Looking for PrimeEquestrian Propertywhere you can board your horses on your property? Welcome to an Equestrians dream in Rancho Cucamonga ~ Alta Loma! Located at the base of the Cucamonga Peaks, you will find amazing homeswith half acre lots where you can keep your horses at home!
Areas in Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma and Etiwanda are zoned to allow for horses unless a specific development has CC&R's restricting horse improvements. The basis for the number of horses per property is one horse per 10,000 sq. ft. of land which for the most part amounts to two horses per 1/2 acre. However, the horse facilities themselves must be at least 70' away from the adjacent land owner's personal dwelling or livable area of their residence (excludes garage space). The properties in Etiwanda that you are referring to such as Rancho Estates allow for horses, even encourage them however, the horse are kept off the resident's property and placed in a community facility located within the community.
There are horse trails that run throughout Alta Loma and Etiwanda almost like the basic artery of the city's plan forequestrian properties. Please check with the city of Rancho Cucamonga, specifically the Engineering Dept. and Planning Division at (909) 477-2750 when purchasing a property within Alta Loma, Rancho Cucamonga and Etiwanda for specific zoning regulations, horse trail easements and maintenance and how it may or may not impact your home buying decision. Alta Loma area is ideal for the horse lover and border.
Equestrian Facility is Available for Drop In Use and is also Reservable for Horse Shows.
Parties areNOTallowed at the Equestrian Center.
Available features include:
- Show Office
- Concession Stand
- 2 lunging pens
- 1 Western Arena - 295' x 150'
- 1 Dressage Arena - 220' x 90'
- Permanent Trail Coursein Nature TrailArea(West of Equestrian Center)
- Equestrian Trail Access
- Hitching Rails
- Water Troughs
Heritage Park Equestrian CenterRules and Regulations
- Under no circumstances are horses allowed to run loose in arenas. Round pens are the designated location for turning horses out.(R.C.M.C 12.04.010)
- Be courteous to other users.
- Never leave horses unattended.
- Use of this facility is at your own risk.
- Arena gates must be closed when in use.
- Tie horses to designated hitching posts, not arena fencing.
- Keep the rail free for users.
- Helmets are required when practicing jumps.
- Pass other horses carefully and with adequate space.
- No unauthorized vehicles allowed.
- No person is authorized to provide instruction, teach lessons or sell any items for a fee without written authorization from the Community Services Department.(R.C.M.C 12.04.020).
Facilities can be reserved by permit through the City of Rancho Cucamonga, Community Services Department.
Please report any damages or issues to the City of Rancho Cucamonga, Community Services Department, (909)-477-2760.