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The Park began as a dream to create a magical place, like the Camelot of King Arthur, where horse-lovers can enjoy their animals with unbridled enthusiasm.

You will find it Here.

Camelot Equestrian Park
Camelot Equestrian Park in Butte Valley, Northern California has miles of meandering horse and hiking trails, picnic areas, a beautiful shaded campground, turnouts and paddocks for traveling horses, dressage arenas, stadium jumping arena, a cross-country course, gymkhana arena, and much more.

Camelot is an equestrian destination site for the entire western region. When fully built, the horse park will host competitions in dressage, driving, endurance, eventing, reining, show jumping, vaulting, cutting, polo, ride and tie, trail trials, rodeo and more.

Helping to Build the Dream
Camelot Equestrian Park Foundation (CEPF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The mission of CEPF is to provide challenging learning experiences that enable youth and adults to become knowledgeable and skilled in horsemanship.


Check out what's new at Camelot!

July 3–5 2015 United States Eventing Association
Inaugural Event at Camelot








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Camelot Equestrian Park provides CEPF an ideally located site in Northern California. With 1,600 acres nestled between dramatic butte formations, the equestrian park serves a real need for the preservation of land for equestrian use.

CEPF is dedicated to assist those who love, ride, and compete with horses, and to preserve this land for equine use by helping to build and sustain a first rate equestrian facility.

We are looking forward to seeing you enjoying all that Camelot has to offer. Remember, each time you ride at Camelot you are helping to build the dream.

Thank You very much for your continued support!



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