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Laurel Hill Equestrian Center

  • Address:
    8400 Lorton Rd
    Lorton, VA 22079
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The Laurel Hill Equestrian Center is a unique public/private funding venture between Fairfax County Parks and local horse groups. It stands in the shadow of the old dairy barn at Lorton Reformatory, but holds nothing but promise for a bright future. The ring and parking are the first phase of a new facility that will serve equestrians (now open!).


The plan to develop the full facility continues, which will eventually include a 60-stall barn for lesson horses. The barn will be attached to a large indoor arena to accommodate lessons and activities year-round. In addition, long-range goals include outdoor arenas, a round pen, turn-out paddocks, fenced fields, and trails. For more information and/or how you can help make this become a reality, visit www.flhec.org.