Holiday Ranch recently wrapped up their June summer camp and now they’re looking forward to bringing in a new group of youngsters for their July 29 - Aug. 2 camp

This is the first time the ranch offers a summer camp opportunity to children.

“I enjoy teaching kids to turn their minds on and teaching them the mechanics of things,” said Ellen Mayberry, the woman who owns and operates the ranch.

She believes horse camp is a great way to cultivate leadership and problem-solving skills in a child’s thought process.

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