Crooked Creek Horse Park

Located  in beautiful western Pennsylvania, Crooked Creek Horse Park has much to  offer to  the horse enthusiast. The park is 97.5 acres and lies within the  Crooked Creek  Park and Lake system. It is operated by the Fort  Armstrong  Horsemen's Association, Inc. The  horse park is a multi-use facility and offers  just about everything for the  horse lover, including horse shows, fun shows,
trail and endurance riding,  clinics, a full scale rodeo and much more. There is  full hook-up and primitive  camping space. Fees are based on types of usage. The  park has restrooms with  showers. We also have a full service kitchen on the  park grounds. The kitchen is  usually open during park events. There are several  restaurants and hotels within  a few miles of the  park.

There  are three barns with a total  of 198 stalls. There are approximately 35-40 miles  of permanently marked trails with two long loops of approximately 18 and 35miles  and several smaller loops.  The trail system is maintained by  volunteers. The trails are challenging with  lots of short hills and no long  climbs. Water is plentiful, terrain is varied  with many stream crossings,  pipelines, woodsy trails, some rocky areas and mud.  Maps of the trails are  available at the Park Information Center.

Crooked  Creek Horse Park is  separate from the main park, Crooked Creek Park and Lake,  which is operated by  the Army Corp of Engineers and is located about a mile  (within walking  distance) from the horse park. There is a large beach with  swimming, boating,  fishing and other recreational activities.

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Please contact us with questions or for more information about the park.

Fort Armstrong Horsemen's Association

467 Crooked Creek Dam Road, Ford City, PA 16226
+1(724) 333-2988
http://www.crookedcreekhorsepark.com
crookedcreekhorsepark@gmail.com

Directions to Crooked Creek Horse Park located at: 467 Crooked Creek Dam Road, Ford City, PA 16226

FROM PA TURNPIKE - EXIT 5 – At Allegheny Valley exit take Rte. 28 North for 30 miles towards Kittanning. Watch for Ford City, Rte. 28N, 422E and Rte. 66 signs. After crossing the Allegheny River, exit to the right off bridge on Rte. 66 South to Ford City. Watch signs carefully as 28 and 422 go straight ahead. At this point you are about 4.6 miles from the horse park.  You will make a left onto Huston Rd (Speedy's Treats).  Huston Road will turn into Crooked Creek Dam Road.  Make a Right into the Park at the signs.

FROM PA TURNPIKE – EXIT 8 – At New Stanton take Toll Road Rte. 66 North for 14 miles. Toll Road ends at Delmont. Continue on Rte. 66 North for 12 miles through Apollo and North Apollo. At stop light in N. Vandergrift turn right on ALT Rte. 66. Follow Alt. Rte. 66 about 10 miles back to Rte. 66. At this point you are about 2 miles from the horse park.  Make a right onto Crooked Creek Dam Road.  Then a left into the horse park at the signs.

FROM I-80 EXIT 10 TRAVELING EAST – Rte. 66 South for 12 miles to New Bethlehem. Rte. 66 and Rte. 28 South for 20 miles towards Kittanning. Exit towards Ford City before crossing river. At this point you are about 4.6 miles from the horse park.  You will make a left onto Huston Rd (Speedy's Treats).  Huston Road will turn into Crooked Creek Dam Road.  Make a Right into the Park at the signs.


FROM I-80 EXIT 13 TRAVELING WEST – Rte. 28 South for 40 miles towards Kittanning. Exit towards Ford City before crossing river. At this point you are about 4.6 miles from the horse park.  You will make a left onto Huston Rd (Speedy's Treats).  Huston Road will turn into Crooked Creek Dam Road.  Make a Right into the Park at the signs.

FROM I-79 EXIT 29 – Rte. 422 East for 34 miles towards Kittanning. After crossing the Allegheny River, exit to the right off the bridge on Rte. 66 South to Ford City. Watch signs carefully as Rte. 28 and Rte. 422 go straight ahead. At this point you are about 4.6 miles from the horse park.  You will make a left onto Huston Rd (Speedy's Treats).  Huston Road will turn into Crooked Creek Dam Road.  Make a Right into the Park at the signs.


Fort Armstrong Horsemen's Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 467 Crooked Creek Dam Road, Ford City, PA 16226

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