The coastal state of New Jersey is characterized by its fairly moderate climate and offers about 60 miles of horse-friendly public park trails. Horse boarding choices include pasture boards with run in shelters or stall boards. You may find barns with covered or indoor arenas for winter riding.
The coastal state of New Jersey offers about 60 miles of horse friendly public park trails. New Jersey has a fairly moderate climate, with cold winters and warm, humid summers with about 23" of snowfall and 40" of precipitation. Terrain here is areas of lowlands, swamps, and miles of white-sand beaches running almost the complete length of the state and inland a few scattered rolling hills. While riding be aware of the two poisonous snakes, the Northern copperhead and Timber rattler, otherwise you may see a black bear or bobcat. Pasture forage mixes might be Big Bluestem, Little Bluestem, Indian Grass, Kentucky bluegrass, Timothy, fescue and Orchard grass. Horse boarding will offer you choices of pasture board with run in shelters or stall board. You may also look for barns with covered or indoor arenas for winter riding.