Overview and FAQs

Recreational Users vs. Event Attendees

 

Recreational Users

The Park is a great place for a relaxing getaway, whether it’s just for a quick ride or to spend a few days with your friends.   A “recreational user” is anyone visiting the Park who is not involved in a show, camp, clinic or other organized activity listed on our Events Calendar.  Recreational uses include trail riding, riding in the arenas (currently limited to the outdoor arenas), using the trail obstacle course and staying overnight.    A special type of recreational riding is Cross Country Schooling and that has its own requirments (click here).

Regular Members and Season Pass holders receive reduced rates for recreational use while also supporting the Park.  All fees are "ala carte"; for example, unlike at some other facilities, the Park’s arena/trail fee is in addition to renting a stall.

No recreational use is allowed during certain large events when the Park is at capacity.  Please check the Events Calendar before making your reservation.

Everyone entering the Park to handle a horse must sign a liability release online by clicking here or at the Park before unloading. A parent or legal guardian must sign for youth under 18 years of age.

 

 

Event Attendees

This includes anyone at the Park in connection with an organized event such as a show, camp, or clinic.

Please visit our Event Registration page to view a calendar and for more information on how to register for a specific event.

Event fees may vary from the Park’s published recreational rates, and membership discounts DO NOT APPLY during organized events. 

 

 

Make Your Reservations

If you are a member then click here otherwise click here to go to our online store .

 

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The Washington State Horse Park offers an expansive, beautiful competition and riding facility with amenities designed for multi-discipline.

 

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