Frequently Asked Questions
We are happy to answer any questions you may have! Below you will find the most popular ones. If you can't find your question, submit your question in the form on the right! You can also download the entire FAQ document here.
What Do I Pack?
Based on a five day camp:
- Rain gear & gloves
- Canteen or water bottle
- 1 pair riding boots & Sturdy runners or Hikers
- 2 pair jeans or sturdy pants
- 1 or 2 warm long-sleeved shirts
- T-shirts (4-5)
- 1 wool sweater or hooded sweatshirt
- Light windbreaker
- Hat or warm headgear
- Bathing suit
- 6 pairs of socks (1/2 to be wool)
- Warm sleeping bag or 2 thinner ones
- Self inflating insulator pad or thin foam pad (1/2” foam)
- Personal effects, sunscreen, toothbrush, soap, towel, etc.
- Insect repellant
- ~ $15.00- $45.00 for camp shirt
*Pack trips - In addition please bring long underwear and two extra pairs of wools socks. Pack trip participants personal items have a weight restriction of 25 lbs.*
What not to bring:
Please do not bring things like phones, iPods, or expensive/cherished items that may be lost or broken(i.e. journals, jewelry, etc.). We would like our campers not to be worried about items being in danger of damage while at camp.
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How Do We Get There?
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General Camps may or may not have equine related activities, these camps, unless specified otherwise will meet you where your riding abilities are at and help you gain new skills. Whether you've never been on a horse before or you ride daily, we have horses to suit each rider.
How much riding experience do I need to be on a pack trip?
Campers will be expected to saddle their own horses and be comfortable riding for up to 8 hours. The day rides we do include going up and down steep terrain. Campers will need to be ready to live in the wilderness which includes going to the bathroom outside, helping with chores like harvesting firewood and setting up camp.
Is there internet access?
No. There is no internet access for campers at any of our locations. There is also no cell phone service available, so plan on being "offline" for the duration of your stay! We promise, it's a good thing!
We don't attend church; will we feel out of place? Will my child feel pressured to believe in your faith?
Many of our campers do not attend church, a fact which we take into consideration when we plan our programs and camps. No camper will forced or coerced into making any decision at camp. We do our best to include each camper and strive for an inclusive, loving environment in which each person feels accepted and appreciated.
Do you provide subsidies and/or sponsorships for campers who can't afford to come?
We do not want camp fees to keep someone from attending our camps. We only have a certain number of sponsorships available each summer. If you are in need of financial assistance to come to camp or send your child please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Cancellation Policy is as follows:
Before May 1, 100% refund.
Before June 1, $100 a non-refundable deposit is withheld.
After June 1, no refund will be given in the event of
Credit on File:
In the event of a cancellation after June 1 and we have not been able to fill it with another camper, the non-refundable amount will be held by BBWC for one year as a credit towards a future booking.
Cancellation by BBWC:
In the event of a cancellation of a booking by BBWC a full refund will be given to those who have registered paid a deposit or any amount of the balance owing.
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