Kachemak Bay Equestrian Association
Kachemak Bay Equestrian Association
Homer, Alaska
P.O. Box 3120
Homer, AK 99603-3120

Phone: 907-235-8214
E-mail:
kbayea@gmail.com
www.kbayequestrian.org
URL: http://www.kbayequestrian.org

Last updated: April 3 2013
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Cottonwood Horse Park
For our kids
For our community
For our future
Sponsored by the Kachemak Bay Equestrian Association, Cottonwood Horse
Park will promote and encourage activities in the community through educational,
recreational, therapeutic, and youth programs. The development of a
non-motorized, multi-use park and riding arena will provide a safe environment for
interaction between the general public and equine enthusiasts. This park will also
provide access to new and existing non-motorized trails in the area.
Located 1.5 miles from downtown Homer on East End Road, Homer, Alaska, Cottonwood Horse Park is strategically located
near the Jack Gist Recreational Park for softball.
Click here for Park Rules.
The project includes the construction of a 130' X 200' outdoor arena,
restroom facilities, parking and picnic facilities for bicyclists, hikers,
animal enthusiasts and the general public. The park is located on a 3.2
acre parcel of land. This project is the culmination of a years-long
search for a site for a horse park, by members of the lower Kenai
Peninsula horse community.
Kachemak Bay Equestrian Association has its
own 501c3.
Contributions for Cottonwood
Horse Park can be made to KBEA and will be
fully deductible.
Click here for more contribution
information
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Homer, Alaska
A Multi-Use Park and Riding Facility
Cottonwood Horse Park Links
Equine enthusiasts working together to create a safe place for adults and children in the community, to learn to ride and care for horses.
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