The Country’s Longest-Running Weekly Rodeo Is In New Jersey, And You Can See It This Summer

New Jersey feels as far from the world of cowboys and Westerns as you can get. However, that doesn’t mean you can find a slice of frontier fun in the state. In fact, the longest-running weekly rodeo in America, established all the way back in 1929, can be found in New Jersey, and it’s such a fun and creative way to spend your Saturday with friends and family.

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Seating at Cowtown Rodeo opens at 6 p.m., so make sure to get there a little early (the events start at around 7:30)to get a good seat. The shows usually last a little over three hours, ending around 10 at night.

Address: Cowtown Rodeo, 780 Harding Hwy, Pilesgrove, NJ 08098, USA