December 2016 | Canít Wait for Christmas Camp at Brownstone Farm!
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Canít Wait for Christmas Camp at Brownstone Farm!

December 2016

Brownstone Farm is hosting a Christmas Camp for all ages on December 28, 2016. Participants will learn how to handle a horse, pony, or mini on the ground as well as on their backs. First come first served. Sign up early to assure a spot! Camp will be held from eleven in the morning until two in the afternoon with a light lunch provided. Donít worry about the weather... the indoor riding arena will keep everyone toasty and dry! Cost for the camp is $45.

Brownstone Farm is a 33-acre horse facility located Lititz, Lancaster County with three barns and amenities for world-class riders to retirees to beginning students. They offer a variety of services including horse boarding, riding lessons, and horse and pony camps. The farm is also surrounded by over 5,000 acres of scenic state game land trails, which makes for an enjoyable afternoon trail ride!

The Brownstone Farm staff brings its customers 32 years of experience in showing horses and instructing both English and Western riding. Students range from four years old to senior citizens, from beginners to experts, and from horse owners to non-horse owners. They have also achieved top honors in the show ring on a 4-H, Open, State, National and World level. Girls can earn their Girl Scout Horseback Riding badge, and boys can earn their Boy Scouts of American Horsemanship Merit badge at this facility.

Gift certificates for English or Western lessons make the perfect gift! Owners Bob and Natalie Unger have dedicated their lives to building and developing Brownstone Farm into the lively hub of equestrian life that it is today. To sign up for the Christmas camp or to inquire about riding lessons or boarding, call Natalie at (717) 606-4060. Feel free to browse their picture gallery at