Week 2B: City Slickers Week (Horse Back riding) $600

July 8 Monday 8:45 AM- 5:30 PM --- Sam's Point and The Ice Caves

Lunch:  Watchung Plaza Stop/ Bring a Sandwich or eat later at The Quaker Creek Store


Possible Destinations:  Quaker Creek Store/ New Paltz, NY


Bring: ​Bathing Suit, Water, Dry Clothes, Rain Poncho, Sun Tan Lotion, $10 or sandwich. 


July 9 Tuesday 8:45 AM- 5:30 PM--- Lakota Wolf Preserve

Lunch:  May stop at Hainesville or Concessions at Swartswood Lake.


Possible Destinations: Swartswood Lake/ Hainesville, NJ


Bring: ​Bathing Suit, Water, Dry Clothes, Rain Poncho, Sun Tan Lotion, $10 or sandwich.

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July 10 Wednesday 8:45 AM-5:30 PM--- Bobolink Dairy Farm

Lunch:  Bobolink's Bake house has bread and cheese. Concessions at Round Valley.


Possible Destinations: Round Valley Lake and Swim 


Bring: ​Bathing Suit, Water, Dry Clothes, Rain Poncho, Sun Tan Lotion, $10 or sandwich. 


July 11 and 12 Thursday and Friday 7:45 AM- Overnight (EARLY)--- Dude Ranch

 

Destination:   Stoney Creek Dude Ranch near Lake George, NY


Food: All food is covered by the Dude Ranch. Bring a snack for Day 1 Bus Ride

and a possible stop on our return.

 

Money: Bring enough to buy souvenirs and other possible extras found within the ranch ($40) 


Bring: ​Bathing Suit, Water, Dry Clothes, Rain Poncho, Sun Tan Lotion, $10 or sandwich.

A packing list will be mailed. Campers stay in cabins and rooms. Linens included. 

Schedule:

 

Thursday- Arrival at around Noon. Lunch will be first and then we unpack. 

               1. Kayak Trip

               2. Pool and Play Area

               3. Dinner and Entertainment/ Bonfire

​               4. Activities TBA

8 PM- Dance and DJ Entertainment.     9 PM- Go to rooms.     10:30 PM- Lights Out!


Friday- Horseback Riding and one activity TBA


Lunch at Noon and Return home at 2 PM.


​5PM- Arrival in Montclair, NJ

Stoney Creek Dude Ranch

1000 Acres is now known as Stoney Creek.

Bobolink

Explanation of our Visit. 

Lakota Wolf Preserve