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Alpine Farms Summer Camp is geared to children 7 years & older. Each child will learn the skills of horsemanship and English riding. They will gain organizational skills, self-confidence and discipline - 
all while enjoying the daily pace of barn life!

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Summer Camp Information

Alpine Farms Summer Camp runs Monday thru Friday from 9:00am to 2:00pm. The Camp Rates per child are:

One Week - $525

Multi-Week Discount - $500/week

Summer 2019 Camp Dates:

July 8-12

July 15-19

July 22-26

July 29 - Aug 2


  • Safety

  • How to Halter & Lead a Horse

  • Grooming

  • How to Saddle/Bridle

  • English Riding Fundamentals

  • How to Bathe a Horse

  • How to Water/Feed

  • What a Farrier does

  • Anatomy & Terminology of a Horse


  • Breeches or tight fitting jeans

  • Boots with heel

  • Backpack with lunch, snack, & water-bottle

WHAT ALPINE FARMS SUPPLIES - Horse, all tack & safety helmet (if you do not have your own)


Please Submit Both the Registration Form & Liability Waiver

Alpine Farms Camp Registration Form

Please Indicate the Week(s) You Would Like To Attend

1st Choice
2nd Choice
3rd Choice

Emergency Contact - Please Provide Two (2) Names & Phone Numbers

I,                                             , hereby authorize Alpine Farms to secure medical services for                                            (my child) if necessary.

(If YES, please discuss with us)

Please Mail Full Payment to:

Alpine Farms / Camp Registration

2182 Homestead Trail

Long Lake, MN 55356

Thanks for Choosing Alpine Farms!

Agreement For Release & Waiver of Liability

I fully understand that being around horses and horseback riding (which includes riding over fences, other obstacles, and sometimes rough terrain) are very dangerous activities. I wish to participate in these activities knowing they are dangerous. I accept and assume all the risks of injury (including death) to me or my property.

In exchange for being permitted to participate in these activities, for myself, my heirs, guardians, and legal representatives. I release and agree not to make or bring any claim of any kind against Alpine Farms, or its owners, volunteers, officers, directors, members, employees, or guests or any landowners, landholders or other persons making property available for Alpine Farms, for any injury (including death), to me or any damage to my property whether from anyone's negligence or not or any other cause, arising out of my participation in these dangerous horseback riding, day camp or related activities.

I also agree if anymore makes any claims because of any injury to me (including death), or for any damage to my property, I will keep all of those released by this agreement free of any damages or costs because of those claims.


Under Minnesota Law, the sponsor(s) of this livestock activity are not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant, or spectator in an unauthorized area, resulting form the inherent risks of livestock activities pursuant to Minnesota Stat. 604A.12.

Inherent risk of livestock activities means the dangers or risks arising from the propensity of livestock to behave in unpredictable ways, including, but not listed to, 

kicking, biting, spooking, and rearing in response to sound, sudden movement, unfamiliar objects, persons, and other animals.

Electronic Signature of Guardian / Participant:

We would love to know how you found us!

Thank You For Riding At Alpine Farms!

"Warning: Under Minnesota law, an equine sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to, or the death of, a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities."

604A.12 Livestock activities: immunity from liability 

Subdivision 1. Definitions. (a) For purposes of this section, the following terms have the meanings given them.

(b) "Inherent risks of livestock activities" means dangers or conditions that are an integral part of livestock activities, including:

(1) the propensity of livestock to behave in ways that may result in death or injury to persons on or around them, such as kicking, biting, or bucking:

(2) the unpredictability of livestock's reaction to things like sound, sudden movement, unfamiliar objects, persons, or other animals;

(3) natural hazards such as surface or subsurface conditions; or

(4) collisions with other livestock or objects.

(c) "Livestock" means cattle, sheep, swine, horses, ponies, donkeys, mules, hinges, goats, buffalo, Llamas, or poultry.

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