• Personal instruction. Personal instruction. Award-winning rodeo instructors provide ways to improve student techniques.
  • Breaking from the chute ... Breaking from the chute ... Bull riding with livestock just the right size for students.
  • Horsemanship. Horsemanship. Learn basic skills to become a better rider.
  • Tending to livestock. Tending to livestock. Campers are responsible for their horses.
  • Arena Training. Arena Training. Riding in the arena in preparation for rodeo competition.


Ever wanted to try a rodeo event, but had no idea where to start?

Ever wondered if God cares about you?

Then join us for West River Rodeo Bible Camp!

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Campers start each day with event-specific instruction from regionally and nationally recognized cowboys and cowgirls. A description of the rodeo events can be found here.

Morning chapel services will provide insight into who God is. Campers will return to the arena for an afternoon of practice and coaching. Each evening will conclude in a chapel service.

The Finale …

Campers will have the chance to showcase their skills at the Camper Rodeo on the final day of camp.

A water baptism celebration will be conducted at intermission for any campers (or adults) desiring to be baptized, having made the life changing decision to accept and serve the Lord.

Awards will be presented following the rodeo to the top individual in each event, the all-around campers (guy and gal), and the most inspirational campers (guy and gal).

 What to Bring:

  • Individual bedroll/sleeping bag, air
  • Personal care items (soap, toothbrush, towel, etc.)
  • Bible and notebook (if you don’t have a Bible, we will provide one)
  • Water bottle
  • Extra clothes (including a long-sleeved shirt and jeans for the rodeo)
  • Western boots and hat (The Camp has a limited amout of western clothes and accessories available for Campers that have need.)
  • Rain gear and a jacket or “hoodie”
  • Saddle horse and gear (if you need it for your event)
  • Rodeo equipment (if you have any)
  • Panels for horse enclosures
  • Hay, feed, & water bucket (as needed)
  • Flip flops and swimsuit for showering.
  • Campers may wish to bring a small amount of “spending” money. The Camp Store will be open at select times during Camp. Campers can buy T-shirts, energy drinks, and other assorted snacks and items if they wish.
  • NO CELL PHONES please! This is a time to concentrate on the Lord, your event instruction and friends! The staff will all have phones if there is an emergency…


NOTE: Applications must be notarized before being submitted.
Campers are only allowed 1 rodeo event for camp this year.
You must register by June 1st, 2019 ( we are limiting the number of campers due to combing jr. and sr. camps this year.)

Junior High & Senior High Camp — Registration Fee: $150

WRRBC-Camp-application-combined-2019 Website

( This is the link to the registration form)

An additional stall fee of $25 will be collected per stall for anyone bringing horses.

Fees include a camp t-shirt, meals, and the opportunity to compete in the final rodeo.

Important Information

Parents: Be sure to bring camp chairs for seating to watch the rodeo performances.

Senior Camp- 

Baptism and awards to follow. All campers are required to stay till after awards.

For Rodeo Bible Camp Staff emergency contact info and procedures, click here.

More information on what your child can expect at Rodeo Bible Camp is described here.

General Camp Rules