Farr Park Equestrian Center and RV Campground
BREC's Farr Park Equestrian Center and RV Campground is one of the areas largest and most versatile centers for horse enthusiasts. It features indoor, outdoor, and arena (both lighted), 256 stalls, a cross-country event course, horse trails and RV campground.
The facility is located only two miles from the LSU campus and six miles from downtown Baton Rouge attractions. The campground is adjacent to the Mississippi River, located on historic River Road. It is easily accessible from Interstate 10. The campground has 108 sites (many pull-throughs) and is equipped with water and power hookups and restroom facilities.
The Farr Park RV Camground is adjacent to the Mississippi River, located on historic River Road. It is easily accessible from Interstate 10. The campground has 108 sites (mostly pull-through) and is equipped with water and 50 amp electrical hookups and restroom facilities. Guests will enjoy serene pasture views, safe and clean grounds, access to lighted pavilions, and a staff full of southern hospitality.
The country setting will make you forget that Farr Park RV Campground is located just two miles from the LSU campus; about three miles from groceries, laundry, and other daily needs; six miles from abundant downtown Baton Rouge attractions; and less than 10 miles from some of Baton Rouge's finest dining and shopping.
Our campground also boasts plenty of outdoor activity potential. Inspired by their pasture views, guests can schedule a trail ride or even a lesson, if time permits. Horse owners can rest easy knowing their horses are nice and comfortable in our Horse Hotel, while unwinding in our campground or enjoying a delicious meal downtown.
There's plenty of room for a game of catch or Frisbee. Often, our guests take advantage of our access to bike trails. The paved and lighted path on the levee provides a scenic backdrop for a walk or bike ride. Guests can walk/bike two miles on the levee to LSU's Alex Box Stadium or LaHouse. Those looking for a longer journey can easily continue on the USS Kid and the LA Art & Science Museum before heading back. Most guests unfold a blanket or a lawn chair, enjoy the horses, watch the sunset, and relax in good company.
RV sites $35/night plus tax (max. 14 nights)
Dump Station only, $10
Guided Trail Rides
BREC's Farr Park Equestrian center is proud to offer guided trail rides on select Saturdays and Sundays. Enjoy a one-hour gentle ride through the park or in the indoor arena on one of the BREC horses. This fun activity is perfect for families, groups and friends. For a list of upcoming dates for trail rides, view the Farr Park calendar or visit register.brec.org to register. For more information, call 225-769-7805
English and Western Riding Lessons
Learn how to ride a horse, or improve on your skills. Farr Park offers riding lessons to students ages 6 and older at all different levels. Group and private lessons are available by appointment.
315-4:15 p.m., 4:30-5:30 p.m. or 5:45-6:45 p.m., 7-8 p.m.
Interested in lessons? Fill out the request form at the link below and our team will follow up with you to complete your registration
Hearts & Hooves Therapeutic Riding Program
Riders ages six and older with physical, mental, and social disabilities participate in a six-week session of riding lessons tailored to their needs. Riders enjoy a one-hour class on horseback learning stretching exercises, basic equitation and games. Horseback riding is known to improve core strength and coordination and provide a unique social opportunity with peers. Maximum class sizes of 10 riders, with three instructors and up to three volunteer assistants per rider.
Mondays/ Ages 6+ / Classes at 4:30 p.m. or 6 p.m.
- Greenway/Connectivity Trail
- Nature Trails
- RV Park
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Upcoming Programs & Events
Hearts & Hooves Volunteer Orientation
Interested in volunteering for Hearts and Hooves but are nervous about the tasks or don’t fully understand the program? Come learn and have fun at Volunteer Orientation! All tasks and duties will be taught. Interact with our therapeutic horses, instructors, other volunteers, and some of the Hearts and Hooves students. Refreshments and snacks provided. High School and University students welcome!
Hearts & Hooves Orientation Day Participant Ride
New and old members of the Hearts and Hooves riding program are welcome to participate in Volunteer Orientation Day by coming out for a class before regular session begins! This is a great way for any prospective students to sample the program and meet the program horses. Please contact Forrest Richards to enroll in this special class.
Hearts & Hooves Therapeutic Riding Program
Riders aged 6 and up with physical, mental, and social disabilities participate in a six-week session of riding lessons tailored to their needs. Riders enjoy a one-hour class on horseback learning stretching exercises, basic equitation and games. Horseback riding is known to improve core strength and co-ordination and provide a unique social opportunity with peers. Maximum class sizes of 10 riders, with 2
Trot & Brew Adult Horsemanship
Adults will meet for half hour of “coffee talk” and then ride for 1 hour. Learn about horses, riding, care of the horse, etc in a fun and relaxed environment. Coffee will be provided. Basic English and Western will be taught in the program.
6402 River Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70820
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat.-Sun., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.