At Black River Farm and Ranch, campers are immersed in a world where the love for horses and the joy of outdoor adventures merge. Each day begins with a visit to the pasture, a serene moment of bonding as they groom and saddle their horse. Riding through the sunlit fields and along wooded trails, campers experience the beauty of nature from horseback. This equestrian journey is just the start of a day filled with varied and engaging activities. Post-ride, campers can leap into fun on trampolines, enjoy picnics at the Outback, and try their hand at activities like tennis and camp crafts.
The adventure at Black River Farm and Ranch extends beyond the stables. Campers have the unique opportunity to boat on the tranquil Lake Lorely, and for those who adore animals, there’s the heartwarming experience of bottle feeding calves and baby goats. Culinary delights await with farm-fresh food, and relaxation is found in the beautifully designed, horse-head-shaped heated pool. As night falls, the bunkhouse comes alive with chatter and laughter, fostering friendships and creating lifelong memories. Hikes along the river bank offer a peaceful retreat into nature. Black River Farm and Ranch is more than a camp; it’s a place where young hearts connect with animals, nature, and each other, creating an enchanting summer experience.
Blog posts by Abby Barber, Noah Naftulin, Josh Naftulin, and Kiana Kim