Equestrian Center

Horse grazing at Lakewood Equestrian Center

The Lakewood Equestrian Center (LEC) is a public equestrian facility located at 11369 East Carson St., Lakewood, CA 90715.

The equestrian center's primary functions are boarding and training horses and providing riding lessons. The boarding and training facility is open to the public, seven days a week, from dawn to dusk. 

The site also has access to miles of trails along the San Gabriel River trail system, the city's own Nature Trail along the westerly side of the San Gabriel River and the adjacent Rynerson Park.

Learn about all the activities, programs and services for children, teens and adults at the Lakewood Equestrian Center below or visit their website.

Boarding information

The equestrian center's primary functions are boarding and training horses and providing riding lessons. Presently, the facility can board up to 206 horses and training disciplines include Dressage, Western Pleasure and Hunter/Jumpers.

Call the main office at 562-281-9024 or send an email to lakewoodequestrian@gmail.com.

For current pricing of boarding services, along with photos and videos of facility programs and activities, visit the Lakewood Equestrian Center’s Facebook page at @equinelakewood.

The site also has access to miles of trails along the regional multi-use San Gabriel River trail system, the city's own Nature Trail along the westerly side of the San Gabriel River and the adjacent Rynerson Park. 

Pony rides, petting zoo, camps, birthday parties

Through Pony Time, a private company, the equestrian center also promotes a petting zoo, pony rides, camps, birthday parties and special events for families. 

Pony Time is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for pony rides and animal feeding.

Trail rides and lessons for children are available by appointment. Call the office at 1-562-916-7669 to schedule an appointment.

For current pricing and service updates visit Pony Time’s Facebook page @ponytimeatlakewoodequestriancenter

Riding lessons for adults and children age 7+

Shoestring City Ranch - equine education for youth

Shoestring City Ranch, an equine therapy program, helps abandoned horses and introduces youth to the technical and interpersonal skills needed to care for an animal.

It is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit, 100% volunteer-run organization that focuses on equine education through the use of rescued horses.

For program schedule and details call 562-818-7930 or visit Shoestring City Ranch’s Facebook page @shoestringcityranchforkids or website at www.shoestringcityranch.org