What’s New

  • Student Stars to Shine at Camelot’s 5th Annual Starry Knights—We will host our annual Starry Knights fundraiser on Saturday, October 25th, and will once again shine the spotlight squarely on our extraordinary students. Learn more and order your tickets now!
  • Grayhawk Flight magazine published a wonderful article about Camelot student Claudia Rank and her family and their experiences with Camelot. Read it now! (448KB PDF)
  • 13th Annual Hooves & Heroes Fundraiser—Our 13th annual spring fundraiser was a great success, and we thank everyone who participated!
  • Scottsdale Police Mounted Unit Desensitization Clinic—Camelot offers a big thanks to the officers and volunteers of the Scottsdale Police Mounted Unit for once again supporting our program by presenting this fun and informative clinic.
  • Camelot: The Musical—In the spirit of giving back to the community for the services they receive at no cost, our students—assisted by volunteers and staff (both 2- and 4-legged)—participated in the creation of a video that was launched at the 2012 Starry Knights fundraiser. The video is now available in HD on Camelot’s YouTube channel. We hope you enjoy it!

What We Do

Since its inception in 1980, Camelot has offered one-on-one education, with instruction tailored to the individual needs of our students. Camelot specializes in serving riders with physical disabilities, and our students learn riding, driving, grooming, training, vet care, and stable management.

Camelot Ranch is located on 14.25 acres of the Sonoran Desert in the Pinnacle Peak area of Arizona. Our barrier-free, wheelchair-accessible facility makes it possible for students to saddle, ride, and groom our horses with minimal help.

The Camelot philosophy is that everyone faces personal dragons, yet every person is a potential dragon-slayer. The most intimidating obstacles can be vanquished with love and courage. Camelot provides the opportunity and support to succeed.

Our Mission

Camelot’s mission is to improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through programs of horsemanship and outdoor education, which develop self-worth, independence, and active participation in the community.

Fall 2014
Camelot Chronicles
(501KB PDF)

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Please contact us for more information about our therapeutic horsemanship program:

E-mail: info@camelotaz.org

Phone/Fax: 480.515.1542