Lakewood Equestrian Center

Lakewood Equestrian Center

The Lakewood Equestrian Center is a 19-acre facility located on Carson Street just west of Studebaker Rd. The city purchased the 7-acre stable in 1980. In 1986, Sandie Mercer Stables Inc. began operating the Equestrian Center. Equestrian enthusiasts can participate in a variety of activities including riding lessons, horse boarding and training.  

Special Features

  • Pony Rides
  • Summer Camps
  • Petting Zoo
  • 160 Boarding Stalls
  • 4 Training Arenas

For information about programs and services, contact the office at 562-425-1905

Lakewood Equestrian Center User’s Survey

In an effort to direct decision making, the city developed a user’s survey for patrons of the Lakewood Equestrian Center. A community meeting was held on Jan. 30 at Mae Boyar Park to hear first-hand from users, their comments, concerns and opinions about the state of the facility and management practices of the current concessionaire, sub-contracted services and training staff. The event was highly attended and the feedback proved invaluable to city staff. 

View results of the user’s survey here.

City-led improvements

View a list of improvements led by the City of Lakewood since 2016.



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