ABOUT GLEN GROVE SUMMER CAMP:
Glen Grove Equestrian Center's summer riding camp is held in weekly sessions from June 12 through August 11 at our facility located at 1181 Riverwoods Road in Lake Forest, Illinois.
Riders of any experience level, ages 7 - 13, are invited to join our summer riding camp.
Camp includes an hour of riding each day and general horsemanship lessons to learn how to care for the horses, groom, and tack.
Each morning and afternoon session will be limited to 12 riders. The tuition is $625 per weekly session and riders must supply their own riding attire.
You can find all clothing or safety gear that you'll need at our on-site store, Short Stirrups. Campers should have their own helmet. Helmets and riding boots purchased at our on-site store will be available at a special summer camp discount. We also carry equestrian clothing such as breeches, riding shirts, socks, gloves, and more. Additionally, campers should bring a water bottle every day.
2023 CAMP SCHEDULE
Monday - Friday
Register for either AM or PM.
Campers may register for multiple weeks,
but not both AM and PM sessions during the same week.
Morning session 8:30-11:30
Afternoon session 12:00-3:00
Week 1 June 12 – June 16
Week 2 June 19 – June 23
Week 3 June 26 – June 30
No camp week of July 4
Week 4 July 10 – July 14
Week 5 July 17 – July 21
Week 6 July 24 – July 28
Week 7 July 31 – August 4
Week 8 August 7 – August 11
Payment must be received to confirm enrollment.
2023 tuition is $625 per week. Full payment is due at registration.
Payments can be made via Zelle, check, or credit card.
Online application form in registration section below must be completed prior to payment submission.
Tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable.
There are no discounts for multiple weeks or multiple children.
How to pay:
Zelle: After you complete the online application form, we will be in touch to confirm availability for your preferred session date. If you wish to pay tuition via Zelle, we will provide account info at that time. Note camper’s name in memo.
To pay with a check, drop it off at our office at 1181 Riverwoods Road. Note camper’s name in memo.
To pay with a credit card, either visit our office in person or call us at (847)966-8032. If needed, leave a voicemail and we will return your call to confirm your credit card information. Note all credit card charges will incur an additional fee of 3%. If we already have a credit card on file for you, please let us know if you would like that card to be charged for camp tuition.
2023 registration is now closed. Summer 2024 application will open on February 14, 2024.
To be added to the lesson waiting list, please call our office.
Complete online camp application form.
Required of all applicants, even if registering in person or via phone.
Must include preferred session dates.
Enrollment is not finalized until we contact you to confirm session date, process payment and release of liability form has been received.
Make $625 payment via Zelle, check, or credit card.
Online application form (step 1) must be completed prior to payment submission. Once that has been received, we will contact you to complete registration and process payment.
Download and submit form with your signatures for payment authorization and release of liability.
This can be sent as a PDF (please not as a photo file) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at our office.
PAYMENT AUTHORIZATION &
RELEASE OF LIABILITY FORM
Return with your signatures and all information completed.
This two page form can be submitted either in person to our office
or via email as a PDF document (not a photo) to email@example.com.
We will follow CDC, state, and county guidelines for COVID-19.
Updated health and safety policies will be provided as protocols change, including but not limited to masking, vaccinations, and testing procedures.
Cancellations due to any illness, including COVID-19, will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
If a rider tests positive for COVID-19, you are required to notify us promptly.
Masking is optional unless necessitated by a positive test or updated government guidelines.
Hand sanitizer and hand washing with soap and water are always available.
Having only 12 campers each session gives us the ability to split larger groups and spread out campers to be socially distant. Fortunately, at this time of year the large barn doors are open which allows significant air flow.