Winthrop Polo Field

Winthrop Field SignThe 12-acre Winthrop Polo Field, located between Grace and Mead Avenues, is in the heart of Aiken’s historic Horse District. Purchased by the Aiken Land Conservancy in 1998, the field will never be developed and will continue to be used for polo, carriage driving, and other equestrian pursuits as well as providing open space for dog walkers and others to enjoy.

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Aerial photo showing lands protected by ALC in Aiken's Horse District. The area in yellow is the 12-acre Winthrop Polo Field, which is owned by ALC. The area in pink is the 2.5-acre Clark Barn tract, on which ALC holds a conservation easement.

Aerial photo showing lands protected by ALC in Aiken’s Horse District. The area in yellow is the 12-acre Winthrop Polo Field, which is owned by ALC. The area in pink is the 2.5-acre Clark Barn tract, on which ALC holds a conservation easement.