Trail ride on the best horse playground in Northern California  • Courtyard Games • Halloween Costume Parade • Silent Auction • Kinders BBQ Dinner • and of course, the ever popular Donkey Plop Bingo with a $1000 prize • Sierra Nevada Brewery sponsors the Knightly News Ale House featuring beer, wine, and our nearly famous hand shaken margaritas.


Free Vendor BoothAs part of the Ride and Dine Courtyard Celebration we invite anyone who buys a Ride and Dine Admission ticket to do a little Courtyard Commerce—set up a booth, table, or simply bring some business cards to share information about your business. Your business does not have to be horse-related to participate.


The Ride and Dine Courtyard Celebration is a great way to show your support for the Park and have a lot of fun while doing it. CEPF relies on your support to help build and sustain this valuable multi-community asset.


Overnight camping on Saturday night is included with your ticket!

Make a weekend out of it–Purchase Friday and/or Sunday Day Use and camping below.


Admission Tickets only $40! Get your friends or family together—5 or More Tickets for only $30 each. Tickets will be $10 more at the gate. Admission Tickets include all activities including Imperial Knights Show, Dinner and overnight camping on Saturday night. Donkey Plop tickets are an additional $25 each.


Tickets for Imperial Knight Show only are $15 each. If you buy 10 or more at a time they are only $5 each! This option does not include bringing a horse, vendor booth, Costume Parade participation, Courtyard Games, Donkey Plop Bingo or the delicious Kinders BBQ Dinner.

camelot equestrian park 11th Annual Ride and Dine October 13, 2018

This is a Fun, Fall, Family Festival and—

You get to bring your horse!

No horse—No problem.

There will be plenty of fun with

or without a horse.

Donkey Plop Bingo

Participants may purchase one or more squares at $25.00 each. There are 100 squares available for purchase. A fenced grid of 100 numbered squares is the playing field. If the Donkey plops on your square—You Win $1000! Squares are assigned by an out-of-the-hat lottery on the day of the event. Any unsold squares may be purchased at the Event.

The Costume Parade alone is worth the cost of admission!

These folks go all out. You are hereby challenged to compete. Start planning your costume now. The competition ranges from oh so cute to utterly Ghastly!

The 11th Annual is going to be just as Special !

Prepare yourself for some Courtly Antics!

October 13, 2018

Camelot Equestrian Park Foundation

1985 Clark Road, Butte Valley, CA 95965

Type of Ticket

Thank You 2017 sponsors—You are making this happen!

Tri Counties Bank • sierra Nevada Brewery • kinders bbq • les schwab–oroville •California outdoor properties • Golden Valley Bank • North State Athletic Screen Print •  Jersey’s Clips & Brews • Boot Barn • Big Lots • Brian Dollinger Farrier • Fine Art & Sea Glass Gallery • Look Ahead Veterinary Services • Lovely Layers • Mims Bakery • Mid Valley Tractor • Wilbur’s Feed • Pony Tracks • The Red Barn • Karen Vanderpool • Jo Danehy Photography • MIDWAY VINTAGE • Feather Falls Casino • PJ Davis Farrier • Carson James • Lagunitas • Miles & Lori Allen, CONNIE ANDRUSAITIS, • LASHES GLASS • Racheal maxwell • Pat Gatz Cowboy Cookies • Camelot Farms • BACK ALLEY GRAPHICS •  deer creek broad casting • costco • all about pets and equine • corning ford • deni whiting • dj feed supply • doug houston • Dr. jessie jellison • jeff crawford • kathie kohut • kendra digrazia • marisa smiley • maurya falkner • val mayfield premier design jewelry •  Dr.Scott Hood D.S.S, M.S. • Valley Truck and Tractor • Theresa Smrt •
Butte Creek Country Club • Donna Mathis–The Horse Store •  Farm star pizza • lundberg farms • jane's rustic ranch soap • Paradise Lodge • Crain Ridge-Susie Heffernan • Dutch Bros-Orland • MJB Welding • Vanella Farm Store • Shannon Hale • Happy Horse Body Work •





the 10th Annual Ride & dine was a Huge Success! Thank you all for attending!

The Best Party and Show of the Year!

Watch for details coming about

the 11th Annual Ride & Dine

 October 13, 2018

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.

"A man on a horse is spiritually, as well as physically, bigger than a man on foot."

—John Steinbeck—