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Adult Ride and Whine Camp

Children's Summer Camp

adult ride and whine camp

Don't miss Maplewood's unique Adult Ride and Whine Camp! 

  • Fall 2018 camp will take place October 18-21

  • Spring 2019 camp will take place April 25-28

We are now taking registrations and deposits for both camps, which will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Plan to join us for one or both camps!


adult ride and whine camp

Maplewood's Adult Ride and Whine Camps have become legendary in the equestrian world and attract campers from across the country and Canada! Activities include riding, dining, wine tasting, personal fitness training, sports nutrition, the latest fashion trends for equestrians, educational seminars on conformation and judging, secrets to success in the show ring, and much more.

This fun and educational retreat is open to adults of all ages, riding abilities, professionals and amateurs alike. The common denominator attendees must have is that they want to learn and have a good time!

Activities include but aren't limited to:

  • Daily riding instruction in small groups of similar ability

  • Trail rides

  • Educational presentations from specialists in their fields

  • Meals and wine

  • Party bus excursions to Virginia City and Lake Tahoe

  • Personal fitness training and nutrition education

Camps run Thursday afternoon through Sunday afternoon, and you may bring your horse or lease one of our wonderful mounts. The total cost is $1,500. To ensure the highest levels of education and fun, there is a strict 12-person limit.

A non-refundable deposit of $500 is due upon registration, and the balance is due for the spring camp on February 1 and for the fall camp on September 1.

Please send your check to: Maplewood Inc., 425 W. Laramie Dr., Reno, NV 89521.

Instructors include: Julie Winkel, Andrew Jayne and Bindee Eberle, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS

Maplewood Adult Wine & Ride Camp

tentative Schedule

Thursday - 4 pm

·       Welcome reception, introductions, sign releases, receive welcome bags, and review schedule for camp

·       Wine & Cheese Reception in the Stallion Barn followed by jumping demonstrations

·       Hayride and tour of Maplewood to see mares and foals

·       Cocktails and dinner at Julie’s house

Friday - 9 am

·       Morning demonstration/seminar

·       Horse and instructor assignments with discussion about tack and fitting

·       Riding Lesson with Julie Winkel or Andrew Jayne

·       Lunch in Clubhouse

·       Afternoon demonstration/seminar

·       Wine and cheese in Clubhouse/tack cleaning/prepare to leave for Virginia City

·       Shopping/dinner at Cafe del Rio in Virginia City

·       Return to Maplewood

Saturday - 9 am

·       Morning demonstration/lecture

·       Riding Lesson with Julie Winkel or Andrew Jayne

·       Lunch at old homesite overlooking the property

·       Afternoon presentation with with special guest

·       Trail ride and Poker Run with Andrew Jayne

·       Travel to Lake Tahoe for dinner

·       Return to Maplewood

Sunday - 9 am

·      Sport Nutrition/Strength & Conditioning presentation with Bindee Eberle, MS, RD, CSSD, CSCS – presentation after work-out

·      Lunch with Bindee at Julie’s house

·      Pre-ride stretching

·      Riding lesson with Julie Winkel or Andrew Jayne

·      Farewell reception, awards, and certificates in Clubhouse

Travel Information:

Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO) is a 20-minute drive from Maplewood

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Registration Form for the 2018/2019 Adult Ride & Whine Camps

Name *
Address *
Phone *
If leasing a horse, please let us know your riding level--beginner, intermediate or advanced.
Choice of Camp *
Diet restrictions, allergies, red or white wine, etc.

Children's Summer camp - July of 2019

Maplewood Summer Camps involve many fun activities in addition to plenty of riding time. From learning to groom and tack up their horses, our campers also enjoy learning about horse care, anatomy, equine behavior, tack, equipment and much more.

In addition, campers spend time on arts and crafts projects, games and other fun activities.

Lessons are split into groups, so there are opportunities for all levels of riders—from beginners to more advanced—to learn new skills and ride with campers of similar ability.

Camp runs Wednesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., except Friday, which is an optional evening session, and Saturday concludes at noon. The cost is $600. A non-refundable deposit of $200 must be received before space will be reserved. Please send a check to: Maplewood Inc., 425 W. Laramie Dr., Reno, NV 89521.

Campers are required to bring boots with heels, water, sunscreen and a packed lunch.

Child's Name *
Child's Name
Parent's Name *
Parent's Name
Phone *
Address *
Diet restrictions, allergies, etc.