ISLAND 22 EQUESTRIAN SOCIETY

Chilliwack, BC, Canada

Welcome to the Island 22 Equestrian Park
Established in 1988

Park Hours

May 1 - Oct 14: 6 am to sunset, daily

Oct 15-Apr 30: 7 am to sunset daily



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The Island 22 Equestrian Society is a non-profit organization that is run by volunteers. Any revenue generated is put back into the facilities at the park. The Island 22 Equestrian Society maintains the equestrian park along with the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD). The society also organized the annual Island 22 Horse Trials during Labour day long weekend, as well as some jumper days throughout the year.

Island 22 is a regional park located along the edge of the Fraser River in Chilliwack, British Columbia,. It is a very diverse park with a boat launch, a bike park, an off leash dog walking area, as well as the equestrian park on the other side of the dyke. 
The equestrian park has become one of the main training grounds for riders in the Fraser Valley. It is a safe, affordable and beautiful site for all users to enjoy. The park has been around for over 30 years and has lots of history with the equestrian community. 

   

ALL DOGS (EVEN IF HORSEPROOF) MUST BE ON A LEASH AT ALL TIMES WHILE IN THE EQUESTRIAN PARK

Upcoming Events
2020: The Annual Island 22 Horse Trials 

2019-09-27
Park is open
Gatehouse: Open, pay parking active, $10 per trailer, $50 for year pass
Mosquitoes: No
Flooding: None 
Mowing: August 16 2019

Cross Country jumps are limited during off season. Please do not over jump and be aware of footing and fallen branches.

Rings- Stadium jumps in the front ring. Jumps donated by the Society. DO NOT TOUCH THE POLES AND WINGS IN THE STORAGE SHED. TAMPERING WITH THESE WILL RESULT IN ALL STADIUM JUMPS BEING REMOVED FOR PRACTICE USE.

Trailers must park in front parking lot. Please pick up any manure and hay from parking lot.

Reminder there is NO overnight camping allowed in the park without park rental. Contact Fraser Valley Regional District for details.