Is there an area in the yard where the grass just doesn't do too well, such as beneath a tree? If so, that's a great place to set up a horseshoe pit. In fact, building a permanent horseshoe pit is a way to make difficult areas of the lawn more appealing.
Remove the grass from around the stakes for the best playing action.
Try to set up the stakes on a north-south axis so no one has to look into the sun when throwing.
A formal horseshoe pit is 40-feet long, but just set up stakes anywhere on the lawn for a quick and fun game.
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