“Thanks for an amazing experience today, I can’t tell you how happy I am that our son enjoyed it so much, you were all so wonderful with him. – Shirley H.”

Private or Group Lessons

The Kvamme Center teaches year round except some holidays, and offers several lesson choices to best suit the needs of the student. Lessons are private or in groups, and horsemanship and riding lessons are created and adapted with the participant’s stated goals driving the process.  Each individual in our program engages in activities appropriate for developmental level, stamina, and need.

Lesson Offerings
1 Hour Private Lesson: $60
30 Minute Private Lesson: $45
1 Hour Group Lesson (2-4 Students): $45 per student

We recommend clients commit to at least 8 lessons to see the benefits of adaptive riding, and for your convenience we offer pay as you ride.  Financial assistance may be available on a case-by-case basis including a sliding scale fee structure and sponsorships.  Please contact The Kvamme Center for more information

Hangout $85

Offered once a week on Wednesday afternoons from 2pm- 5pm. The Hangout offers young adults the opportunity to socialize safely with the support of staff and trained volunteers. During the Hangout, the participants will engage in activities on and around the horses including a riding lesson, horsemanship skills, crafts, and feeding the horses. This is a great opportunity for the community to engage in cooperation and spend time with friends outside! 

Summer and Mini Camps

Camps are offered during the summer and throughout seasonal times of the year. Camps are available for all ages and level of abilities. This half day experience includes a horseback riding lesson, a horsemanship activity, nature walks, crafts, and time at our playground! 

School Field Trips – FREE!

Field trips are offered to local special needs classrooms once a year free of charge. Field trips give an opportunity to learn about horses and farm life outside of the classroom. The duration is approximately 2 hours where the participants are able to tour the center and meet our horses. Hands on activities such as learning to groom and lead the horses will be safely observed by staff and trained volunteers. After the field trip, classrooms are welcomed to stay and enjoy their lunch in our picnic area.  

Veterans Program

Mounted and unmounted activities are available for Veterans struggling with PTSD or other injuries from their time in service.  We have knowledgeable staff and community partners from the VA to oversee everyone’s needs and goals for a transformative experience given by our horses. Horses are intuitive animals that can improve mental and physical health.