Thank you Carolyn for a warm welcome and a great atmosphere. River Valley Horse Camp was a pleasant surprise discovered along a path.
If you find yourself in the area, do yourself a favor and stop by.
With kindest regards, the Wilsons
From River Valley Horse Camp website:
“Our campgrounds and campsites are definitely “horse friendly”, but a horse is not a requirement to book a stay for camping at the River Valley Horsecamp. You will find fifty (50) campground sites that are equipped with both water and electricity and an abundance of primitive campsites. Of course all of these campsites have access to the beautiful climate controlled shower house. One side of the shower house is for men and the other side for women and each side is decorated accordingly. Also available to all campers is a coin operated laundry, a very unique playground for the children, a fishing pond, many trails for horseback riding, a large warm up arena, a covered stall is included if available. If you don’t have a camper or tent there is even a bunkhouse that sleeps six (6) and a one (1) room log cabin that you can rent. Steve and Carolyn think that horses should also be comfortable so there is also a wash and rolling area for your horse(s). You can read the details of many of the above facilities on other pages on this site. Again, the campground is open to all, horses or not.”