Why you should donate to Camelot

Camelot Equestrian Park Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization

Your Donations help to:

Preserve this land for equestrian use

Provide safe shelter during disaster evacuations

Maintain and improve the facility

Protect and preserve the rich legacy of horses

We are currently raising funds for project shelter covered arena:


The goal of Project Shelter is to provide covered shelter for displaced horses and other animals during Disaster Evacuations. Because of you and other generous donors, along with the North Valley Animal Disaster Group (NVADG) we have made great strides in improving the Large Animal Evacuation Center at Camelot Equestrian Park.


We have installed enough covered stalls to house up to 74 more evacuated horses. We have improved the ingress and egress to these new stalls. We have provided an area near the new stalls where NVADG has erected two buildings to store their trailer and equipment allowing for immediate set up should an evacuation situation occur.


Our efforts are not complete.


The tragedy of the Camp Fire has given us a real education about preparedness and has strengthened our resolve that serving as the Butte County Large Animal Disaster Evacuation Center is a crucial need. Your donation is a very important part of our ability to reach our goal of preparedness. Words cannot express our gratitude for your help.


We are currently raising funds to add a year round use covered arena. The arena can be used for feed storage during a disaster, year round volunteer training by NVADG and for possible small animal disaster housing.

Help us fill the  horse shoe. We currently have $85,000 in dedicated funds toward the covered arena. Help us reach our goal of $350,000.

You make the difference.

By making a tax-deductible donation to the Camelot Equestrian Park a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization you are directly supporting the land preservation, equine safety, education and the economic growth of our community. We appreciate your gift, it is vital to sustaining and growing the Park we all enjoy.


Be a part of growth at the Park.

Charitable contributions to the Camelot Equestrian Park Foundation provide the support necessary for the Park to fulfill its primary mission.


CEPF needs your help!

The realization of Camelot requires substantial funding. Equestrian schooling and competition facilities are being built, equipped, and maintained. The ability to host successful competitions requires a safe, professionally built and maintained facility. All funds donated to the Foundation will be used to fulfill our mission of providing challenging learning experiences for all levels and disciplines of horsemanship.


We need dedicated benefactors and volunteers.

In addition to financial contributions there are many things you can do to help:


Publicity and Community Outreach • Fundraising

• Show Volunteers • Donate Prizes • Donate Equipment

• Attend Advisory Committee meetings •

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Make your donation on line or send your donation by mail.

You choose the amount you wish to donate. All donations help —small or large.


Please send your check or money order made payable to:

CEPF DONATIONS • P.O. Box 7804 • Chico, CA 95927


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Round Table Up to $499   •   Excalibur $499–$999  •  Noble Knight $1,000–$9,999   •   Merlin $10,000-$49,000   •  Guinevere $50,000–$249,000  • King Arthur $250,000+

We welcome you to designate how you would like your contribution to be used. You will directly influence the growth of the park by your generous contribution.

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$350K covered arena goal


We are preserving this land and the future of horse and horse sports in Northern California.

This campaign raises unrestricted funds to meet the immediate operating and maintenance needs of Camelot Equestrian Park. It is essential for bridging the gap between earned income and the annual expenses of the park.

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