Davy Architecture was commissioned by the City of San Diego to provide services through design and construction for the new proposed Mission Trails Equestrian Center to be constructed within the Mission Trails Regional Park. Located within an existing 12-acre, multi-use staging area and accessible within the city’s Regional Park by horse riders, hikers and bicyclists, a new 5,000 SF Equestrian Center will stand that will consist of masonry and steel construction to include flag stone veneer applied to the exterior. The facility will also house the park’s maintenance facility, park rangers’ offices, a conference room, a display room with information counter, a park staff restroom with shower, a garage, a kitchenette, public restrooms, a storage room, a covered group picnic shelter attached to the West side, and a screened storage yard attached to the East side.
The proposed facility will provide miscellaneous ADA site improvements including accessible parking stalls, a foot bridge, and ample seating areas. The project is located in the Northeastern portion of Mission Trails Regional Park about 300 yards East of Mast Boulevard underpass of SR 52.