About Us
Our Mission
Chastain Horse Park is a premier equestrian facility dedicated to serving riders of all skill levels from beginner, intermediate, to advanced, as well as riders with cognitive, physical or mental disabilities through our Therapeutic Program and inner city and at-risk children with our Outreach Program. We develop and strengthen skills in the areas of awareness, focus, leadership, team playing, confidence, coordination, courage, friendships and fun along with superb hunter equitation skills and abilities.
Our Location
4371 Powers Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30327

Phone: (404) 252-4244
Fax: (404) 252-1106
Our History
Chastain Horse Park occupies 13 acres of the City of Atlanta's Chastain Memorial Park. It is located in the heart of the Atlanta’s Buckhead community and is an influential asset to the area.

Originally called the Buckhead Stables, it was built in 1939 and served as an historic landmark facility for almost six decades until 1997 when the facility had reached the end of its days. After extensive redevelopment, Chastain Horse Park re-opened in the summer of 1999.

The horse park includes three barns and four arenas serving the Therapeutic and Hippo-therapy Lesson Programs, Lesson Riding Program, Summer and Holiday Camps, Pony Birthday Parties, along with serving competition and pleasure riders. There are currently five PATH (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) trainers, and ten lesson, competition and camp trainers. In addition, there is a team of Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist and Speech-Language Pathologists for Hippo-therapy. Our barns have a capacity for 65 horses, for both Chastain’s own school horses and independently owned boarder horses. Our Clubhouse offers offices and banquet facilities. Barn managers reside on the premises.

In 1999, the Development Authority of Fulton County awarded their "Economic Development Award for Excellence in Business" to Chastain Horse Park.

Privately operated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Chastain Horse Park relies on the community for volunteer and funding support. Donations are 100% tax-deductible as allowed by law.