7 Places to Play Horseshoes in the DFW Metroplex

Enjoy some old-fashioned fun with a game of horseshoes. We've rounded up 7 of the best parks with horseshoe stakes in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro Area:

East Side:
  • Galatyn Woodland Preserve in Richardson, immediately to the east of Highway 75 at Lookout Drive, has a small pond, paved paths, and plenty of shade. The horseshoe area is located on the west side of the park.
  • Spring Creek Nature Area in Richardson, on Plano Road between Renner Road and Lookout Drive, is a "beautiful, peaceful place."
  • Harrington Park in Plano, just to the west of Highway 75 on West 16th Street, features horseshoe pits, picnic shelters, a paved path, and more. The horseshoe pits are next to the parking lot at 16th Street.
  • Senter Park in Irving, north of Shady Grove Road on Senter Road, offers a paved path along the creek, picnic shelters, a playground, and more.
West Side:
  • Johnson Road Park in Keller, north of Keller Parkway on Ed Bourland Road, features horseshoe pits, restrooms, picnic shelters, a playground, and more.
  • Highland Station Park in Saginaw, just west of Blue Mound Road (FM 156) on Bailey Boswell Road. The horseshoe area is on the west side of the park (off High Country Trail) near the soccer field.
  • Independence Park in Trophy Club (Roanoke), on Parkview Drive, offers horseshoeing, tennis, baseball, and more. The horseshoe area is next to the shuffleboard and playground area.
Or, find a park with different amenities -- like a volleyball court, a disc golf course, or a place to go bird-watching -- with our Quick Guide to DFW Parks!
 

                                    Pitching Horseshoes 1942-style!