Indiana’s finest Equine show facility is the Hoosier Horse Park, located in the center of Johnson County Park along Schoolhouse Road. The facility hosted the 1987 Pan American Games Equestrian Events, and the 2001 World Police and Fire Games.
Hoosier Horse Park sits on more than 200 acres, including a beautifully landscaped Level 4 Cross Country Course. This course is available for riders to experience and train for only $40 per horse or for $25 for I.E.A. and Indiana Whips and Wheels Members. You must have a signed waiver on file at the Johnson County Park Office before riding.
The course is closed several weeks out of the year due to horse shows and other area rentals. It is very important that you call and find out closing dates before visiting the course.
Take I-65 South to Exit 90 (Franklin). Go west on SR 44 to U.S. Hwy. 31. Turn left onto U.S. 31 (South). Go 5 miles to SR 252 West and turn right. (Just before you turn you’ll see a HUGE rocking chair at Long’s Furniture World.) Take SR 252 West for two miles to County Road 325 East and turn left. You will see Johnson County Park/Hoosier Horse Park signs at the turn. Johnson County Park is located 2 miles south on that road, which becomes Schoolhouse Road. If you reach Camp Atterbury Military Base and Hospital Road, you have gone too far.
Take I-65 North to Exit 76-B (Edinburgh). You will see Edinburgh Outlet Mall. Go to the third traffic light, counting the one at the mall, and turn left at the 3rd light, Hospital Road/ E 800S. You will see Camp Atterbury, Johnson County Park and Hoosier Horse Park signs as you approach. Go 3 miles west to Schoolhouse Road and turn right.
Intersections in the park on Schoolhouse Road have signage marking our facilities.
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