Why? Chagrin Valley Farms!

Two of the things I love the most about Jeffrey are his sense of adventure and his love for animals. We got to combine those two fabulous qualities this week when we visited Chagrin Valley Farms.

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Chagrin Valley Farms is a gorgeous piece of land with both indoor and outdoor riding areas and stables which house over 60 horses. From lessons to horse shows to summer camps, Chagrin Valley Farms offers something for every level of horse enthusiast.

The summer camps at Chagrin Valley Farms start as young as 4 years old. The youngest riders (ages 4-6) attend half-day camps that combine riding with horse grooming, safety, feeding, and tacking. The camps extend through the teen years and teach top riding skills in an environment focused on learning and personal development.

Jeffrey got to experience a condensed version of a day at camp from grooming one of the new miniature horses, Moose…


…to helping with the tacking for the horse he would ride…


…to walking, trotting, and learning basic jumping posture on Blaze.


Sue, the director of the camps, was with him every step of the way and was focused on safety and helping Jeffrey feel comfortable and have a full and fun experience.


Chagrin Valley Farms offers a full range of week-long summer camps to begin or continue the love of horses with your child. Camps begin in June and continue on a weekly basis through August.


For a fun, unique experience that will foster a lifelong love of horses in your child, check out Chagrin Valley Farms summer camps!

***Disclosure: I was invited to visit Chagrin Valley Farms for a tour and complimentary horseback riding lesson for Jeffrey. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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