All our activities take place in a beautiful location in North Newport NH at a facility that has 2 indoor arenas (1 heated), observation areas, outdoor arena and sensory trails.
Indoor Arena and Barn
The addition to the Indoor Arena was completed in 2015. It was built to house the FCF Therapeutic Horsemanship Program and was constructed according to the PATH Int’l. (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International) specifications. This was helpful in accomplishing our goal of becoming a PATH Accredited Riding Center. This section of the arena houses a lift, ramp, tackroom, kitchen, ADA bathroom, an office and three stalls.
The Indoor Riding Arena is heated and allows year around riding. There is a large observation area that is heated as well so people may sit and watch lessons going on.
The SACA (Steve A. Cossingham Arena) was constructed in 2017 and named for the cofounder and owner of Full Circle Farm. It is a smaller indoor arena that has eight doors that can be opened giving a feeling of riding outside but under cover. This arena has a small observation area and a 70 foot square area to ride.
The Outdoor Arena
Full Circle Farm has an outdoor riding arena that overlooks paddocks and views of surrounding areas.
The Quad is a run in building that consists of 4 generous stalls with attached paddocks. During the winter, this building is home to several horses. It is in close proximity to the main barn and riding arenas.
For more information on what else is available at Full Circle Farm, please visit their website