The Village at Gulfstream Park, Hallandale Beach

(4.3/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Featuring entertainment and casino gaming, The Village at Gulfstream Park can host more than 16,600 visitors at its horse racetrack. Take your pick of races to watch, whether it's along the 2.2 km (1.4 mi) dirt course or the seven furlongs turf course, with a portable inner rail. At the casino, you can play some of the 850 Vegas-style slot machines or join one of 20 live action poker tables. The venue also has bars and restaurants, galleries, and shops. Put The Village at Gulfstream Park and other Hallandale Beach attractions into our Hallandale Beach itinerary maker, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We went here for a Sunday Funday and it was great. This place is attached to a mall with many restaurants available. The parking is free as well as admission to get into park. You can get really close...  more »
  • Saw the promo sign out side to play 100 dollars on them. went in, signed up, lost way in excess of 100 $ and was told after the fact, only if you loose it in one machine. Much better houses in the are...  more »
  • Kinda like this place, even more on Fridays evenings when they have a disco for the small kids and we love to come here cause my 2 years old son love to dance here and run on the stairs. Also a lot of...  more »
  • What a wonderful place! I had never been here and having a couple of hours to ourselves before my sister took a plane back to New York, we decided to head over to the casino. I had already passed by here a few times, living in the area, but I cannot lie and say that statue of Pegasus and the Dragon is not only one of the biggest statues I have seen but most majestic as well. I have brought a few people on a car ride to admire it. We parked, headed to the Casino and played a few dollars, nothing big, just for the fun of it. It is a nice size, not huge but not small and they have all the machines you find at most casinos. We didn't stay there long as we had our time limited and after a while decided to walk outside and find a place to sit and enjoy the Sunday afternoon weather. We found out that before the races, the horses and the jockeys come to a small circular area where everyone can see and admire these beautiful horses and their jockeys before they go to the races, it was a joy to see and I was impressed as I had never been to the horse races... and best of all, we didn't have to pay a penny for it. The rest of the village seemed just as nice, all the high end shops you can imagine, etc. Unfortunately, it was time for us to go but not before we snapped a few pictures including the huge statue out by the entrance. I will come back and see more of it and give a better idea of what kind of stores, food and activities you can enjoy here. I saw all kinds of people including families with children enjoying the outdoor going-ons.
  • My boyfriend took me for a Saturday night date and I had a blast. Live music, great food, water fountains, and shopping. I don't usually go to the casino but if it's your cup of tea it's always fun. I go there every once in a while and I always enjoy it.
  • Always something to see or do if you have the cash, but grate to sight see. Don't get lost!
  • Beautiful place..I love every store...great restaurants..excellent customer service at Gulftream
  • Very nice area to walk around. Lots of good restaurants and a decent night life to enjoy. some places to visit while your there are the casino, the horse race track, and bowling.