About Your Visit

LOCATION: GPS Address:  780 Harding Highway, Pilesgrove, NJ 08098

~ Cowtown Rodeo is located on Route 40 (Harding Highway), eight miles east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.

~ Take Exit 1 off the New Jersey Turnpike or Exit 4 off Route 295 and follow signs for Route 40 East.

~ Cowtown is on the right with the large cowboy and cow statues.

PARKING: always free!

~ Our parking lot is very large and there is plenty of room for tailgating, picnicking and recreational vehicle parking in the field Saturday before the rodeo starts. We ask guests to drive responsibly in the parking lots at all times!

~ The parking lot is open all day Saturday due to shared parking with the Cowtown Farmers Market The market crowd is usually cleared out around 4:00pm and we recommend 4:30pm for earliest arrival time. Earlier arrival tailgaters are asked to park in the rear along the back fence line. Any tailgaters parking up too close across from the tix booth & arena fence before 4:30/5:00 will be asked to move as this area is reserved for staff, arena vendors & elderly.

~ Tailgating and picnicking are permitted in the rear of the parking lot field.  You are responsible for picking up your own trash and making sure the area is left clean! Please bring an extra trash bag to be prepared for your area clean up! We ask that all guests behave responsibly and respect our property. We strictly prohibit any type of excessive or underage drinking on the premises! Security officers will be monitoring the property and will notify the proper authorities if needed.

LODGING: local hotels and campgrounds we recommend:

Hampton Inn – Pennsville, NJ  856-351-1700

Super 8 – Pennsville, NJ  856-299-2992

Holiday Inn Express – Carney’s Point, NJ  856-351-9222

Comfort Inn – Pennsville, NJ  856-299-8282

Four Seasons Campground – Daretown, NJ 856-769-3635

BUSES & GROUPS: Buses and Groups (large and small) are always welcome at Cowtown Rodeo… with free parking! Please coordinate by calling the office Mon, Wed. & Thu. to inform the office manager of what rodeo night your group will be planning to arrive.

Photo by Bill Streicher