Welcome to the lushest contiguous 15 acres of grass to be found in Central Oregon! The Facility is located at Camp Fraley Ranch, home to The Cascade Polo Club. The Polo Field is used exclusively by the Cascade Polo Club for lessons, tournaments, and club scrimmages and clinics.

The owners of Camp Fraley Ranch, Brad and Kami Fraley, along with field manager, Rube Evans, Jr., have put untold hours and resources into making this wonderful polo field. They raise horses and natural grass-fed angus on the ranch as well as fine grass and hay. See the Events Schedule for a link to a map to Camp Fraley Ranch.

The field is regulation size: 300 yards long by 200 yards wide. The turf provides superb footing for the horses and a smooth and lush hitting surface for the players. Adjacent to the regulation-size polo field is a 250-yard long stick and ball field with the same great turf as the regulation field.

The indoor arena firm dirt surface, slanted kneeboards, overhead lights and sprinkler system, painted goals on ends. It is ideal for teaching newcomers the sport of polo.

Boasting the only hitting cage in Oregon, it is a wooden stationary horse with slanted floor boards, from which players can learn the balance of the polo mallet, and can perfect their swing while learning all the shots. A great learning and teaching tool for the Polo School.

The facility has heavy-duty railroad tie outdoor paddocks, with open shelters, and a 20-stall barn for visiting horses.

There are a few nice spreads of grass and much smaller fields that can be used to practice polo, but Camp Fraley Ranch Polo Field is the best polo field in the Pacific Northwest. Thank you, Brad, Kami and Rube!

Camp Fraley Ranch Polo Field

Camp Fraley Ranch Polo Field. Note the typical dry Central Oregon vegetation just beyond one of the wheel-lines that waters this vast field.