We are so excited to announce the 41st Annual AHA Beach Ride will be November 2nd-6th, 2022! Last year, you all helped us do what we thought wasn’t possible and raised over $500,0000, setting a new Beach Ride record!! Please see below for important updates for the 2022 Beach Ride.
Registration and Campsite Info
Registration is now open for this year’s event. Price Breakdown for registration is below.
2022 Minimum Donations Required
$50 Registration Fee Must Be Paid by All Riders by March 15th to secure your campsite.
In addition to registration fee, each rider must meet the fundraising minimums listed below
Saddle Club (15+ Riders)
Youth (age 16 & younger)
Donations by (6/30)
Donations After (6/30)
Superstars Site Campsites Distributed via Email- January 24th-28th (up to 4 sites per superstar)
February 1st sites distributed to all 2021 riders via email- based on first come first serve of virtual campsite preference form (2 sites per rider).
**Every rider camping must be registered with the AHA by March 15th and 50% of campsite fee paid Lakewood to secure sites by this date. You will need AHA personal ID number to pay for campsite (sent in email after registering). If a deposit is not received by March 15th, your campsites will be released. Remaining campsite balance must be paid by April 15th. On May 1st all unpaid campsites will be released to the general public. For more information on campsites please email email@example.com.
This ride is so much more than just a ride on the Beach. Check out how horses have helped our riders get healthy https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-bond-for-life-pets/horses-have-heart/horses-helped-her-get-healthier.
We are ready to kick up our hooves in the fight against heart disease and stroke. Together we are making a difference in the lives of so many!
Thank you for your passion and dedication to our mission:
To be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.
American Heart Association Co-Vid Guidance: The American Heart Association is creating mask-friendly environments at all our events. Vaccinated attendees will have the option of choosing whether to wear a mask, while those who are unvaccinated will need to wear a mask. Please do not attend an AHA event if you are not feeling well or have symptoms, irrespective of your vaccine status. If you have a condition that weakens your immune system or take certain medications, you may need to take extra precautions even if you are fully vaccinated, as instructed by your doctor. The AHA encourages you and everyone you love, care for, or care about to be vaccinated.