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WARNING: All the rain has left swampy areas with stagnant water on the trails which has caused a severe mosquito infestation around the park. We recommend fly/bug spray for you and your animals.


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Located at:
19224 N. Tatum Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ
602-330-5553

Click HERE for directions to HLP

Horse Lovers Park is run by Horse Lovers Management Corporation (HLMC) which is a non profit organization.

  Park Hours
* PARK WILL BE CLOSED FOR OPEN ARENA WHEN TEMPS REACH 110 OR HIGHER or WHEN RAINING/ARENAS TOO WET FOR RIDING 
closures marked on calendar

August 2014
                       
Please see the calendar for detailed info on our open arena days and events

          

Arena Hours 

Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs  Fri     Sat
6am-11am
CLOSED CLOSED
6pm-9pm

7pm-10pm 
9am-2pm
 *check calendar for open arena availability
                                                                                       

*click on calendar tab above to see if arenas are available for "Drop In" use on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
(arenas may be rented for events)

Please remember this park is run by an all volunteer staff - let us know if you would like to help!
Horse Lovers Park provides grass roots organizations and community programs such as The Horse Tales (was Black Stallion) Literacy Program, Special Olympics, 4H and other clubs/organizations a facility to hold their events.

Horse Lovers Park provides a place for children to play, learn, compete and grow.
It gives children a chance to learn the
"Cowboy Way".  

HONOR
INTEGRITY
RESPECT
RESPONSIBILITY
HONESTY
WORK ETHIC
A BELIEF IN GOD

You do not need a horse to be a cowboy!

The children are our future - the future of our community and our world.

Ross Libonati

Goals - Vision Statement


To keep HLP open and operational.

To keep HLP available to grass roots clubs and community programs like The Horse Tales (was Black Stallion) Literacy Program, Special Olympics and many other programs that bring horses and people together in a loving, learning atmosphere.

Providing a quality facility for clubs and groups to learn and compete.

To Improve the facilities at HLP to accommodate multi day events. Possibly even having boarding facilities.

To provide for the community a place for the non equine groups such as cub scouts, boy scouts, runners/joggers, bicyclists, dog walkers and people who just enjoy coming out to watch the different events.

GOALS :

covered arena

barns/stalls

electric/rv hook ups

Keep HLP low cost even in these trying economic times

To be available for any childhood development groups who need a place for an event.




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