Helping to build the dream.
Camelot Equestrian Park Foundation (CEPF) is organized exclusively to be charitable, educational, and to foster national and international amateur sports competition. The specific purpose in furtherance of CEPF's charitable objective is to facilitate educational and challenging experiences at Camelot Equestrian Park located on a large family farm and land preserve dedicated to agricultural, equestrian and recreational use. These experiences enable youth and adults to become knowledgeable and skilled in horsemanship. CEPF promotes competition in equestrian sports primarily by conducting amateur competitions in equestrian events. Additionally by hosting clinics CEPF helps to develop amateur athletes for such competitions. To accomplish our mission, CEPF will perform but not be limited to the following activities:
The Vision for the Park is to be a premier equestrian competition site, as well as a tourist destination by conducting local, national, and international amateur competitions.
Because of you—we are preserving this land and the future of horse sports in Northern California.
We are realizing our vision by being watchful stewards of this valuable resource. Through thoughtful planning, and the laying of a solid sustainable foundation we are designing a facility with riders, non-riders, spectators, and the surrounding communities in mind.
The park’s activities bolster the economies of the surrounding communities while preserving much needed open space for use by families, horse enthusiasts, and nature lovers. The Park serves as a community recreation center providing, riding, hiking, picnic sites, and camping. Additionally, the facilities may be used from time to time for non-equestrian events such as animal shows, fairs, and other broad-based community events. All these elements combine to make the park an important asset to not only the immediate community, but to the entire western region.
Expand and enhance Camelot Equestrian Park to become a multi-discipline equestrian park facility designed to promote the development of amateur equestrians and capable of holding competitions in all seven Federation Equestre Internationale (FEI) disciplines.
Work with other non-profit organizations with similar goals such as horse rescue/adoption organizations, therapeutic riding, Pony Club, and young and adult rider organizations.
Educate the public about horses and horse care, through instruction, clinics, and service as a local and regional center for equine information.
Demonstrate by example, the importance of preserving open space for equestrian use with an emphasis on sustainability and compatibility with the environment.
Volunteers and donations have made this beautiful park thrive.
Everything we achieve is because of generous individuals that share our vision and dedication.