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Known as horseback riding camp, but we are really one big family

Road’s End Farm is known all over the world for being a horseback riding camp, yet the campers who come here year-in and year-out know we are one big family. The Road’s End family spans globally, and we have connections to countries all across the world, yet the most special thing that is created each year are lifelong friendships. While young girls come here for the horses, to live on a working horse farm, the trail riding, the ring lessons, we find that girls leave with the most important creation of all – genuine friendships. With the congenial camp environment, strong, lifelong friendships are created at the end of Jackson Hill Road, and our campers and camp families become a part of the Road’s End Farm extended family. We look forward to a summer camp full of nurturing friendships this upcoming 2017 season.


Dear Families,

In an age of social media, more frequent and public contact becomes possible—a change similar in magnitude, perhaps, to the advent of the telephone, a device near and dear to Tom, the great wordsmith of our original brochure and its accompanying website. It is fitting, then, that the most modern rendition of the phone should be the avenue by which so many find Road’s End Farm, and stay abreast of all that goes on here. While we maintain our faith in the power and value of direct conversation, regular communication via the telephone and post office is becoming ever less practical, and since Road’s End Farm has always regarded the families who send their daughters here as an extension in spirit and letter of the Woodman family, we have embarked on social media in order to inform everyone of goings-on at the Farm, and more importantly to stay tuned to the families whose generosity, willingness to provide references, and old-fashioned muscle have sustained the Farm as a preserve of woodland, farm wisdom, and four-legged characters, and most especially as a place for generations of girls to play, and work, hard.  This page, therefore, is dedicated to maintaining contact with all the families in our community, both past and present. It is also designed to create an archive of sorts so that our digital presence is up-to-date, but also historical. Thus, in addition to an assortment of links to our social media sites as well as a photo album of this past summer, you may click on photographs from years past, a few odds and ends that may prove useful, a collection of tales that bards of yore have spun, the lyrics for our medley of camp songs, and coming soon, a page on Farm history. If you ever have any suggestions or comments regarding our followability, please don’t hesitate to contact us by phone, email, social media, carrier pigeon, or morse code signal lamp.