Celebrate Summer Time at Whispering Pines!
We have 2 Camp Options:
1. Horse Camp
2. Lil Farmer Camp- see below
Horse Camp Information
This is a week long camp that runs each day from 9 am-12 noon. The cost is $200 per week. Riders are grouped according to skill level, so you are able to sign up for multiple weeks. Each week your rider attends camp, they will advance to the next skill level. If you sign up for the Life on the Farm camp, campers can bring a lunch and stay through for the next camp. The dates available have an asterisk.
Camp Times: 9 am - 12 noon
Cost: $200 per week
Ages: 5 and up
- June 11-15*
- June 18-22*
- July 9-13*
- July 16-20*
* Life on the Farm Camp available.
Join us for Summer Horse Camp and learn all about horses and their care through a focus on core values such as diligence, hard work and compassion.
Riders are divided into groups by age and ability. Students will learn safety rules for working around the horses, grooming, saddling, bridling and riding skills. We will spend a little time each day doing some fun chores around the other farm animals. Cuddling baby goats and lambs are highlights, collecting eggs from the chicken coop is an adventure for the kids and the hens! We have a snack time each day.
They will have an opportunity to shop in the farm store and purchase a healthy fresh snack!
Sign up now! Space is Limited.
Currently, we have openings in each camp-
reserve your spot today by sending in your check along with Camp registration form located on the Forms page!
make checks payable and mail to Whispering Pines
206 Adams Mill rd. Mauldin, SC 29662
text- 864-360-3222- quickest
or call 864-288-7458
Our 2nd Camp Option:
Lil Farmer Camps- Experience Life on the Farm
Life on the Farm Camp Information
This camp is open to any age but children 5 years old or younger must be accompanied by an adult/parent. This camp runs from 1:00 pm-2:30 pm. The fee is $50 per week or $15 per day.
Each day we will learn about some of the animal groups to include- Horses, Cows, Goats, Sheep, Barn cats, Guardian dogs, Herding dogs, and our feathered friends- chickens, ducks and quail! So much to learn and do!!! Every animal has a purpose, personality and a design. Hopefully, the kids will experience this personally as we work with and around the critters! Our goal is to teach the kids to take good care of animals, be kind, diligent, hard workers, learn about farming and how they can be helpful! These are some of the Life principles learned on the Farm. I hope everyone will come join us-Sharing Life Together on The Farm!!
- June 11-15
- June 18-22
- July 9-13
- July 16-20
Items to bring for all camps:
- LABEL EVERYTHING with your name.
- Extra shirt
- Hand sanitizer
- Camera - optional
- Water bottle
- Money for drinks and farm store snacks- optional
- LUNCH - required if you are staying for Extended Day and Farm camp in the afternoon