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Horseback Riding

Horseback riding is a tradition in Prospect Park, with a 3.5-mile bridle path through scenic and varied terrain. The bridle path begins at the Park Circle entrance (the intersection of Coney Island Ave., Parkside Ave., and Prospect Park Southwest) and continues alongside the Lake to the Long Meadow and the Midwood.

Horseback riding on the bridle path

Kensington Stables, located just outside the Park across from the Parade Ground, offers horses for rental, riding classes for all levels, pony rides, and parties. Click here for more information on how to ride, and contact information.


 


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