Summertime tends to be hot during the day and fairly chilly at night. Quite dry and sunny, but with thunderstorms always a possibility.
What to Bring: Riding boots, comfy shoes and/or sandals, jeans or riding trousers, shorts, swimsuits/swimming costume/trunks for hot tub or creek, sleeveless tops, long-sleeve tops for sun protection, neck protection (light scarf or bandana), sun glasses and a shady hat that won't fall off. Also a sweater and rain-proof jacket.
You may want something comfy and cozy for chilly evenings or mornings, and of course all your underclothes should be very comfy and suited to horse riding!
Spring & Autumn
In springtime and fall the weather can go through all seasons in a week. Snow one morning, melted by one o'clock and hot all afternoon, then rain the next day and temperate the following! It's fun to pack for, so plan on one of everything.
What to Bring: Riding boots, comfy shoes, maybe mud-proof shoes, jeans or riding trousers, swimsuits/swimming costume/trunks for hot tub, layers of tops (t-shirts, long sleeves, sweaters), scarf, sun glasses, hat, warm or layered coat and chaps (though we have some to loan also).
For evenings and morning you will definitely want some cozy, comfy, sit-by-the-fire clothes!
The weather in winter is impossible to accurately predict. It can range from very cold to quite temperate, and it can go from one to the other in 24 hours very easily.
What to Bring: Riding boots, comfy shoes, snow shoes, jeans or riding trousers, long johns or leggings wear under jeans, swim stuff for the hot tub, layers of tops (long sleeves, sweaters, fuzzy warm stuff), scarves and gloves, sun glasses, woolly hat or beanie, warm or layered coat and chaps (though we have some to loan also).
For evenings and mornings you will want to be quite cozy! It's lovely and brisk, no matter how nice the day may be.