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Llamas Camps and Friends Jasper

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Llamas Camps and Friends
88 Llama Lane
Jasper
AL
35130
Tel: 205 221 3846

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Llamas, Camps, and Friends invite you to visit a working llama ranch in Goodsprings, Alabama. You can expirence first-hand, the calm and magic of the almost mystical llama.
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    I went to CRR YEARS ago.... more than 10 years ago, for 5 summers (1 week each). I have some really wonderful memories of riding in absolutely Amazing settings and on really great horses and ponies, but even at age 14 I was noticing the cracked hooves on the horses, the barn falling apart, and the place was pretty bleak. It is supposed to be a ranch experience... but I'm not surprised that even their website hasn't been updated since 2004.....
    If you have no experience with horses, this might be a good place to go to learn a little bit about saddling,...Read More

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    My daughter has been going to Circle R for over 8 years, her and her friends LOVE this ranch. It's not about the accommodations, it's about the experience and every summer it's what this group of kids looks forward to more than anything. I find the owner very caring and also accommodating to families who may not be able to afford horse camp. It's not a camp for the parents, it's for the kids. I would expect parents to tour the facilities before placing their child here or anywhere, and if you did that, how can you complain after the fact?

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    Camp is falling apart and has not been cleaned in a very long time. On the day we checked in the floor in the bunk house was disgusting, not swept and sticky from the last campers. The real kicker was it was 90 outside and 89 inside. How are people suppose to sleep? They have an air conditioner, and when I asked when it would be turned on they said it was only turned on when needed. Apparently it needs to hit 100 before that happens. As I put the sheets on my daughters bed sweat dripped from my head. I truly didn't want to leave her, however...Read More

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    these poor horses suffer every year so kids can ride them:( half are supper sick and are lame and this place just needs to be shut down kids can learn in a better place where animals don suffer

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    We just returned hp,e from the mother daughter week. I am sick to my stomach. The camp is is shambles, the owner is uncaring. The horses are in poor condition and the barn is unsafe. The staff was young and immature. There was no horsemanship taught to my daughter, the trail ride were unsafe and managed by young counselor that were listening to their ipods. I will not return to this facility and hope that the horses will be rescued.

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by Shannon P

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I went to CRR YEARS ago.... more than 10 years ago, for 5 summers (1 week each). I have some really wonderful memories of riding in absolutely Amazing settings and on really great horses and ponies, but even at age 14 I was noticing the cracked hooves on the horses, the barn falling apart, and the place was pretty bleak. It is supposed to be a ranch experience... but I'm not surprised that even their website hasn't been updated since 2004.....
If you have no experience with horses, this might be a good place to go to learn a little bit about saddling, riding and grooming. I wish I knew more about how it is today. I wish I still lived in MN and could visit to see the conditions of this place that gave me so many great memories, but I doubt it's been improved much, if at all....

by Jill Ardoff

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Camp is falling apart and has not been cleaned in a very long time. On the day we checked in the floor in the bunk house was disgusting, not swept and sticky from the last campers. The real kicker was it was 90 outside and 89 inside. How are people suppose to sleep? They have an air conditioner, and when I asked when it would be turned on they said it was only turned on when needed. Apparently it needs to hit 100 before that happens. As I put the sheets on my daughters bed sweat dripped from my head. I truly didn't want to leave her, however she insisted. They should also adjust the hours of sleep the camper gets by their age. 11:00 to 6:30 is not enough when you are outside all day long. We will NOT be going back.

The Weather

Saturday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 86° F / 30° C
Humidity: 79 %
Wind: WSW - 8 MPH

Sunday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 86° F / 30° C
Humidity: 78 %
Wind: SW - 6 MPH

Monday

Conditions: Chance of a Thunderstorm
Temp: 89° F / 32° C
Humidity: 75 %
Wind: SW - 7 MPH

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