The Wallace Bridge Vision

Oregon will soon be home to one of the finest equestrian resorts in the world. Located in the plush rolling foothills of Oregon's Coast Range Mountains, Wallace Bridge will set a new standard within the equestrian world and will become the new go to place for a truly unique experience.

Wallace Bridge will provide an authentic old world atmosphere that starts with an elegant entryway to the site. A beautifully detailed gatehouse and roundabout with its central fountain set the tone as guests enter a spectacular equestrian retreat. As the site unfolds it is apparent that this is truly a special place.

Its expansive 300+ acre site will provide two state of the art polo fields, gallop track , steeple chase facilities, and a complete array of support facilities including stables, vehicle and spacious motor home accommodations and future 5 star resort accommodations. In addition Wallace Bridge enjoys a direct connection to literally thousands of acres of adjacent farm land for a real hunt and hound experience.

The Wallace Bridge Commons will in many respects set this experience apart from anything else. At the heart of the master plan, the Commons will provide a unique selection of goods and services all contained within carefully hand crafted buildings and cobblestone plazas that rival the most elegant European town squares.

Services include a Farm Stand that will provide the visitor the latest selection of locally grown fruits and vegetables. A bakery serves up fresh pastries early each morning. An adjacent dairy barn including cows, goats, pigs and chickens will provide fresh milk, cheese, eggs, and meat.

Wallace Bridge will have a brewpub providing fine hand crafted beers, a fine wine tasting facility and even a distillery to complete a truly authentic homegrown experience.

The equestrian enthusiast will have a first class blacksmith and saddlery at their disposal.

Accommodations will be provided in a spectacular resort facility that will enjoy a magnificent view. View a brochure here.
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