Washington State Horse Park

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  • Fair

    45°F

    Cle Elum, WA

    Fair
    Humidity: 60%
    Wind: NW at 13 mph
    Tuesday 36°F / 41°F SP_WEATHER_PM_LIGHT_RAIN
    Wednesday 30°F / 37°F SP_WEATHER_RAIN_SNOW
    Thursday 27°F / 36°F Partly cloudy

Check out this video, presented by Cascade Horse Shows. Hear what exhibitors at two of the parks biggest events have to say about showing in the park. Then come see for yourself what all the buzz is about, and why the Park truly is "like no place else!"

With over 100 acres of gently sloping terrain, and minutes from Suncadia Resort, Cle Elum, Roslyn and Ellensburg areas, you'll be sure to thoroughly enjoy your time here. The Park is for everyone, so come up and ride today and help us grow tomorrow!

The Park is closed for the season. View our 2015 Calendar for next season's events.

We have a Wish List, too! Take a look to see what the Park is wishing for in 2015.

What's Happening at The Park

  • New! Premiere Sponsorships for 2015

    Would you like to increase awareness of your business throughout the horse-sports community? We are introducing a limited number of options for businesses to place promotional signage on prominent features around the Park for the entire 2015 season. The Premiere Sponsorship also includes highlights on our web page, mention in the annual report, and highlights on social media postings. Download the informational packet and application here.

     

     
  • 2014 Letter from the President

    Did you receive your copy of the WSHP President's Letter in your mailbox? If you didn't, you can download the letter from Todd Trewin here

     
  • 2014 WSHP Annual Progress Report

    The Park's 2014 Annual Progress Report was mailied out to Park Supporters in late October. You can download a pdf copy of the report here. If you would like to stay informed about what's happening at the Park, please sign up to be on our mailing list by emailing your name, phone number, and mailing address to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

     
  • 2015 at The Park

    The 2015 calendar is starting to fill up. If you are interested in booking an event for 2015, please let us know. We are putting together an Event Organizer Information Packet that will be dowloadable from our web site later this Fall. The packet will contain information about the Park's facilities, paperwork, rules and regulations, insurance requirements, as well as a general FAQ. You can review a draft of next year's calendar here. The Park is a big place with many arenas and trails - if there is an event booked, that doesn't mean there isn't more room to enjoy the Park. 

     
  • Thank You, Volunteers!

    Thank you so much to the hard-working volunteers who showed up at the Park on September 20th for the work party. A lot was accomplished, including painting stadium jumps, limbing up trees, rock picking, raking. flagging jumps, and placing greens. We would like to recognize the following people for all their efforts: Penny Leggott, Cathie Farr, Todd Trewin, Hank Greenwald, Meika Decher, Shauna Morrisey, Kyrie Park, Marci & Matt Clark, Laura & Tanner Kooistra.

     

    Remember, we are a non-profit organization and rely on help from the Northwest horse community to keep things running smoothly at the Park.The next work party will be November 1st when we will be completing tasks to close the Park for the winter. Please contact us at 877-635-0272 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you'd like to be on our volunteer list. Even if you can't make it to a work party, there are many other ways you can volunteer.

     

     
  • Pony Club Camps 2014

    Seven Pony Clubs held their summer camp at the Park this year!

    If you visited the Park this summer, you had a good chance of seeing some Pony Club kids in action. The Park was thrilled to welcome seven different Pony Clubs as they held their summer camps - French Creek (with Skagit Valley), Briarwod, Peninsula, Valley Green, Carbon River, and Woodbook Hunt. Each camp was slightly different, but all of the kids had lessons in dressage, show jumping, and cross country. There were also fun activities such as trail riding, poker rides, mounted games, and even some vaulting. If you are part of Pony Club (or another youth equestrian organization) and would like more information about holding a camp at the Park, please let us know! The Park offers special discounted rates for youth organizations, especially if you can hold your camp during weekdays.

     
  • 1st Annual Cle Elum Roundup at the Horse Park

    The first ever Cle Elum Roundup held at the Park on the first weekend in August was a great sucess! Thank you to all our hard-working volunteers, attendees, sponsors and competitors. We look forward to hosting this event again next year.

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