The Dakan Arena is an equestrian and agricultural event venue located on the campus of Camp Pioneer in Randolph County, West Virginia. The facility was constructed in 2015 from generous private donations. The venue is well suited for equine events of many disciplines, livestock shows, rodeos, concerts, and other large outdoor events. Since construction, the Dakan Arena has hosted the West Virginia Cutting Horse Association, Northern West Virginia Quarter Horse Association, National Barrel Horse Association, International Barrel Racing Association, West Virginia High School Rodeo Association, West Virginia Draft Horse Association and more!
Daily Rental Rate
$500 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
$100 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
$40/stall with one bag of shavings or $30/stall with no shavings
$8-10 per bale (depending on market price)
$50/hr (for additional cleaning and cleaning of temporary stalls if used)
The original agricultural barn was built in the 1970s and has been used for a variety of events over the years. This barn features 22 stalls, covered 60 ft x 100 ft exhibit area and wash rack all within the same enclosure. This barn is well suited for smaller shows and sales or may be used to house an additional 40 expo stalls for larger events. (Note that expos stalls must be provided by a third party.)
From Beverly, West Virginia, Head South on US 219 to the stoplight at the south entrance of the Armstrong Hardwood Flooring factory. Turn left on Scott’s Lake Road. Proceed approximately 2 miles until you see the Camp Pioneer sign. Dakan Arena and the camping area are located just beyond on the right side of the road. There are two gated entrances. Either entrance may be used. Physical address: 266 Agricultural Circle, Beverly, WV.