Park anywhere perpendicular to the sides of the field, except where white nameplates are affixed to the sideboards— spaces reserved for Club Patrons. Please do not park closer to the field than the tree line—balls and horses often cross the sideboards during play. Parking is also available in the large field behind the announcer's booth.
An age-old polo tradition is the stomping (replacing) of divots—this preserves the field and enhances safety for players and horses. Even the Queen of England stomps divots when attending a match.
The concession stand adjacent to the Chukker Club offers sandwiches, drinks and snacks.
All pets must be leashed for everyone’s safety and comfort. We encourage you to leave excitable pets at home.
No spectator should be on any part of the playing field during the play of a match. Balls and horses move with speed and do cross the sideboards during play.
Please keep an eye on your children and the field play at all times.
Those attending Lancaster Polo Association events do so at their own risk. Please note that the club assumes no responsibility for physical injury, personal property damage or theft.