Where to park ? : Le Pin National Stud

Free car parking – relay Car pay parking Disabled parking Motorcycle parking

For the Dressage and Eventing Cross-Country competition at the Le Pin National Stud, the Organising Committee will make 20,000 free parking spaces available on 60 hectares of land.

They will be divided into two separate areas, east and west (Zone Est and Zone Ouest). The event venue can only be accessed on foot.

Map Le Pin National Stud

Parkings’ Opening and Closing Hours

The visitor parking areas will be open from 8am to 6pm on Thursday 28 and Friday 29 August 2014.

The visitor parking areas will be open from 6.30am to 7pm on Saturday 30 August 2014.

Parking staff will be onsite during operating hours.

Please note: the Organising Committee is not responsible for any damage or theft that may occur in the parking areas. No cars or campervans are allowed overnight in the parking areas. The Organising Committee reserves the right to have any vehicle left towed.

Disabled Parkings

Le Pin National Stud will have around 100 parking spaces available for people with disabilities.

You must have a Games ticket and a European Disabled Parking Permit (Blue Badge) to access these car parks. Please note there are a limited number of spaces.

Parking staff will be available onsite at each of these car parks to assist disabled visitors.

Bikes Parkings

Each competition venue has bicycle parking. Biking is the easiest way to get around and to park close to the venues.

Click here to see the Caen bike path network and nature paths maintained by the Conseil Général du Calvados.


Campervans are not allowed to park overnight in any of the car parks at the Games.

Please go to http://www.normandy2014.com/spectator-guide/accommodation/campings to see where campervans may park near the venues.