Since 1969 we have been welcoming horse lovers to our picturesque 250 acre farm. Our caring and fun atmosphere is what makes Kemur so special. Beginner to advanced riders are welcome. We carefully select a horse or pony suitable to each girl's level. Swimming, crafts, karaoke and campfires. Friends and memories to last a lifetime. Come feel the Kemur magic.
Krista Lee Murray , Owner and Director
BA Honours Recreation and Leisure Studies
Girls and horses! This is what we know and love at Kemur. In 1969 my parents Keith and Chirs Murray had a vision to turn their rolling farmland into a place where girls could live and breath horses. Year after year we continue to welcome girls into our world where they make fast friends talking about their love of horses. We take pride not only in our modern facilities but safe, fun and supportive atmosphere. Most of our staff have been campers and are eager to provide the next generation with lasting memories and horse experiences.
Kemur is a place to be yourself, breath clean country air and enjoy the view from horseback.
Cost: $1,200 /week
My favourite part about Kemur Camp is the food! I love the people there. Everyone is so sweet. The camp is beautiful and so are the facilities. Overall Kemur is by far the best camp I've ever been to!!
Kemur Camp is the best camp ever! I loved the food, the horses and the talent show on the last day. The best part of all was after a long fun ride taking a dip in the pool with your friends! Abby Dyer, age 8
Summer 2011 was my first year going to Kemur Camp. At first I was worried about going for a whole week but once I got there I knew it was going to be the best week ever. I knew right away I would love this camp and I would make a ton of friends. The day came to when we got to ride horses. I got paired up with Dawson. He was the greatest horse I could have asked for. Dawson was a great horse to ride for the first time. Kemur Councellors have fun and active activities planned for each day. My favourite part about each day was riding the horses and having frozen juice down in the Pavillion. Most nights we would go down to the Pavillion and have an activity like a Dance Party, or a Talent Show. Finally came the last day where all the awards came. That was my favourite part. You get a ribbon and a booklet that you will always remember abotu Kemur. Saying Good-Bye is the hardest thing to do but all you hope is to see them next summer. I would recommend this camp to any girl who would love to learn how to ride and loves to have fun. Kemur is the best camp ever!!!!!!!!