Haig Point’s private Equestrian facility offers a range of services and activities for members and guests to enjoy. On a daily basis, we offer private and/or group lessons in English or Western seats, trail riding on beautiful Daufuskie Island and pony rides for the youngest horse admirers. We also offer full boarding services to Members who own their own horse.
The Equestrian Center at Haig Point is a charming Lowcountry facility that is perfect for private horse owners and trail riders. We have a 12-stall barn, complete with tack room, lounge, restroom, office and wash/groom stalls. The stables are on three acres, which are tediously manicured. Boarding includes daily pasture maintenance to provide horses with adequate grazing. We have four turnout pastures as well as a riding arena and a round pen. We are fully staffed seven days a week to provide you and your horses with special attention and care.
Daily Equestrian Activities
We offer several activities daily for riders of all ages and experience levels. Instruction is available in English and Western seats in both a private and group setting. Our experienced instructors are available to assess your riding style and abilities and help you to improve as a rider.
We are one of the few places you can trail ride on the beach. Experienced riders can enjoy a brisk canter down the long stretch of white sandy beaches. Take a moment to allow your horse to wade in the surf and splash in the tide. In addition to our Bloody Point Beach Trail we have several trails for beginner to intermediate riders that take in the natural untapped beauty of Haig Point and Daufuskie Island.
For the young buckaroos in the family, we offer pony rides and pony lessons. This is a great way to introduce children to horseback riding and the enjoyment horses can bring.
The objective of our Kids’ Camp is to provide fun and safe activities for children and grandchildren, ages 5-12 years old. This camp includes horseback riding, golf, tennis, trips to the Bloody Point Beach, naturalist excursions, archery, crafts and more. Camp counselors are CPR/First Aid certified and have several years experience overseeing camp activities.