From the North: take I-95 south to State Road 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.
This property containing 21,875-acres and is under the management of the South Florida Water Management District.
The District's public use regulations are supplemental to those of the Florida Game and Freshwater Fish Commission that is responsible for wildlife management and regulation of public hunting. The property is the subject of forestry efforts and is primarily open piney woods and swampy wetlands. The jumps are natural and elective.
I-95 to Stuart/Indiantown SR. 76 exit 101 (old exit #61), then east and proceed over bridge to Cove Road (second traffic light), then right, make an immediate right off Cove Road (Gains Road), then make the first left onto Paulson (it will look like a private road with tall Australian Pines), proceed on road for 1.25-miles (you will pass through a small residential area) where the pavement ends - continue down the road to the ranger gate to the Palm Beach Hounds staging area.
This property is part of the Jonathan Dickenson State Park system. Make certain to drive slowly (10 MPH) on the road approaching our entrance to the Meet. Neighbors are particularly sensitive. The jumps are primarily coops that range from 2'6" to 3'3" high and are elective. You can view wildlife such as, red and grey foxes, coyotes, deer, wild boar, Sand Hill cranes, and Florida Wood Ibis.
NINE GEMS/HUNGRY LANDS
From the North: I-95 to Bridge Rd/SR 708, West to stop sign. Left onto Pratt-Whitney Rd/SR 711. Go 4 miles South to small parking lot on left.
From the South: I-95/Turnpike to Indiantown Rd. in Jupiter. Go West 8.5 miles to blinking light. Turn right on Pratt-Whitney Rd/SR 711, go 4.2 miles North to small parking lot on right.
TRIPLE N RANCH
Northeast Osceola County, the area is 17 miles east of St. Cloud and 25 miles west of Melbourne. The entrance off of 192 is approximately 3 miles east of the junction of U.S. Highway 192 and U.S. Highway 441. The entrance off of Crabgrass road is a "walk-in" entrance only and is located approximately 6 miles down Crabgrass Road.
TPK north to exit 193 (Yeehaw Junction), head west on Rt. 60, turn right at the first light (go north on Kenansville Rd/441). In approximately 13 miles to Kenansville, at the Cracker Trail Cafe make a right onto Fellsmere Rd. Follow the road 2+ miles to one of the marked fixture sites (specific location TBD closer to meet date)
PALM BEACH HOUNDS CLUBHOUSE/KENNELS
7054 SW Wisteria Terrace, Palm City, Florida 34990
From I-95 SOUTH and Florida’s Turnpike SOUTH:
I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike BOTH EXIT ON 714 IN PALM CITY IN APPROXIMATELY THE SAME PLACE. If you choose I-95, head north toward Palm City and take exit 102. This is also 713 and is a service road running parallel with I-95. Follow this road to the stop light which is 714. Turn left (West) and take the 2nd light past the turnpike overpass. Turn Left (South) on Citrus (76A). Turn Right on Woodham Street, then left on Wisteria. Last house on the left.
From Turnpike….go north to the Palm City Exit….turn left on 714 then follow directions above.
ANYONE LIVING NORTH OF PALM CITY: Exit I-95 on 714 and go East to Citrus (76A). Turn Right on Citrus and follow directions above.