I want to start off by saying this is not the worst place in the world, but pretty close to it. I went there for a summer camp in 08. Though it was very inexpensive, (only $150 for five days and three hours a day) it had very diry stables, the people there were not very nice, and, though i always saw food and hay in the area, there was never any in the stalls. After we went on trail rides i would volenteer to get the horses some water but every day i got the same responce, they got some this morning. THE TRAIL RIDES WERE MORE THAN AN HOUR LONG!!! HOW COULD THEY NOT BE THIRSTY? They also had very limited facilities, for example, if you had to use the bathroom, THEY DIDN'T HAVE ONE they told us if we had to go, go in one of the stalls! Also, they were not a very safe place. THe girl i was put with in camp was very young and agitated the horses. Of course the volenteers said it was fine, as long as no one was getting hurt. Well, that,'no one's getting hurt' was incorrect on the last day when i was riding bare-back and the little girl was shouting so loud at a duck walking by that my horse, the sweet old Dallas, bucked me off. When i asked to get back on they said no because I had scared Dallas. ME! The good parts of this expirience was,one, Amy. She was very nice and supportive. Also, the trails were fun, although they needed to be cleaned. My advise to any parent who wants to sighn there kid up is, don't. My advise to any adult who wants to sighn up, don't. My addvise to anyone that works at this stables and is reading this, I hope you can find another job because, unless you can take better care of these animals, including the cats who were skinny and dirty, you are going to get everything taken away from you. I hope this gives some helpful information to some peole.
Cons: Most everything else