Contact Us


(509) 674-5961 Main Office

(425) 864-0296 Direct Line for Barbara, Owner/Facility Manager

(509) 260-0385 Training and Horseback Rides

Barbara’s Email:

Shannon’s Email:

For those of you that would like to look up directions and maps through or use your handy GPS, here is the physical address, but please be careful when coming from the East as the navigation systems will sometimes bring you from the other side of Lambert Road…which is not something you want to navigate in the winter, and sometimes not even in the summer!…

Physical ADDRESS:      4051 Lambert Road, Cle Elum, WA 98922


Directions to the Facility:

From I-90 East or West Bound:

Take Exit 85 towards Blewett Pass/Wenatchee
Follow the off ramp towards the Blewett Pass Hwy 970 (Right at the T interesection)
Merge onto Hwy 970 and travel approximately 1.5 miles
Turn Right onto Lambert Road
(This turn is immediately following the turnoff to Ellensburg, Hwy 10)
Follow Lambert Road to the gravel “Y” intersection, and continue Left
From the “Y”, it is approximately 1 mile to the driveway entrance
The entrance is clearly marked with a sign that says, “DRAGONWOOD”
Follow the drive down past the first large building on your left and steer towards the large parking lot in front of the second facility (Arena)

Someone is ALWAYS available to greet you!


3 Responses to Contact Us

  1. mary beard says:

    I started boarding at Dragonwood when my horse was a green 3 year old. Now, four years later, I am moving out of state, and am leaving with an excellent, well trained horse and a ton more horsemanship skills than I had when I arrived. When I started looking at barns four years ago, I was only thinking about finding a good place to board my horse, but a good barn is a lot more than that. While I was at Dragonwood I took advantage of the many things they have to offer for boarders including training sessions and clinic workshops with the Horse2Human trainer on site, Shannon King. I feel very lucky that I picked Dragonwood because I had the opportunity to work with Shannon. Although I grew up with horses and was in horse clubs as a child and teenager, being able to work with Shannon, and ride with her, gave me practical skills I probably would not have gotten anywhere else.
    Although my husband and daughter aren’t horse people, they also took riding lessons with Barb King, which gave them enough basic skills so they can enjoy riding with me. They both enjoyed taking lessons, and found Barb to be a very kind, knowledgeable and talented riding instructor. I liked that she started the lessons with catching and tacking the horse, which gave them a more complete experience than a lot of beginning riding classes do.
    It’s a nice family business that has a more personal touch than any of the other barns I’ve looked at. Someone is always on site, and the staff there was helpful to me in a dozen different ways. My horse received excellent care, and I didn’t worry about her when I couldn’t be there for periods of time. The other people who board there are friendly and fun, and another nice thing is annual summer and winter social parties. Obviously, Dragonwood is in a beautiful location and offers quick access to the Washington Horse Park and other wonderful places to ride. However, the trails on the Dragonwood property are incredibly beautiful, and the arena is perfect in winter weather. If you are looking for a boarding barn or a place to take lessons, I highly recommend Dragonwood.

    Mary Beard

  2. Cathy Koch says:

    We will be in Cle elum the week of 6-19 and several weekends over the summer. Looking for a place for my daughter to take riding lessons. She takes English lessons 2 days a week in Redmond and I’d like her to have a place to engage with horses when we are on the east side of the mountains. Do you offer lessons for a 10 year old that loves horses?

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