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Summer Camp Activities

Our vast range of programs and activities makes Circle Square Ranch appealing to children and teens. We encourage campers to try new and exciting activities that are challenging and fun. Exploring the beautiful outdoors with friends are a part of each fun-filled day at camp. Through high energy and interactive campfire times, daily cabin devotions and the example of our staff, campers will have the opportunity to discover what the Bible has to say about Jesus and our relationship with God. Campers participate in a variety of instructional and recreational activities based on their preferences.


  • Archery
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Basketball
  • Bible Studies
  • Campfires
  • Canoeing
  • Frisbee Golf
  • Hiking Trails
  • Horse Science (theory & practical)
  • Horseback Riding: Pleasure Riding

  • Obstacle Course
  • Orienteering
  • Pellet Rifle Range (ages 12+ only)
  • Sports & Wide Games
  • Swimming
  • Theme Meals
  • Trampolines
  • Wall Climbing

Please note that the availability of these activities may not be available at all camp sessions.

Camp Information


Detailed information will be sent with confirmation of your camp registration.

The information package includes camp specific drop-off and pick-up times, a packing list, and other important information you will need for your child’s week of camp.

If you do not see an answer to your question, check our FAQ page or contact us. We are more than happy to help!


Horsemanship Program


Pathway campers ride for one hour each day and learn the basics of horseback riding and horse handling. Among other things, they will learn to mount, walk, stop, and turn safely and correctly.

Western Town campers will get to experience one hour a day of fun trail or arena activities all suited to their personal riding level. After the beginning day to determine each camper’s riding experience, they will be divided into groups and taught horsemanship skills to further them in the stage they are in. Fun games, horsemanship obstacle course, and rodeo events are just some of the possibilities for campers to enjoy – once they are able to demonstrate safe and controlled horse handling. Campers will also get one hour a week of in class “horse sense” teaching gauged to their personal prior horse knowledge. Practical horse instruction is given throughout all riding sessions as well.