Located in beautiful
Cape May, New Jersey, Green Acres Horse Farm is a state-of-the-art boarding, riding and learning facility.
The farm was designed with the mission of drawing like-minded people of all equine disciplines to continue to share and learn from each other by creating the perfect environment for people to collaborate and partner with their horses and one another to become the best horse people they can be.
New and better information about horse care is always coming to light. We would like to be the change for our horse care. Your horses can live longer active and productive lives. This means less money spent on pasture horses. Pasture horses are great but if they were supposed to be working partners or our playmates the longer we can aid them in maintaining good health we are adding to their quality of their lives. Don’t they deserve that after carrying or pulling us around?
MEET THE FOUNDER
Linda Steinberg is a self-proclaimed “mid-life-crisis equestrian and life-long learner,” with a mission to draw like-minded people of all equine disciplines to continue to share and learn from each other. It was this mission that led her to build her dream farm, Green Acres, in Cape May, New Jersey. The goal of Green Acres is to serve the community by providing a haven for horses and horse-people alike. Linda is a firm believer that life and learning should be fun, and therefore created the perfect environment for people to collaborate and partner with their horses and one another to become the best horse people they can be. Since she began her journey with horses she has found many “mid-life-crisis equestrians” on the road of learning which has been incredibly uplifting.
Around the farm, you’ll find Linda riding on the beautiful beach trails, practicing her dressage skills and even occasionally hopping over a small jump or two! In addition to working on her skills in the saddle, Linda has completed the intensive training and certification process to become a Masterson Method Certified Practitioner and Upledger Institute Equine Cranial Sacral Practitioner. She continues to take courses to learn the newest information for horse care. Linda offers these services to keep her equine clients feeling and performing at the top of their game.
GETTING TO GREEN ACRES HORSE FARM
574 New England Road
Cape May, NJ 08204
From Garden State Parkway:
NJ Garden State Parkway to EXIT 0
Flashing yellow lights will warn you
At the traffic light at the end of the highway TURN RIGHT onto NJ 109 North towards the ferry
Drive STRAIGHT THROUGH THE NEXT LIGHT
Coming up on the next light BEAR RIGHT in the jug handle (loop around you will not be going across 109)
Drive STRAIGHT THROUGH THE LIGHT you are now on (RT 9S/Sandman Blvd).
Next traffic light MAKE A LEFT (Seashore road and NJ 162 towards Beaches)
Pay attention here and BEAR LEFT when you see the road split, to go to the beaches and over the bridge. If you miss this and go right, no problem
When you get to the bridge, at the top of the incline PUT YOUR RIGHT BLINKER ON
Slow down because you are going to make a SHARP RIGHT TURN AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BRIDGE on to New England Road
Stay on New England Rd, Drive about 1.5 miles to the Farm on the left. You will know you are getting close when you cross through the intersection of Bayshore Road
NOTE: Please drive slowly on our farm road, it is a two way but can be narrow, please wait for vehicles leaving the farm on the wider parts of the drive.
If you drive down to the shore via the back roads, maybe RT 55 to RT 347, then you might want directions down Railroad St. to the farm.
Feel free to contact us for additional directions.