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Palm Beach Hounds Foxhunting Territories

We hunt in several territories around
South Florida.

 All territories are natural parklands or border pristine country.

Our territories are primarily in Palm Beach and Martin counties and are mostly level with open fields, pinewoods, sand banks, freshwater marshes, low-growing palmetto, streams, and reed-fringed lakes.  Any level of rider can enjoy traversing these beautiful areas with us.

The blue expanse of Middle Lake appeared through the trees, great white egret and sandhill cranes lifting off of the water in alarm at our arrival.

-Liam Clancy, Horse & Hound Magazine

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Palm Beach Hounds Foxhunting Territories


DuPuis Reserve

The DuPuis Management Area contains 21,875 acres under the management of the South Florida Water Management District.  The property is the subject of forestry efforts and is interspersed with numerous ponds, wet prairies, cypress domes, pine flatwoods, and remnant Everglades marsh.  The jumps are natural and elective.


From the North: take I-95 south to State Road (SR) 76, then west approximately 20 miles (5 miles west of Indiantown) to the entrance of DuPuis Gate 1.

From the South: take either I-95 or the Florida Turnpike north to PGA Boulevard, then west to State Road 710 (a.k.a. Beeline Highway), then right (northwest) to the foot of the bridge over the St. Lucie waterway, then turn west on State Road (SR) 76 approximately 5 miles to DuPuis Gate 1 entrance.

From Dupuis Gate 1, follow the grade road straight in for 1.5 miles, then left on dirt/grass road for approximately 200 feet past the pavilion and look for the trailers.  

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Nine Gems
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From the North: take I-95 to Bridge Road/SR 708, west to stop sign.  Left onto Pratt-Whitney Road/SR 711.  Go 4 miles south to small parking lot on left.

From the South: take I-95 to Indiantown Road in Jupiter.  Go west 8.5 miles to blinking light.  Turn right on Pratt-Whitney Road/SR 711.  Go 4.2 miles north to small parking lot on right.

Nine Gems / Pal-Mar East

Nine Gems (or Pal-Mar East) is part of the Jones/Hungryland Wildlife and Environmental Area.  Deemed as a "sportsman paradise," the area is great for observing wildlife and birds.