Volunteers are the best!
Say "Thank You!" to any volunteers you encounter whenever you are at the Park... did you know that is how ALL the work around Sunset Farm Park gets done? Yes, it's true and it has been that way since 1995 -- Robbie Harris
The cross country jumps will no longer be available for public schooling at will due to changes in available insurance coverage. More information when we have it.
No riding on the private gravel road that marks the north edge of the cross country field. We wish to be good neighbors and the gravel road is NOT part of the Park. It is an easement to the two private homes at the back of the Park property.
Fall/ Winter/Early Spring Field Closure
When the moisture in the soil approaches a certain level, we remove the portable jumps and close the field to horses for safety and to prevent damage to the footing. Field condition information is on the top right of the home page.
About the Friends of Sunset Farm:
The Friends of Sunset Farm, a non-profit organization, was formed for the purpose of providing assistance to the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department in order to support, maintain and fundraise for the Whatcom County public equestrian park known as “Sunset Farm Park."
The Parks Department has had a very limited budget for Sunset Farm for a number of years and is only able to provide a minimum of mowing around the parking area and the porta-potty. All other maintenance and improvements are provided for through the Friends of Sunset Farm.
You can view more information about the park at the Whatcom County Parks website.
Location: 7981 Blaine Rd., Blaine, WA 98230 (map below)
NOTE: Please follow the rules posted at the park (see copy at the bottom of this page).
Below are the posted rules at the park. Please note that dogs are allowed on-leash only.