McLendon Hills Equestrian Center

Features of The Equestrian Center include a fully outfitted 24-stall central barn with a climate-controlled rider’s lounge, kitchen amenities, large shower, and restroom; 3 outdoor rings, including dressage riding area, lighted riding area, and hilltop ring with show-quality jumps – each with all-weather footing; run-in sheds; and more than 20 acres allotted for grazing. All of this is surrounded by over 8-1/2 miles of bridle trails beginning and ending at the Center, and gently traversing woods, fields, hills, and streams throughout An afternoon trail ride along miles of bridle paths throughout McLendon Hills.

Details:

  • 3 outdoor rings with all-weather footing
  • lighted riding area
  • 8.5 miles of bridle trails
  • 1 ring = 120′ x 120′
  • 1 ring = 200′ x 180′
  • 1 ring = 120m x 60m
Policies: Individual insurance recommended. Call for schedule. 
Phone: (910) 673-4971

Address: 275 McLendon Hills Dr., West End, NC27376

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Convention & Visitors Bureau Pinehurst, Southern Pines, Aberdeen Area

65 Community Road
Pinehurst, NC 28374
1-800-346-5362
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