The Bucks County Horse Park is a unique facility dedicated to providing educational opportunities through competition for all equestrians and to the preservation of open space. The 123 acre Park is located in Revere, Pennsylvania, and is a self-sustaining part of the Bucks County Park System. Bucks County Horse Park, Inc. is the corporate entity which wholly manages and funds the grounds for the Bucks County Parks and Recreation Department. BCHP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. The Park is open 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset.
Bucks County Horse Park was formed in 1987 and incorporated in 1991 as a private, non-profit organization. The acreage was purchased in January, 2004, from Kurt and Barbara Schneider as part of Bucks County’s long term initiative to preserve open space against intense development pressure. The Park depends on membership dues and revenue from over 50 events held each year to support the costs of maintaining the trails and facilities.
Our mission is to serve the amateur equestrian with a year round facility offering high quality recreational, competitive and educational experiences in a variety of disciplines; to manage and improve the facility: enhancing open space, practicing stewardship in land management, and to maintain the traditions and natural environs of Bucks County.
Bucks County Horse Park is a safe and peaceful venue with excellent facilities. There are two large show rings with practice show jumps, a dressage ring with rubber footing, and an all-purpose ring. BCHP has a multi-level cross-country course over varied terrain – including banks, ditches, and a water complex. The Park also boasts a grass stadium jumping area. There is a large pavilion, secretary and judges’ buildings and excellent all-weather parking. The trail system covers over 25 miles of paths and includes some all-weather and driving trails. The facility is available for rental. For rental information, please contact the Park office at 610-847-8597.
There are over 50 events held annually at the Park. These have been organized to provide competitive opportunities for all levels of riders in a wide range of disciplines. They include a USDF show series, driving events, jumper shows, USEA and schooling horse trials, and pace events. There is also a summer Thursday Morning Horse Show series and a Tuesday Evening Dressage Show series.