Region 1 Programs Members
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Benefits of Program Membership:
Site Accreditation, promotion of your facility, insurance discounts, event discounts, clinic host site, advertising, job posting, listing on main and Region 1 websites, volume discounts business contacts and tax deduction.
Through collaboration with individuals, government, business and other recreational users of public land , BCHBC strives to preserve and enhance the use of public lands for all equestrians. Experience our beautiful BC trails by riding on safe, casual day rides or, for the more adventurous, learn the necessary skills to enjoy packing on extended trips into the wilderness. Members participate in educational clinics, day and overnight rides, trail days, and the "Leave No Trace" Program.
Learn: Whatever the question, another member is waiting to share their knowledge with you.
Find: new friends with a passion for trail riding
Make a difference: participate in work bees to help maintain and building trails in your area.
Contribute: Our members are involved with provincial and municipal governing agencies dealing with matters of concern to all trail riders.
Back Country Horseman of British Columbia
Maple Ridge, BC V4R 1C9 CANADA
Attn: Jack Breaks (250) 337-1818
Birch Bay Ranch
51505 Ranch Road 215
Sherwood Park, AB T8E 1H1 CANADA
Attn: Sharon Fraess (780) 922-2883
Butte Creek Scout Ranch is located 30 miles Southeast of Oregon City and 30 miles Northeast of Salem in the foothills of the Cascades. The property is approximately 640 acres, lying on both sides of Butte Creek. Butte Creek has both native cut throat and rainbow trout along with a small run of steel head. Fishing is allowed in accordance with Oregon State Fish & Wildlife game regulations. Program highlights include horseback riding, BB gun shooting, panning for gold, archery, and of course Cowboy Campfires. A very special Girls' Camp is also offered, for girls ages 8 through 13, with all the program activities that the boys enjoy, from horseback riding and gold panning to bb and archery.
Butte Creek Ranch
13462 S Butte Creek Road
Scotts Mills, OR 97375
Attn: Scott DePaolo (503) 873-3846
1411 SW Morrison St #300,
Portland, OR 97205
Janette Kunkel Primary (503) 319-6062
Camp Li-Wa is located in Fairbanks, Alaska and has an active equestrian facility, as well as the largest indoor heated arena in the interior. We run ranch camps through the summer, and horsemanship programs through the winter. We teach Western, English and have an IRD program as well. Our mission is to use the horses to reach out to our volunteers and community and show them the love of Jesus Christ. All of our staff at the barn is currently volunteer, and our instructors all certified with CHA.
590 Wigwam Way
Fairbanks, AK 99712
Attn: Brienne Bennett 907-712-4801
Our mission here at Canyonview Equestrian Center is to combine horses and horsemanship with the love of Christ through the inspired Word of God. We are committed to quality horsemanship at all levels by providing lessons. We invite you to see what all we have to offer and to escape to the Canyon for horses and Bible study.
Canyonview Equestrian Center
P.O. Box 128 / 13000 Finlay Road NE
Silverton, OR 97381
Attn: Tim Kirkpatrick (971) 239-1348
Dreamswept Mountain Resort is nestled in the Kettle River Range near Lake Roosevelt in Kettle Falls WA. We welcome clinics, Farm Stays and group retreats for all ages! Riding and Vaulting lessons available for all ages and ability levels. Come visit to breath the mountain air, enjoy the vistas, walk in nature and visit with our wonderful horses.
Dreamswept Mountain Resort
192C Jackknife Lookout Rd
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
Attn: Tamea Denault (509) 738-2077
Fiddlestix Ranch is the culmination of a horse-lover's dream. From a young age, the owner-operator, Sarah Kimmel, had a vision of a family-run ranch that would be dedicated to training horses and people together in a safe and nurturing environment.
With an emphasis on family experiences, Fiddlestix provides a variety of opportunities for family and friends to bond, learn, laugh and share, all while enjoying the magnificent beauty of the Oregon countryside. We offer both English and Western lessons, trail rides, birthday parties, summer camp, an apprentice program and OHSET/4-h leases and training.
16493 NE Major Lane
Yamhill, OR 91748
Attn: Sarah Kimmel (503) 662-3216
64460 Research Road
Bend, OR 97701
Attn: Therese Friedman (541) 389-4995
James Family Farm
900 SE Northway Road
Corbett, OR 97019
Located just north of Spokane's city center, JT Ranch is a CHA program member that actively trains and teaches quality horsemanship. Our mission and motto is "We develop people, as well as riders." JT Ranch offers lessons in English and Western, horsemanship and cattle clinics, summer camps, horse training, competitive vaulting team, horse lease, purchase, and sales.
24311 N Elk Chattaroy Rd
Chattaroy, WA 99003
Mary B Murphy Equestrian
1280 Lowden Gardena Road
Touchet, WA 99360
Mary Murphy (509) 540-6244
Miracle Ranch‘s western-themed property bring the thrills of the wild west right to you with a camp experience like no other! Our Horse Xtravaganza camps are perfect for campers who are horse wranglers at heart; but if you’d rather pass on saddling up, our traditional summer camps provide the archery, paintball, high ropes and waterfront fun you’ve come to expect.
Miracle Ranch prides itself on being a place where campers form new friendships, try new things and meet or grow closer to a God who loves them. Your new adventure awaits at Miracle Ranch!
15999 Sidney Road SW
Port Orchard, WA 98367
Attn: Katy Erickson (360) 621-7460
Morrow Ranch is a ranch camp and equestrian program located in north central Oregon. This horse focused part of Camp Morrow is here to provide quality programs for kids and adults that range in discipline and skill level. We use horses, cattle, and fun activities to teach history, and values based on biblical principles.
779551 Morrow Road
Wamic, OR 97065
Attn: Teddy Franke (541) 544-3580
Mountain View Summer Camp
PO Box 36
Hope, BC V0X 1L0 CANADA
Attn: Brian Wahl (604) 869-5386
Royal Ridges Retreat is a non-profit ministry of the Pacific Northwest District of the Evangelical Free Church. All our programs are intended to be non-denominational in design, scope and teaching.
We take very seriously the trust and responsibility you place in us by sending your child to our camp. Our goal is to provide a fun and safe experience for every camper who attends a Royal Ridges camp. Campers will learn new skills, meet new challenges, make life long friends, and learn about themselves in a positive, caring environment. We teach campers important biblical principles in the context of God's beautiful outdoors. Campers are welcomed at Royal Ridges without regard to race, color, or national origin.
Royal Ridges Horsemanship Camps
PO Box 3010
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Attn: Josh Tait (360) 686-3737
Solid Rock Ranch provides horsemanship instruction to the campers at Solid Rock Bible Camp. Located on 200 acres on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, Solid Rock Ranch offers both English and Western riding, instruction, trail rides, and a seasonal lesson program. We host a variety of clinics and events throughout the year and strive to make safe and effective horse education accessible to the youth of our community.
Solid Rock Ranch & Riding Center
Solid Rock Bible Camp
36251 Solid Rock Road #1
Soldotna, Alaska 99669
Attn: Courtney Procter
Timberline Ranch is a year round camp and conference centre that is fully accredited with the BC Camping Association and is a member of the Fellowship of Christian Camps in BC.
22351 - 144th avenue
Maple Ridge, BC V2X 7E7 CANADA
Attn: Lorraine Hoskyn (604) 880-8117
Victory Bible Camp
64741 S. Victory Road
Sutton, AK 99674-8205
Warm Beach Camp’s Horsemanship Program shares the love and truth of God through horses, riding, and horsemanship instruction. We offer english and western riding lessons, summer camps, vaulting lessons, adaptive vaulting and horse assisted learning sessions. Our goals are that participants grow in their spiritual and personal life as well as their riding disciplines. Horses and horsemanship teach an abundance of life lessons that build maturity in participants. Safety and responsible horse handling are central to everything that goes on in the program. Staff undergo careful training to align safety practice and instruction under the guidelines of the national program of the Certified Horsemanship Association program (CHA). Under the leadership of Lisa Tremain, Horsemanship Director, the staff make every effort to provide a safe, professional horsemanship experience - one that will have life-long impact.
Warm Beach Christian Camp
20800 Marine Drive
Stanwood, WA 98292
Attn: Lisa Tremain (360) 652-7575