Horse Camp: (740) 493-3801




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Jan. 2015



2779 Pike Lake Road * Bainbridge, Ohio 45612

NO Stallions except by special permission. All dogs MUST be kept on a leash at all times.

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Hello Folks,


Welcome to 2015, new year, new ideas, and more improvements to the campground.  Have a look at our events page for the latest news, also we have added new photo’s so be sure to check them out too.  Marie has a Rocky Mountain horse and has plans to do lots more trail riding.  Rich is keen to get started on building an arena so we can have more fun events.


We finished a nice 50 foot round pen next to the shelter house.  Campers will be able to use it for lunging their equine, as a safe riding space for kids, and a place to let your equine have a nice roll after your ride.  We plan to have some seminars using the round pen, the first seminar will be on May 2nd when Joe Holtvogt will come to talk about what it takes to get your horse to the Nationals.  Joe has taken several horses to the Nationals and is an experienced trainer and teacher.  He owns and operates Shady Glen Farms in Bradford, Ohio.  Marie Carter will also be giving lessons on how to train animals.  She has extensive background in operant conditioning, obedience training, agility training, behavioral consulting, and teaching people.  Marie has competed successfully in endurance riding and competitive trail rides.  She wrote for Western Mule Magazine and has a lifelong love affair with our equine friends.


More big news is that Ben Cydrus and Friends band will be playing at Tanglewood one Saturday every month.  Ben Cydrus and Friends have played at the Pike County OHC state ride for the past few years.  We plan to have our monthly barbeque in conjunction with the band, so you folks can come enjoy a great meal and relax to some great country music. Make plans to join us at Tanglewood Acres Campground this summer for fun and some great trail riding.

Listen to Marie’s interview on  Equestrian Legacy Radio on the Saddle Up America Show