California Riding Academy - Camp Jumps For Joy!


Welcome to our second location in Pacifica! We are convenient to upper-peninsula cities and San Francisco and your highest-quality option in the area. Our days are structured for optimal exposure to our horses and ponies, while assuring the campers understand safety protocols. As an award-winning competitive barn, your child will receive a solid foundation in proper riding technique in a fun and creative environment. What they will learn.

  • Basic Horsemanship: leading, grooming and tacking-up their horse.
  • Barn safety and basic horse-health management.
  • Horse behavior: how to understand what your horse is saying.
  • Proper mounting and dismounting.
  • How to hold the reins and sit on a horse properly.
  • Progressing to two-point and learning to post the trot.
  • Obstacle practice and bareback day 

We also cover different riding disciplines, breeds, colors and parts of the horse.

More advanced riders welcome and instructed accordingly, riding groups are divided by age and ability.

Additional Information

Gender Coed

Minimum Age 5

Maximum Age 15

Camp Dates Week long starting June 10th, 2019. Last camp starts August 12th, 2019.

Camp Cities Pacifica

Year Established 2008

Camp Capacity 24

Cost Per Week $649-$989


650 Cape Breton Drive
Pacifica, California 94044
United States

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  • California Riding Academy has been servicing the Silicon Valley for more than 10 years.
  • Our second location in Pacifica opens this experience to the upper-peninsula cities and San Francisco.
  • We are excited to provide our top-notch service like no other in this new location.
  • Our award-winning competitive team provides excellence in all areas of horsemanship, you can expect only the best when choosing our camps.
  • Our horses and ponies are well-trained and cared for, we hope to see you this summer!
  • Check out our website for easy online registration and payment.

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