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OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park

OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park

As the home of Canada’s largest horse riding community, Caledon is a town that lives and breathes the excitement of equestrian competitions.

The publicly-owned equestrian park, already considered a world-class facility, is undergoing upgrades and improvements for the Games in three phases of construction.

The improvements and upgrades at the OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park include:

  • A main stadium building that offers great opportunities for legacy community use.
  • Permanent spectator seating.
  • A new Grand Prix ring that meets International Equine Federation (FEI) standards, warm-up rings and training areas.
  • Top-of-the-line footing installed in the Grand Prix ring and warm-up rings.
  • An indoor competition and warm-up riding arena for winter use.
  • Improved stabling.
  • Upgraded site services.
  • And other equestrian related amenities, such as future blacksmith and veterinary areas.

Competitions at OLG Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park

Transportation

Address

200 Pine Avenue,
Caledon, ON

  • Walk, Wheel or Cycle

    Walk, Wheel or Cycle

    The roadway leading up to this venue is pedestrian friendly. Bicycle parking is available near Buckstown Trail, east of the spectator entrance. Bicycles are stored at the owner’s risk.

  • Driving

    Driving

    General and accessible parking is available off-site at Albion Hills Conservation Area (16500 Highway 50, Palgrave). Parking costs $10 and only cash is accepted.

    Accessible parking must be pre-booked at least 24 hours before your event. To pre-book your space, visit TORONTO2015.org/spectator/accessible-parking or call 1.844.695.4313. The call centre is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    An accessible shuttle is available to/from the venue from the off-site parking lot at the Albion Hills Conservation Area.

    The Games 2015 Trip Planner is a smart and interactive auto trip planner that will guide you around road closures, banned turns and other traffic measures around venues. This is your best tool to plan your driving journey to the Games.

    Alert

    Pine Avenue is closed at Highway 50 from July 10 to 25.

  • Transit

    Transit

    Conventional transit is not available to this venue. To take transit to a carpool meeting spot, use Triplinx to plan your journey: triplinx.ca.

    Accessible transit

    Dedicated accessible transit is available to this venue. To book your trip, use the Call One service:

    1.844.PARA ONE (844.727.2663)

    TTY: 1.877.244.5002

    The call centre is open from 6 a.m. to midnight throughout the Games, and trips can be booked up to seven days before your event.

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