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Times and Season: Cowtown's 2012 Rodeo Season begins May 26th and continues through September 29th, every Saturday night at 7:30 PM.


Ticket prices for the year 2012 are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children 12 years old and under (under 2 years old, free).  Group rates for groups of 25 or more are $10.00 adults and $5.00 for children 12 & under. Season tickets are also available at a great savings and can be purchased by calling the Cowtown business office weekdays 8AM to 4PM at (856) 769-3200. 
cowtownrodeo@comcast.net

 

Cowtown has birthday parties for kids 12 and under.

 

Cowtown Rodeo Directions:

Cowtown is located on Route 40, just west of Sharptown in Pilesgrove Township, about 3 miles west of Woodstown in Salem County, NJ, and about 8 miles east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
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(also, see local map below)

From Philadelphia-Camden County:
get onto I-295 in NJ, take it south to Exit 4 (Woodstown). At the end of the exit ramp, turn left onto Route 48 toward Woodstown, go 3 miles to Route 40, where Route 48 joins Route 40 East; continue East on Route 40 still heading toward Woodstown, and Cowtown is about 2 miles ahead on your right.

From Cape May:
Take Route 47, then Route 55 north until you get to Malaga/Route 40, just north of Vineland; exit onto Route 40 going west. Cowtown will be about 18 miles ahead, on your left.

From Atlantic City:
Take Route 40 West for about 50 miles; Cowtown will be on your left.

From Delaware, Maryland and South:
heading north on I-95 in Delaware, follow signs to Delaware Memorial Bridge, NJ Turnpike and I-295. As soon as you've crossed the Delaware Memorial Bridge into NJ, follow signs for NJ Turnpike, then look for Route 40 East to Atlantic City. Take Route 40 about 8 miles East, and Cowtown will be on your right.

From New York , North Jersey and Central Jersey:
Take the NJ Turnpike South to Exit 1. Just before the Delaware Memorial Bridge, take Route 40 East toward Atlantic City, Cowtown is 8 miles ahead on your right.

Alternate NY-North & Central Jersey route:
Take the NJ Turnpike South to Exit 2. After leaving the tollbooth, turn left onto Route 322 Westbound, go for about 2 miles, then turn left onto Rte. 551 South and go about 2 miles into the town of Swedesboro. In the center of town, bear left onto Rte. 620 (Kings Highway), heading south toward Salem; continue for about 7 miles until you get to Route 40 (the first big road you come to). Turn right onto Route 40 heading west, and Cowtown is about 1 mile ahead on your left.

If you get here early: take a few minutes and drive around on the back roads. Look at the wide-open fields, the fertile farmlands that go on for miles, and all the cattle and horses! Could we still be in New Jersey? You may feel like you've magically entered a southern or great plains state, rather than a place not that far away from Philadelphia and Wilmington! The area around Cowtown is where the Rodeo horses and cattle are raised.
 
 

Cowtown is located between Woodstown and the Delaware Memorial Bridge on Route 40:

 
 

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Cowtown's contact info:  

780 Rte 40 Cowtown, 

Pilesgrove NJ 08098 

856-769-3200
cowtownrodeo@comcast.net


06/24/2012

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