Summer Programs


check out the 2o22 summer schedule!


Please read through the schedule and FAQs below to find out more about what we're offering this summer! 


~click on each session name to read a description~

email if you need more information about a session

June 25-July 1 

Session 1A: Horse Intensive Camp  **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 13+   Capacity: 12 campers

Tuition: $1,200 (base rate) or $1,500 (restoration rate)  

Session 1B: Lizard McGizzard Camp (aka ranch skills camp!) **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 10+      Capacity: 12 campers

Tuition: $1,000 (base rate) or $1,300 (restoration rate)

July 3-8 

Session 2A: Arts Outside Camp **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 8+         Capacity: 20 campers

Tuition: $900 (base rate) or $1,200 (restoration rate)

July 10-16

Session 3A: Horse & Ranch Camp   **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 10+      Capacity: 18 campers

Tuition: $1,000 (base rate) or $1,300 (restoration rate)


July 18-24

Session 4A: Teen Community Camp

Ages: 13+          Capacity: 16 campers

Tuition: $1,000 (base rate) or $1,300 (restoration rate)

July 26-31

Session 5A: Young Rider Camp  **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 8-11       Capacity: 16 campers

Tuition: $1,000 (base rate) or $1,300 (restoration rate)

Session 5B: Music Camp 

Ages: 10+       Capacity: 12 campers

Tuition: $900 (base rate) or $1,200 (restoration rate)

August 6-14 

Session 6A: Youth Volunteers  **WAITLISTED**

Ages: 14+    Capacity: 10 teens

Tuition: $400 (base rate) or $700 (restoration rate)  

August 4-7 

Family Camp Weekend 

Ages: all!  (kids under 6 free)     Capacity: 10 families

Tuition: $350/person (base rate) or $500/person (restoration rate)        



When can I apply?!

The link to the application will be available starting February 15th. We'll accept applications for 2 weeks and then do a first round of application reviews. If there are more applications than spaces in any given session we'll use a lottery system to determine who gets into camp. To apply click HERE.

How are you handling COVID-safety? 

In many ways! Because the COVID reality is ever-shifting, we'll provide more detail as summer gets closer.

The current plan is to rely heavily on pre-camp testing as well as vaccinations (not required, but strongly recommended) as well as small group sizes. All of our camp staff will be vaccinated and tested regularly throughout the summer. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Caitlin at

Are you still offering scholarships?

Most definitely! When you apply for a summer session you can indicate that you will be applying for a scholarship and will not be asked to pay a deposit. 

Why are there two different costs for each program?

We are working with new pricing model that more accurately reflects the true "costs" of running programs at Ekone. We strive to keep our programs affordable, and the "Base Rate" covers the cost of facilities, food, staff time and basic operations. However, there’s a lot more to the Ekone experience and mission, like providing scholarships and equitable access to our programs, offering support to the Native people whose historic lands we occupy, protecting and stewarding this precious ecosystem, and special projects to care for place and community. This is where the "Restoration Rate" comes in. Those who are financially able to help "restore" social and ecological equity at Ekone are invited to join us in sharing abundance. (We consider the difference between base and restoration rate "paying it forward." The IRS considers it a tax-deductible donation, and we'll provide you with a tax receipt to that effect!)​​

Coming up!


So much fun and community and meaningful service!