp activities, too!

Climbing High

Do you love to rock climb and swing through the air OR want to find out what the thrill is all about?  Join us for a week of reaching new heights and challenging yourself.  You'll spend your days at the challenge course learning climbing skills, equipment care, and you'll have a chance to experience several of the elements at the course.  This is "challenge by choice" and you choose what you want to master!  There will also be horses, swimming and other camp activities to enjoy.

Geology Rocks

Are you curious about the structure of the planet Earth?  Do you know what a conglomerate is?   Then come to camp.  There's lots to explore in the Texas Panhandle and you can start at Camp Kiwanis.  We'll find lots of rocks, grow crystals, study the soil formations and include a field trip (weather permitting) to Palo Duro Canyon to see the Spanish Skits and more.

Trek Out

Get geared up to go tent camping at a nearby lake for two nights.  Enjoy cooking over a campfire or propane stove and watching the starts at night.  This group learns tent pitching, fire building, and plans menus before leaving for the lake.  Bring an old swimsuit and tennis shoes to wear in the lake.  A PFD will be provided for all lake swimming.  Horseback riding and crafts will be included in this session.  A bedroll with a twin sheet inside is a must for this trip.

Survivor

Come be a part of a team and challenge each other to greater heights of skills for surviving in the wilderness.  Girls will improve their basic camping skills, learn new ones and be able to depend on themselves in an emergency.  A trip to the primitive area of camp will put those skills into action.  Enjoy hiking, riding horses, swimming and experiencing the challenge course.

Saddle Up I

Are you crazy about horses and gotta ride every day?  This session is for you!  This group will follow the Certified Horsemanship Association (CHA) program as they learn to groom, saddle, feed, and assist with corral management.  Saddle Up girls will start at the crack of dawn for their first ride of the day and in the evenings will ride off into the sunset.  Occasionally weather interferes with daily rides.  Boots with a 1/2 inch heel are required.  Cool dips in the pool are a must and other activities are included.           

 

Take Aim

Are you eager to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow?  This is the "aim" of this fun-filled week as you take the archer's stance, aim, shoot and hit the bull's eye.  Each day you will spend time at the archery range improving your skills.  At the end of the week, there will be a shoot off challenge.  Time will be scheduled for swimminhg, horseback riding and arts and crafts.

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