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PO Box 227

Keswick, VA 22947

Hunt With Us

Foxhunting in Central Virginia

Join us September through March

We are so grateful to our landowners who allow us to hunt on their property. They play a vital role in our hunt, and without their hospitality we would be unable to enjoy the sport.

Cap as a guest.

Receive an invitation by the Masters to join us for a hunt accompanied by a sponsor member. Then acquire your license online or through the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries.

Sign your waiver & pay capping fee.

Before you mount, submit your documents and payment to the Field Secretary.

Arrive early & dressed appropriately.

Guests are encouraged to arrive at the meet at least 30 minutes before the hounds move off.

After 3 guest visits, become a member.

Your sponsor will contact the Board of Governors to request an application.

Why join the club?

Our foxhunting club is the perfect place for equestrians in Virginia Piedmont who enjoy fox hunting, social events, and land conservation. We offer organized hunts from September to March, and invited guests and junior riders are always welcome.

In addition, our Club maintains a full calendar of social activities throughout the year for both members and the public to enjoy. So come join us for some fun and excitement today!

Membership Classes


Annual Dues

Young Adult


Cubbing Season

Prior to opening meet

Regular Season - Weekdays

October - March

Regular Season - Saturdays & Holidays

October - March


Must be accompanied by a guardian.


Upcoming Events in 2023

Join us for a full year of equestrian and social events where you can enjoy the great outdoors, build lasting friendships, and bond with your horse.

Summer Hunter Pace

June 23, 2024 at Red Bank Farm. In the event of weather, the rain date is June 30th.

Trail Rides

Trail rides take place over the summer. All are welcome!

Sporting Clay Shoot

Date: April 6, 2024 Location: Louisa, VA An 80-round competition for competitive shooters who want to hone their skills at the sport and have fun. ...

Annual Horse Show

Stay tuned for 2024 info!

Hunt Territory

Foxhunting in Central Virginia

Our hunt territory is located in central Virginia and is renowned for its rolling hills, established woods, green pastures, and stunning views. The region also features some challenging terrain, with steep hillsides, and traps in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Jumps include coops, telephone poles, natural log panels, and post-and-rail fences.

Keswick is a small town located in Albemarle County, just outside Charlottesville, Virginia. It has a population of just over 1,000 people. The town is located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is known for its beautiful scenery and outdoor recreation opportunities. There are several parks and hiking trails in the area, and the town is also home to a number of historical sites.

We are so grateful to our landowners who allow us to hunt on their property. They play a vital role in our hunt, and without their hospitality we would be unable to enjoy the sport.

Frequently Asked Questions

Looking for answers about foxhunting with us?

Mid-September through Mid-March.

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday during the season.

Ratcatcher during the week and formal attire on the weekends and designated holidays.

Keswick adheres to the traditional rules of fox hunting as described in a booklet entitled Riding to Hounds in America. An Introduction for Fox Hunters, by William P. Wadsworth, MFH. Copies of this may be purchased from The Chronicle of the Horse.

Fox hunting has rules and protocols to ensure safe, sportsmanlike conduct. These rules and protocols include excellent horsemanship, proper etiquette, appropriate attire, and specific terminology by which the time-honored sport is defined.

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You'll love riding with us.

We have riders join us from all over central Virginia including Madison, Louisa, Orange, and Albemarle county.


You'll feel like family here. We value your contribution to the club and encourage fellowship.


We are committed to promoting the sport of foxhunting and providing a venue for organized hunts.

Land Conservation

Support local farmers and landowners through maintenance and conservation efforts.