The Horse Park has 34 RV-hookup spaces that can accommodate large rigs. Spaces 2-15 are wooded back-in spaces with water, sewer & electricity (no horses are allowed in these spaces). The other 20 spaces are located at the islands in the parking area and have water & electricity. Long hoses and cords may be needed to access hook-ups in the parking area. There is an RV sanitary dump station available.
All RV hook-up spaces are $30/night (or $25 for members) and need to be reserved in advance. Please note: although our online system allows you to select the type of RV space, your selection is subject to availability and is not guaranteed. We assign spaces on a first-come, first-served basis, taking into account the needs of events happening at the same time. A confirmation from our booking system that a certain type of RV space is confirmed is not a guarantee that is the type of space we have actually assigned you.
The Horse Park also has dry camping available at $10 per night/per adult (or $8 for non-members). There is no charge for children under 18 yrs., however, they must have a reservation. You may stay in your rig in the parking lot or in a tent in designated areas near the stalls and RV hook-ups.
Visit our Reservations and Fees page
for details on how to book online or by paper reservation form. You must book at least 24 hours before your arrival. Please note there is a fee for any cancellations, even if cancelled well in advance; see the Reservations and Fees page for details.
All overnight campers have access to the shower building which houses 3 private showers with attached changing room and plenty of hot water! There is no additional charge for these showers, but we always appreciate a donation to help offset costs of propane and maintenance. Showers are open 24-hours.
ONLY PROPANE FIRES & BBQS are allowed, and they may only be used in gravel areas of the Horse Park, at least 8 feet from any vegetation, due to extreme danger of fire in our woodland setting. ABSOLUTELY NO burning of wood, charcoal briquettes or other flammable materials that can release cinders is allowed.
There are NO
overnight trailer ties for horses. If you are staying overnight, you MUST
reserve a stall for each horse.