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Newport Polo (home of America's first polo club, est. in 1876), is best known in the recent quarter century as host of the Newport International Polo Series, welcoming teams from around the world & from major US cities playing against USA / Newport...more
Don't let what you think you know about polo sway you... this is a fun day out! You can picnic or tailgate so be sure to bring food, chairs and your favorite beverage and relax and watch the fast paced action! Gates open at 1...More
Polo is one of the highlights of Newport's summer season. This has always been as much about everyone getting together and having a great time at picnics and tailgating (and also in the stands) as it has been about the game. If you get there...More
Having never seen polo before, we thought it would be a special afternoon with the family. Match started at 4, but gates open at 1 pm. We got there one thirty and set up our tent and chairs first row on the edge of the...More
This was fun to see, but definitely not something to write home about. We loved the back drive into the club, loved seeing the landscapes, loved going out to stomp the divets but it wasn’t a wow experience for us. The food was dreadful. However,...More
They have created a relaxing fun atmosphere where people of all ages can enjoy. I would recommend that you get there early. This venue is very well attended. Arriving early allows you to get settled and soak up the sights and sounds of all in...More
Had a really great time, right on top of the action, seated in the L section. Easy to follow, Mccray's Seafood II Food Truck was fantastic. Beverage lines were not long, very easy to park. Just a lot of fun, very enjoyable late afternoon.
When would you ever go to a polo match? You’ve got to do this while in Newport — friends, family make it fun! Unless you are there with an organized group, bring chairs. Make sure you go out in the field during divot time —...More
You only need to go once to wonder why you haven’t been before!! It’s a fast paced sport with amazing riders and the announcer is the whipped cream on the sundae-but it only happens on Saturdays in Portsmouth- so pack yourself a picnic and google...More
I would go more often if I lived nearby, but I wouldn't miss the annual match between US and Italy! It is so much fun, and the Pavilion offers great a great view with inexpensive cocktails while you enjoy the game.
Family enjoyed visiting and seeing a game, We participated in Queeche Vermont polo but have long since sold the ponies as we advanced to retirement age. This association has a first rate facility. Well worth a summer visit. Very enjoyable for all ages
Hi, you can get to the field two hours early if you want but i would suggest an hour early for a good place to for your chairs. The food is on the end of the field as you enter the parking area and is very apparent as you... More
Hi, you can get to the field two hours early if you want but i would suggest an hour early for a good place to for your chairs. The food is on the end of the field as you enter the parking area and is very apparent as you pull in. They have added several options in the past year. Since this weekend's match is against England the general attire will be dresses for women and nice shorts or slacks for men. They alternate the USA team and Newport team every other week and since it is the USA team it is a little dressier. You buy the tickets from your car as you enter the parking lot. They are $12.00/person. the restrooms are near the food trucks and parking lot. We typically sit in the end field close to the food trucks but the area near the main stands (near the entrance) are very good places to sit as well. The match will last about 1.5-2.0 hours. There are 6 Chukkers which are 7 minute periods of play and a half time. You will have a blast. we just started going 4 years ago and has quickly become a summer favorite. As the saying goes "Don't step on the steaming divots" at half time :) Enjoy!
I cannot imagine you'd pay for an infant anywhere. I dont know what a pavillion table is but yes, there are lots of food choices. I sit on the grass on a blanket but many people reserve a place for their Land Rovers and BMWs... More
I cannot imagine you'd pay for an infant anywhere. I dont know what a pavillion table is but yes, there are lots of food choices. I sit on the grass on a blanket but many people reserve a place for their Land Rovers and BMWs and tail gate there starting a couple of hours before the match begins. Expect to be joining about 5,000 others there and rest assured you'll have a grand ol' time if it does not rain.