Cowgirl Bible Camp

April 29 – May 1, 2022

Schedule

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Friday, April 29

7:00 – 8:00 am Arrive at Pleasant Valley Community Center.

We will have shuttle trailers there to pick up all campers to transport them to the ranch (30 mins away).

Note: If you want to come in the night before and stay at the community center you can dry camp or hook up, $35/night. To reserve a hookup, click here or call (928) 462-3105.

 9:45 am – Opening Prayer and Orientation
10:00 am – Tack Review
11:00 am – Lunch
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm – Ranch work
4:00 pm – Unsaddle, feed, water
4:30 pm – Guest speaker
5:00 pm – Dinner
6:30 pm – Campfire/worship
9:00 pm – Lights out

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Saturday, April 30

5:30 am – Feed
6:00 am –
Morning devotional
6:30 am – Saddle
7:00 am – Breakfast
8:00 am – Cattle drive and sort
11:00 am – Lunch
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm – Brand calves
3:30 pm – Unsaddle, feed, water
4:00 pm – Guest speaker
5:00 pm – Dinner
6:00 pm – Campfire/worship/testimonials
9:00 pm – Lights out

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Sunday, May 1

5:30 am – Feed
6:00 am –
Morning devotional
6:30 am – Campfire sharing
7:00 am – Breakfast
8:30 am – Church service
9:30 am – Saddle
10:00 am – Ranch rodeo
11:30 am – Unsaddle, feed, water
12:00 pm – Lunch/Awards
12:30 pm – Load for parent pick-up
1:00 pm – Parent pick-up

Parents, please meet us at the Pleasant Valley Community Center and all campers will be shuttled there for parent pick-up.

FAQ’s

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What do I bring?

  • BIBLE
  • Pen/Pencil
  • Bedroll or sleeping bag, pillow (cots will be provided for each camper.)
  • Personal care items (soap, towel, etc.)
  • Clean clothes
  • Long-sleeved shirts, jeans (must wear while doing ranch work)
  • Western hat
  • Western boots
  • Rain gear
  • Horse (1), saddle, halter, ropes, chaps, and other necessary gear
  • Chaps (if you have them)
  • Hay and grain
  • Water bucket
  • Sandals and/or flip flops
  • Sunscreen
  • Pocket knife (blade 3.5 inches or shorter recommended)
  • Hydro-flask or water bottle
  • Medications with instructions (please see liability form)
  • Mark ALL belongings with your NAME
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Do the camper’s stay overnight?

Yes, the campers do stay overnight.  We will be staying in tents along with counselors and instructors.

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Can parents attend?

This year, because the ranch is so far away and hard to get to, we are having shuttles run from the parent pick-up. While parents are not discouraged to come because we are given such a short window of time with the campers be we want that time to be with only the instructors and counselors.

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When do we check-in?

Check-in is between 7:00 am and 8 am on Friday, April 29

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Where is the camp located?

Buzzard Roost Ranch, Young, AZ

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What is not allowed to bring?

  • NO DOGS
  • NO WEAPONS
  • NO TOBACCO
  • NO ALCOHOL
  • NO DRUGS

Cell phones will not work on the ranch. A satellite phone will be onsite for emergencies.

LIABILITY AND MEDICAL RELEASE FORMS

QUESTIONS?
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NICK ROBBS (520) 471-3602
DAWN EDDY (719) 980-0270

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