Sacred Rocks Horse Camp Riders

Riders explore the trails at Sacred Rocks Horse Camp

Sacred Rocks Horse Camp has officially opened with a full-size arena, campground and cross-country trails. Equestrians  can now enjoy a high desert venue for their clinics and events in the Santa Rosa Mountains, just one hour east of San Diego.

“During our inaugural weekend, participants rode across rolling hills of chaparral and sat around the campfire eating barbecue and telling tales,” said Sharon Courmousis, director of Sacred Rocks Horse Camp. “It reminded me of the lifestyle of the Old West when folks enjoyed their days and time seemed meaningless.”

Sacred Rocks Horse Camp features several cross-country trails on 100 scenic acres covered with live oaks, manzanita-chaparral vegetation, and fascinating boulder formations. A standard-sized arena accommodates clinics and other equestrian events.


Sacred Rocks Horse Camp

Live oaks shade the Sacred Rocks Horse Camp.

Sacred Rocks Horse Camp offers shady, primitive campsites and water. Horse campers bring their own feed and pens.  The  camp is adjacent to Sacred Rocks Reserve, a full-service, 146-site RV park and campground with a pool/spa open May to September, clubhouse and games yard.  The RV park’s amenities are available to horse campers.


Day use for the horse cam is $8 per person.  Overnight fees are $20.


Sacred Rocks Horse Camp is located about three miles west of Boulevard, California, and just south of Historic Highway 94 on Shasta Way.

Tours and Reservations

Complimentary tours of Sacred Rocks Horse Camp may be arranged by calling the Sacred Rocks Reserve office, 619-766-4480, or driving to 1331 Shasta Way, Boulevard, CA 91905. Reservations are recommended.


Sacred Rocks Horse Camp is organized under Sacred Rocks Center for Learning and Arts, a 501(C) not-for-profit. The camp is one of the many micro-businesses being established by Sacred Rocks Center for Learning and Arts to further the vision of creating a vocational school for preparation for jobs in the green energy and building industries. Donations of materials, such as corrals, and cash contributions are gratefully appreciated. Donations are tax deductible.

Media Information

To schedule an interview with Sharon Courmousis, director of Sacred Rocks Center for Learning and Arts, please contact her at 1-619-295-5151 or

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