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Overview of Activities
The GCIA DREAM Park hosts many local and nationally acclaimed activities, including many Horse breed shows including Paint horse, Quarter horse, Saddlebreds, Morgans, Warmbloods,equine sports shows including Reining, Mounted Games, Hunters, Jumpers, Clinics, Community Fun Days and many more. We also host Dog breed and Agility Shows and many community service and other fun events that are all open to the public. Please view our calendar for a list of upcoming events and visit our photo gallery to view pictures from past events.
We welcome you to come visit the park to enjoy your choice of the many events we have to offer.
The GCIA DREAM Park, which opened in June of 2008, was built as part of a land preservation project directed by the Gloucester County Board of Chosen Freeholders. The park which is open year round offers the opportunity to participate, enjoy and support the local equine community and the finest world class equestrians as well as a place for children and adults to develop equestrian dreams.
The equestrian park is located at 400 Route 130 South, Logan Township, NJ 08085. The Park is on an estimated 277 acres located along the Delaware River and Raccoon Creek. With shopping and hotels located only two miles from the park, the DREAM Park is the perfect location for our county and its diverse equestrian community.
The facility features a 150’ x 300’ temperature controlled indoor arena with a Bose equipped sound system, bleacher seating for 600 spectators, and a separate area for auctions, exhibits, or off season instructional clinics. The building has restrooms, and a concession area. The facility also has two show barns to accommodate 238 horses, a Clear Span indoor arena , 144’ x 120’ w/ state of the art fans & lighting, five outdoor rings, one which has state-of-the-art lighting for night events, and designated parking for trailers and RV’s with electric, water hook up, and a RV support facility with bathrooms and showers.
The GCIA DREAM Park has resident stabling which can accommodate 70 horses, with private turn outs, and a boarders only riding ring. The park offers programs including riding lessons, horse training, summer camp, and therapeutic riding.
The GCIA Dream Parks vision includes creating a positive economic impact on the local economy by expanding the impact of the equine industry to the area.
The park is owned and operated by the Gloucester County Improvement Authority.
Call for more information (856) 241-1415 Ext. 103.
Show & Festival Planners
The GCIA Dream Park is now available to organizations, clubs, businesses, special interest groups and individuals. Host your dog show, company gathering, wedding, concert, or other event at the beautiful Gloucester County Dream Park.
The Gloucester County DREAM Park is located on Rt. 130 South along the Delaware River and Raccoon Creek in Logan Township, New Jersey.
Our 277 acre space facility has many amenities to offer. The facility features an indoor arena with bleacher seating for 600 spectators, large enough to host three agility dog show courses at once, a covered arena, and a separate auction annex room for dog show crating , auctions, exhibits, or off season instructional clinics. The main building has restrooms and a concession area. The facility also has two barns to accommodate 238 show horses, five outdoor rings, including a Hunter Jumper Ring and Dressage ring ,one which has state-of-the-art lighting for night events, and designated parking for trailers and RV’s with a bath house. The DREAM Park also has 70 resident stables with two private warm up and exercise rings. A dog park for the public use is also available.
The Gloucester County Improvement Authority complies with all state and federal rules and regulations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability in admission to, access to, or operations of its programs, services, or activities. In addition, Gloucester County Improvement Authority encourages the participation of people with disabilities in its programs and activities and offers special services to all County residents 60 years of age and older. Inquiries regarding compliance may be directed to the EEO officer Carmen Trifiletti at 856-848-4002.