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(440) 858-2244
Hours of Operation
Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
closed Sundays and Mondays


Can-Do-It Farm  Horse Camp   2020 camps!!!

Can-Do-It Farm summer camp began in 1975. Girls from all over the world have attended the camp over the years. We take 10 girls each week of horse camp, and our main interest is horse-related activities. Teaching young girls to be safe around horses while enjoying all of the excitement of riding and learning about them is our goal. If you have a young camper who just "loves" horses, and everything that goes along with them...this may be the right camp for you. It is small, family run, and in business for many years. We have all of the horses at the camp, and provide safety helmets for all riders. Our counselors are young ladies who have attended our camps in the past, and have returned to spread the joy of horses to our younger campers. We truly love horses and everything that goes with them. We want your campers to learn the right way to interact with these wonderful animals. From training on the ground, riding at all levels and styles, and making horses a part of their lives. This is our goal at Can-Do-It Farm. Candy Stokes is our Camp Director and has been since 1975. We hope to see you this summer.    ony 5 weeks of camp this season, so call early !!

Candy and Norm will be retiring soon, and this web site will be gone.  Thank you all for the many years of fun with horses.   We loved it.

Our friends know how to contact us in the future.


Our camping season has begun, and all is going well.  Our small amount of girls are masking, distancing, and most of all RIDING all day long.  There is one opening at this time in the week of July 26th.  the rest of the camps are filled.   If you missed out on a camp this season, call for that last opening of our camps.  asap.  This will be our last season of summer camp for the girls.  We have loved our 40 years serving the horse lovers of our areas, and all over the country.  Girls from many states and countries have attended our horse camp over the years, and we will miss everyone.  The farm will continue with private riding lessons and boarding of local horses for riders.  Our Saddlery and gift shop will begin to close down before the end of this year.  You can call to make an appointment to shop in the Tack shop   440-812-388.  

Note:  we are working on hay right now, and will have new hay for sale soon.   If you would like to pick up some hay, CALL and reserve an amount that you need and we will make arrangements for you to get it.  $4/bale   cash only   appointment only.    

 Our last camp is scheduled to start on July 26 and end on August 1st.     (one opening left at this time)   Special needs will be addressed during camps this season.   Requirements will be sent out to all campers that are now enrolled.  Our goal is to keep our girls safe and happy .   125 acres of and, and a 2,000 foot frontage on the Farm will help in keeping our "distance" from others.  We will not have any visitors , including  campers' parents during the week.   Check in will be Sundays, keeping our check-in to parents and campers only. Campers will have their temperatures taken upon arrival (wear a facemask upon arrival please).   No visitors please.  I am counting on the Horses to keep our girls very happy during their week.   I will be caring for the girls while they are here, along with  very responsible counselors to help with all aspects of camp.   Safety equipment will be provided, and sanitized for all campers   ie:  helmets, protective vests, and all tack for their needs.  I will be checking in with parents in plenty of time to answer all of your questions.  I appreciate your confidence in our camp to keep your girls SAFE and Happy too !  

     We understand everyone's worries, and will do our very best to make sure this summer is open for your girls to enjoy riding and learning about horses all day long. There will be a release form for the Coved-19 and will be required with your paperwork this season.    I am open for any suggestions that parents may have.  Please feel free to contact me, Candy, at   440 812 3488

*at this time, there are no refunds if you change your mind; however, let me know so I can open a spot for someone on the waiting list.     Thank you for your cooperation. 

  one more thing:  Norm will be selling his 1986 Porsche 928...if interested, call him on his cell phone  440-812 0688

*at this time, July 26 is the only camp with one (1) opening...


Sincerely,  Candy and Norm Stokes/  Owners

Can-Do-It Farm. 2279 East Union Road, Jefferson, Ohio 44047



A camp that is all about horses!

This is what many young girls dream about for their ideal summer riding experience. Can-Do-It Farm has been in the same location since 1975, with the same Camp Director. We squeeze in as much riding time as possible, as the girls are here for one thing HORSES!! .

We do not offer other sports at our camp. Just horse-related activities. Safety lessons are included with the daily riding lessons offered to the girls. Riding lessons twice every day, learning new activities like dressage, jumping, cross country riding and jumping, and just plain fun riding! Our horses reside on the Farm all year round and await the arrival (or return) of campers who love them. the dates are listed below for the upcoming season. sign ups are now underway.  


JUNE 28-JULY 4TH....Jumping "after the cross Rails" week of riding camp.  This special camp is deisnged for the rider who has taken lessons and progressed through the "cross rails" phase.  If your camper is ready to advance and do some jumping that includes more than x-rails, this camp is the one for her.  this camp will include practice over all types of jumps.  learn courses, set up distances in a ring, jump straight bars, oxers, and all types of new fences.  Advance their skills and challenge their ability level.  Protective vests are required, along with helmets (of course).  the farm has many vests available if riders do not have one of their own.  Safety is first in this week of jumping and learning.  Bring your own horse, or ride one of ours at no extra charge.  Call EARLY to enroll, as we only take 6 riders into this week.  (Note:  as of Feb/ 7, there is a waiting list for this camp)    (this camp is underway at this time..closed)  

JULY 5-11TH... All around horse lovers week of riding, any age welcome.  Does your camper LOVE horses?  This week will give your camper a chance to spend an entire week with a horse of her own.  Feeding, grooming, training, riding, and tacking and lessons will fill the day with horses and activities.  The special bond with horses comes with lots of time spent with them.  This week gives the girl's quality time with a horse that she can get to know all week long.  There is nothing better for the inside of a young girl than the outside of a beautiful horse!  Sign up early, as only 6 girls will be enrolled.   (as of Jan 20, there are 4 openings) 

JULY 12TH TO 18TH....A week of "fun and Games" with your horse ....  Lots of riding lessons, and games on horseback will keep your horse-loving camper busy all day, every day.  Any age rider will enjoy all types of horse activities this week.  Grooming, riding lessons 2x daily, ground lessons on topics relating to horses and ther care.  (health care, feeding, tack and equipment, training lessons, basic foot care, summer and winter care, dressae, jumping basics, bareback riding, giving baths to your horse, round-pen training, and much more)  A must week for any girl who loves horses and wants to be safe around them while learning.  Bring your own horse or use ours.  Come with a friend!  come alone!  Only 6 campers accepted in this cvamp.  Call early. (as of Jan 20, there is one opening left) 

JULY 19TH TO 25TH  "VERSATILITY" week of riding, any age riders.   This week is a special week of versatility, which means we will teach the girls all of the different styles of riding.  Western, English, Dressage, jumping, cross country, and even bareback riding.  Horses are very open to riding in differenty types of "tack" and equipment.  Riders need to experience the changes that are needed to go from one style to another.  Campers can chose to ride one style all week, or change to another style to "try it out" for a lesson or two.  Lessons will be given 2x daily and ground work will include many different subjects that our campers are interested in.  This is a great week for any ability level rider.  Riders may bring their own horse or ride ours.  This new camp will be open for 6 riders this year.  (as of January 20, there is only one opening )  

JULY 26TH TO AUGUST 1ST  Riding "Cross Country" flat and over fences...Inside a ring or out in the 125 acres of beautiful fields and jumps, your camper will enjoy taking their skills a little further.  This week will give the girls a chance to get out of a ring and enjoy the land availalbe for them to ride on.  An assortment of jumps throughout the farm will challenge your riders to a new kind of jumping and riding.  Flat and over fences will be worked on.  Safety in the field is so important and most riders don't have enough practice in the open areas.  They will be required to wear helmets and protective bvests during their week, and I can supply them with safety equipment if they don't have it while they are here.  riders will learn how to approach and analyze each jump to be sure they are safe and confident.  riders should come to this camp with basic skills already.  No beginner riders please.  (As of July 1st, there is one opening) 

If you find your week is filled, I will begin a "wait" list for an opening.  If deposits are not received within 30 days of signing up, your spot in the camp will be open to another camper.   

**All camps require a   $150/week deposit prepaid (within 30 days of signing up)  with registration papers.  The balance of camps will not be due until you arrive at the camp date.

We do not take credit cards.  Arrival for all camps is 2pm Sundays,  departure times are 10am the following Saturday (demo show) 

You can download the forms needed on the "forms" page, or call (440-858-2244) or email:  to get paperwork

Cost of camp:  $1100/week (each additional week is $1000)  Entire season: $4500  (5 weeks) 

.  Deposits are non-refundable.


Thank you for your interest. For questions or comments, please use the information listed here. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Candy Stokes


Farm Phone
(440) 858-2244

Hours of Operation
Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

2279 E Union RD  
Jefferson, OH 44047

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