About The Dream Park

Dream Park


Welcome to the Gloucester County DREAM Park. We are proud to offer this state-of-the-art equestrian complex to all equestrian disciplines and to the community at large.

The land on which this park is constructed was slated in 2000 by the Army Corps of Engineers to be a dredge spoil dumping site, but the Gloucester County Board of Commissioners felt strongly that there was a need for parkland in this area of the county, and a need for a world-class equestrian facility in our region. Today we are proud to call this location home to the Gloucester County DREAM Park.

The Gloucester County DREAM Park was created to provide opportunities for those who own horses to have a place to participate in shows and competitions, and also as a place to allow the public to experience the magnificence and beauty of these animals first hand. This Park is also a source of educational opportunities for the equestrian community, those with special needs, and for any individual interested in learning more about horses.

The DREAM Park respects the natural resources offered by our unique location and provides opportunities for all visitors to view, utilize and benefit from the natural beauty of our area. Gloucester County is proud to carry on the rich equestrian and agricultural traditions that have been native to Gloucester County since it was founded in 1686. We hope you enjoy your time at the DREAM Park and come back to visit us often.

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