What’s New

Save the Date!

Hooves and Heroes 2018 logo on post-it noteCamelot’s annual spring fundraiser and open house, Hooves & Heroes, is coming soon. This year, we are celebrating our 35th lesson season—that’s 35 years of providing lessons at no cost to our students or their families. Hooves & Heroes is the one day each year that we open our gates to the public, so this is not only an opportunity to support Camelot, but also an event you won’t want to miss. The event will be held at the Camelot ranch (6250 E. Jomax Road in Scottsdale) from 11 am to 3 pm on Saturday, April 21. Mark your calendars and check back for more information, or follow us on Facebook so you won’t miss out! (March 1, 2018)


Fill the Camelot Ranch With Love!

chain of hearts - your message herePurchase a heart in honor of, or in memory of, a special person or cherished animal, and we will hang it at the Camelot ranch for Hooves & Heroes 2018. Hearts will remain displayed through the end of the lesson season. You may purchase a heart online or fill out our form (787KB PDF) and mail it to Camelot with your check. Thank you for your support! (March 9, 2018)


Starry Knights 2018—Tickets now on sale!

Tickets are now available for our 2018 fall Starry Knights Donor Ball. This event, which celebrates our 35th lesson season, will be held Saturday, October 13, from 6:00 – 10:00 pm, at Camelback Vista at the Scottsdale Plaza Resort in Paradise Valley, This evening filled with stories of courage and inspiration will include drinks, dinner, a silent auction, and a special presentation featuring two Camelot Stars, Alicia and Kiah. The celebration will conclude with dessert and dancing under the stars!


Camelot Chronicles: Winter 2018

Driving Big Jim – Winter 2018

Be sure to check out the Winter 2018 issue of our Camelot Chronicles newsletter, available online now. This issue highlights our 35th lesson season and also includes an article by Camelot student Cheryl Rapp; news of the reinstatement of the driving component of our program; information about our upcoming fundraiser, Hooves & Heroes; and a chance to learn about our latest “Heroes’ Hero”, volunteer Janene Nielson. (March 7, 2018)


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.

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.

Non-Discrimination Policy

Camelot does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring and firing of staff, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, students, volunteers and vendors.