*In our experience, we have found that electronics are a distraction at camp. If there is an issue where you need to get a hold of your camper, call our office. If there is an issue where your camper needs to get a hold of you, our camp leadership will oversee their conversation with our office phones. Also, we will be taking pictures all week and will post them on our website. If you have any questions about this issue, please call our office 760-742-3400.
Horse Camp What to Bring
Boots with a ½ inch heel and very little tread
ASTM/SEI Certified Riding helmet less than 5 yrs. old (OPTIONAL: We have helmets campers can use)
Flip flops or sandals
Flat soled, semi-flexible, closed-toed shoes for vaulting (ballet flats or Toms work well)
Jacket and/or Sweatshirt
Jeans/Pants for riding
Stretchy pants for vaulting, such as leggings, yoga pants, running pants, or breeches
One piece swim suit
Sleeping bag/bedding and pillow
Bath towel and pool towel
Toiletries (soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, toothpaste)
FORMS: Medication Form (if your camper has medications)
Bible, pens, paper, envelopes, stamps
Bug spray and Sunscreen
Camera (not cell phone)
Money for gift shop
THEME NIGHT: Fair Maidens & Warrior Princesses
Come dressed as your favorite maiden or princess - be sure you can move swiftly in your clothes!
Please Note: In order to respect others at camp and to encourage modesty, we ask that all shorts be at least mid-thigh in length and all tank tops have at least a two inch strap and cover bras completely. If you are purchasing new boots, plan on wearing them a couple of weeks before camp to avoid blisters and sore feet. Please mark all articles brought to camp and try to avoid bringing expensive items.
PALOMAR CHRISTIAN CONFERENCE CENTER