Belterra Park Cincinnati Review & Promo: April 2024

Belterra Park, owned by Boyd Gaming, is an amazing place to watch horse racing action, wager on racing from around the world, and find the hottest slots in gaming entertainment. In this review, I'll take you through every exciting aspect of Belterra Park you'll need for your visit, including the racino, restaurant options, and nearby hotels.

📍 Address:6301 Kellogg Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230
📞 Phone Number: 513-232-8000
🎲 Casino Games? Yes
🃏 Poker No
🛌 Hotel Rooms None at location

Belterra Park Cincinnati Review

I visited Belterra Park to check out the track, the casino gaming floor at the racino, and see what the experience was like at the FanDuel-branded Ohio sportsbook.

The complex first opened in 1925 under its original name, the Coney Island Race Track. the entertainment center is located in Anderson Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, just outside southeast Cincinnati on the banks of the Ohio River. It used to sit next to the Coney Island waterpark.

Seabiscuit, one of racing's legendary horses, appeared at the track twice in 1936. The track was renamed in 1937 after the 1937 Cincinnati flood disaster. It would eventually be renamed to its current name after Boyd Gaming purchased the property in 2018.

I visited Belterra Park to check out the track, the casino gaming floor at the racino, and see what the experience was like at the FanDuel-branded Ohio sportsbook.

The complex first opened in 1925 under its original name, the Coney Island Race Track. the entertainment center is located in Anderson Township, Hamilton County, Ohio, just outside southeast Cincinnati on the banks of the Ohio River. It used to sit next to the Coney Island waterpark.

Seabiscuit, one of racing's legendary horses, appeared at the track twice in 1936. The track was renamed in 1937 after the 1937 Cincinnati flood disaster. It would eventually be renamed to its current name after Boyd Gaming purchased the property in 2018.

Ohio Sportsbook Promos

As with other casino properties in the United States, Belterra Park does not offer any Ohio sportsbook promos. There will be special events and promotions running during the racing season—typically attached to big races—but they have not yet been announced. Stay tuned to this page for updates on these Belterra Park promo codes; we'll post them as soon as we get them.

Racing at Belterra Park Cincinnati

The 2024 racing schedule action gets underway on April 25 and runs through October 5. Visitors to the track can wager on the live racing season for both in-person racing at Belterra Park and for the most famous horse racing spectacles on the planet, including the Kentucky Derby, The Preakness and other major, beloved races. The Belterra Park racino is open 24 hours a day, but post times are generally in the early afternoon for races at Belterra Park itself.

  • 📅 Live Racing Season: April 25 - Oct 5, 2024
  • ⏰ Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day
  • 🐎 Number of Tracks: 1
  • 📏Track Length: 1 mile
  • 💰 Promos Offered: Not yet announced
  • ✅ Info Last Verified: April 17, 2024

Racing Dates at Belterra Park Cincinnati

The 2024 live racing season at Belterra begins April 25, 2024 and runs until October 5, 2024. Other notable races, such as the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, can be viewed on simulcast and wagered on.

Racing Promotions at Belterra Park Cincinnati

Like other horse racing tracks in the United States, Belterra Park will offer racing promo codes. I expect these Ohio horse racing promos to be announced closer to the start of the Belterra racing season on April 25.

How Many Tracks Are There at Belterra Park Cincinnati?

Belterra Park has just one track. It's a one-mile oval track that opened on October 27, 2000.

Can I Bet on My Phone at Belterra Park Cincinnati?

Not on racing at the Belterra track itself, no. If you use other popular Ohio sportsbook apps such as FanDuel or Caesars, however, you are not blocked from using it while at the track.

Restaurants Near Belterra Park Cincinnati

  • Stadium Sports Bar & Grill at Belterra Park (inside the property)
  • Grove Park Grille (6735 Kellogg Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230)
  • Don Rigo (7725 Five Mile Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230)
  • World's Best Fried Chicken (4535 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45226)
  • Lebo's Bar and Grill (5869 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230)

Hotels Near Belterra Park Cincinnati

  • Homewood Suites (4605 Factory Colony Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45209)
  • Hilton Garden Inn (2145 Dana Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45207)
  • The Inn of Hyde Park (3539 Shaw Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45208)
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Cincinnati (3024 Short Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45219)
  • Home2Suites (7570 Woodspoint Dr, Florence, KY 41042)

Parking at Belterra Park Cincinnati

Belterra Park has valet and regular parking. Regular parking is free. To find the free parking lot, use the track entrance, which is the entrance immediately following the casino entrance.

All Other Ohio Sports Betting Locations

Ohio has quite a few retail sports betting properties, not just Fanduel at Belterra Park. Caesars, BetMGM, Hard Rock, and other companies also have sports betting locations in the state. Later in 2024, the much-awaited ESPN BET retail locations will be launched.

Brick & Mortar PropertySportsbookLocation
Belterra ParkFanDuelAnderson Township
Eldorado Gaming Scioto DownsCaesarsColumbus
Great American Ball ParkBetMGMCincinnati
Hard Rock Casino CincinnatiHard RockCincinnati
Hollywood Casino ColumbusESPN BET *Columbus
Hollywood Casino ToledoESPN BET *Toledo
Hollywood Gaming at Dayton RacewayESPN BET *Dayton
Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning ValleyESPN BET *Youngstown
JACK Cleveland CasinoBetJACKCleveland
JACK Thistledown RacinoBetJACKCleveland
MGM Northfield ParkBetMGMNorthfield
Miami Valley GamingMVGBetLebanon
Rocket Mortgage FieldhouseCaesarsCleveland
Taft's Ale HouseSuperBookCincinnati

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Author

Jeremy Botter is a commercial editor for BetOhio.com. He is a former senior writer for CNN, managing editor at FloSports and associate editor for Heavy.com in addition to spending more than 10 years as a combat sports beat writer for the Houston Chronicle.

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