Dressage Arena *NEW*

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Last year we introduced our riding community to our new Cross Country Course, and it’s been very well received. What if jumping isn’t your thing? Do you love the art of Dressage? If you are more interested in achieving the harmonious, fluid movement that only comes from many hours of connecting with your equine partner, then you will love our addition to the park.

This year we have added a permanent 20X60 meter dressage arena for your enjoyment. Perched in the field overlooking a gorgeous pond and fountain, you can ride your test to perfection. This is a great way to prepare for your next competition in a standard large arena.

If you’ve paid your fees to ride in the dressage arena, you are also welcome to jump the cross country course, or hack out around the park.

Contact Us

  1. Susan Eggert


    Park Director

    Mary Devine


    Equestrian Director

    3700 Limestone Rd.
    Wilmington, DE 19808
    (302) 995-7670


    Park Hours

    Open daily, dawn until dusk

Hours of Operation

The Dressage course will reopen in spring


Where Do I Park?

Enter the park from Limestone Road and turn right at the break in the white fencing. You’ll see large “Horse Trailer Parking” signs. This will be grass parking for our first season but we are making improvements to make your experience more enjoyable. Please bear with us.

                                                      What is the Cost?           

40 per rider/per horse/per day, includes dressage, cross country or hacking out.

You will find liability waivers in the run-in shed. Please complete the waiver and enclose your check or cash in the envelope and place it in the lock-box inside the run-in shed.

Please note: the payment box is monitored by security camera.


What are the Rules?

  • Liability waivers must be signed and payment placed in the lock-box before you take your horse off the trailer. Any violations will result in ejection from the course.

  • Riders may not school alone!

  • Coggins accession number will be required on the waiver.

  • All riders must wear an ASTM/SEI helmet, protective vest and boots.

  • Parking of trucks and horse trailers in designated area only.

  • Riders are responsible for control of their horses at all times.

Important Information

  • Bring water for your horses to drink as well as sponging down after riding.

  • Medical arm bands are highly recommended for safety.

  • Portable toilets are located in the trailer parking area.