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Watch for more information on the
Horseshoe Bend Boogie
AERC, FEI and SEDRA sanctioned
October 30, 2021


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Park News
Horseshoe Bend Park News(13)

Three new kiosks at HBP September 2020 - Eagle Scout candidate Andrew Cheney builds and installs three kiosks at Horseshoe Bend Park. Eagle Scout candidate Andrew Cheney and his team of scouts have built and erected three new kiosks at Horseshoe Bend Park. Two of the kiosks ar Full Story...



Eagle Scout add 60 feet of raised trail. August 2020 - Eagle Scout candidate Luke Hopta adds 60 feet of raised trail along the Flagg-Kirkland Trail. Choosing to do a project in the 800 acre Horseshoe Bend Park can be difficult. Selecting the right project is one thing, then figuring out how t Full Story...



110 acres of land added to Horseshoe Bend Park 110 acres of land were added to Horseshoe Bend Park before the end of 2020. Two parcels were added to the south connecting the park to Kingwood Station Barbertown Road.  The dedication of the new properties and addition of three new trails was held on M Full Story...


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About Horseshoe Bend Park
Horseshoe Bend Park – Kingwood Township, New Jersey

Located in western Hunterdon County, Horseshoe Bend Park is 452 acres of fields, forests, ravines and streams bordered to the north and east by preserved farms and to the west by the Delaware River.  The park, established in July of 2011, currently has over 10.5 miles of trails used for hiking, biking, horseback riding and bird watching. The park also has a heated, 9,750 square foot Morton building with bathroom facilities.  The building is available to the public for events and meetings.

The park is home to:
  • Hunterdon County’s largest leash free dog park – with over 7 acres of fenced running space.
  • The annual Horseshoe Bend Park horseback ride, attracting over 50 riders and their families.
  • The DelVal Dawgs Cheerleader training site.
  • AKC, UKC, ICKC Dog shows
  • Over 16 GeoCaching Sites
  • Horseback Riding Events
  • ...and much more.

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