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New York Equestrian Campground

Near: CooperstownNY (Weather)
Number of
20 Total
130 Difficulty: Not Rated Trail
Trail Description The Brookfield trails are absolutely beautiful. There are 130 miles of canopy covered, groomed horse trails with lakes to stop and rest at. All trails are clearly marked and mapped out.
Best Time to Visit June through September or During Scheduled Events
Times to Avoid October through May
Campground New York Equestrian Campground includes camp sites with water and electric hook-up, hot showers, covered horse stalls, large 200x110 riding arena filled with sandy clay base, riding track around field and 130 miles of the Brookfield trail system. During our scheduled events three meals are served a day (optional). You can also expect a large campfire with music at night. Rustic sites also available. Our events for 2005 are July 13th-17th and August 10th-14th. In addition to our scheduled events, this campground is also available for camping from June 1st to September 31st. We welcome clubs, corporate retreats, family reunions, etc. For more information or to watch our video, please go to or call 516-509-7843.
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Elect, Water, Shower, Toilet Stall Tony Simonetti

, NY
Directions Take (I-87) North over the Tapanzee Bridge and for a total of 50.4 miles to exit 16 Route 17 West Toward Harriman. Stay on 17 West for 106 miles to exit 84 (Deposit) Make a Right Turn off exit ramp (Pass Wendy’s on the right) and follow signs showing Route 8 North. (Bears to the Right about ¼ mile past Wendy’s) …It is route 8 and 10 and as you go North it turns into just route 8. Stay on Route 8 for 49.5 miles (you will go through New Berlin) start looking for a SMALL sign on your right hand side pointing across the road to County Road 25. (You will also see a SMALL sign on the right hand side that says COLUMBUS). Follow this sign by making a left onto County Road 25, Go 1.2 miles and you will see a Red Barn and a small Taxidermy sign. At this sign and Red Barn make a right onto County Road 24. Go 1.7 miles and make a right…(the street sign was knocked down this winter so there is no sign). As soon as you make this turn you can bear right or left….You will bear left, That is Kelley Rd. Take Kelley Rd .45 miles and you will see us on your right side…
This information was provided by Allison on 2/14/2005 5:48:16 PM

Notes on Difficulty Rating:  
(Gently sloping or level terrain; trails are groomed or wide open; shallow or no creek crossings. ) 
 More Difficult (Moderate hills over consistent surface; possibly some narrow trails and short steeper slopes) 
 Rigorous (Easy to More Difficult for rider but physically challenging for horse such as on a level surface through deep sand) 
 Challenging (Possible rocky, uneven surface, steep slopes, uncleared trails, faster flowing streams and other obstacles that lead to more difficult riding for rider and horse)

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