Gulfstream Park Racecourse
901 South Federal Highway
Tel: (954) 454-7000
The main track is one mile and is oval.
This is about seven furlongs.
The only sure thing in racing and gaming is the fun and fare you will have at Gulfstream Park. There are three floors for
dining and entertainment and each has its own distinct personality.
Food served on the first floor is designed to cater to those looking for a welcoming bracer or a quick bite before returning
to the action. After a short walk around Gulfstream’s spectacular Show Ring, you’ll arrive at BWBs, the breezeway bar
located in the center of the facility. Steps away from great entertainment, BWBs has an everyday Happy Hour from 5-8 p.m.
Stairways, escalators and elevators north and south will bring you to the second floor and that’s where the action
gets even hotter.
Slot machines will be humming and paying off inside The Casino, where you can enjoy a deli-style dinner while watching
the denizens of a 13,000-gallon aquarium.
Next door is Ten Palms, the massive and extraordinarily appointed 1,200-seat buffet-style restaurant. America’s most
spectacular racetrack-dining experience runs the length of Gulfstream Park’s stretch run. The lavish dinner buffet will
offer more than 100 selections of freshly prepared and artfully presented dishes, each a masterpiece. The light lunch
menu and the buffet daily will feature a Soup and Salad Bar. Spectacular Seafood Buffet on Friday nights.
The sun goes down in the west but nightlife begins to the north of Ten Palms at Sport of Kings, A poker (multi table
tournaments every Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights) and night simulcast venue. The ‘kicked-up’ menu features signature
From Ft. Lauderdale
Take I-95 South to Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Head East to the corner of US-1 and Hallandale Beach Boulevard. Park
entrance points are located on Hallandale Beach Boulevard, US-1. and NE 213th street.
Take I-95 North to Ives Dairy Road. Head east to the corner of US-1 and turn north. The Park is located between
Ives Dairy Road and Hallandale Beach Boulevard with entrance points located on US-1, Hallandale Beach Boulevard
and NE 213th street.
From Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport
Exit Airport and go west on 595 to I-95 South. Exit at Hallandale Beach Boulevard and go east approximately 1.5
miles you will see the park on your right hand side.
From Miami International Airport:
Exit airport and take State Road 112 east to I-95 North. Take I-95 North to Ives Dairy Road. Head east to the
corner of US-1 and turn north. The Park is located between Ives Dairy Road and Hallandale Beach Boulevard with
entrance points located on US-1 Hallandale Beach Boulevard and 213th street.
From Opa-Locka Airport:
Take 37th Avenue North to 826. Travel East on 826 to I-95 North. I-95 North to Hallandale Beach Beach Boulevard.
Head East on Hallandale Beach Boulevard approximately 1.5 miles and the park will be on your right side just past US1.