Camping on the Farm



 Plan to get outside over a long, relaxing (or adventurous!) weekend (or during the week). Pitch your tent and enjoy rustic camping (or glamping) on the mountain at our private equestrian retreat. 

Taking to the wilderness with your favorite people is one of the most fun and rewarding things you can do. Plan an incredible group camp-out with us!  We are happy to accommodate special requests, including romantic get aways, family gatherings, birthday celebrations and Girl/Boy Scouts looking to earn their Outdoor Adventure, Camping and Horseback riding badges. 

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Adventures on Horseback

Horses are just one option you have during your stay with us. 

Guests are welcome to enjoy the horses on the farm. We provide visitors with the opportunity to participate in horse activities designed for toddlers to seniors, from first timers to the experienced. 

Yes, we do allow you to bring your own horse(s). We have an AWESOME trail course including obstacles and sensory activity stations over varied terrain.


This is the place to be!

 After our campers have spent the day exploring our land, including well marked, groomed trails and fresh mountain creek, they can cook their dinner and relax under the stars to chat, play cards, strum their guitar or toast marshmallows on the handmade, stone fire rings we provide to heighten their camping experience. 


And while your disconnected from the hussle and bussle of your every day life, guests can stay connected with free wi-fi acess on the farm. 

 We are happy to accommodate special requests to make your experience a fabulous & memorable one.  Please just give us a call on (845) 260-0962.

Bonus: Access to Local Food- While it seems like you have left the world behind, we are less than 5 minutes from the local grocery, diner, deli and pizza place. 

October 17–19 at South Point Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada

2019 APHA Western National Championships

Bright lights and big moments helped make special memories for us.  The APHA Western National Championship drew 1,040 entries (plus 400 NSBA entries) with 240 horses in 13 divisions.  When the dust settled, talented competitors, like Jennifer Barbee (the 'J' in JL Performance Horses) rose to the top of the standings to claim a Top 5 win in Masters Trail, Top 10 in Masters Horsemanship and Top 5 in Masters Showmanship with her handsome geldings, 'Gotta Be A Hotrod' (aka Eddie).