Manito Equestrian Center
2160 North Cedar Crest Blvd, Allentown, PA 18104
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610.433.3707 | email

"Great location in Lehigh Valley. Over 60 acres of preserved farmland in a prime location. Very knowledgeable and friendly instructors."

- Manito Client

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We recently received a grant from the Outdoor Recreation Fund for Youth of the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation to help local Allentown children attend our 2016 Summer Camp Program. We want to thank the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation for their continued support. To learn more please visit

Our next volunteer training will be held on Sunday May 15. Visit the events page for more information.

Manito Equestrian Center

Manito Equestrian Center is a year-round equestrian facility located on a scenic 60 acre preserved farm in Allentown, Pennsylvania. We strive to provide the best possible experience for every rider, regardless of their age or ability. While our first priority is safety, our main goal is to have fun and enjoy horses.

Horses and riders alike are sure to love our beautiful farm. With a historic bank barn featuring lovely dutch door stalls, a 90 x 140 foot indoor arena for all weather riding, a large outdoor arena, seven separate turnout fields lush with grass, and acres of trails, we are able to provide a soothing and relaxing atmosphere for both our two-legged and four-legged friends.

Our farm offers a variety of services, including riding lessons from beginner to the advanced levels, leasing programs, summer day camp, saddle club for kids, scout badge programs, birthday parties, and full boarding services. We are currently accepting new lesson students, summer camp applications, and boarders.

Manito Life Center

Manito Equestrian Center is also the site of Manito Life Center, a 501(c)(3) Corporation dedicated to helping at-risk children through equine assisted and complementary holistic therapies.

"Love of animals is a universal impulse, a common ground on which all of us may meet. By loving and understanding animals, perhaps we as humans shall come to understand each other."

- Dr. Louis J. Camuti

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