Gulfstream Park in Fort Lauderdale offers many opportunities from racing to dining. Gulfstream Park, a top venue for horse racing in America, opened its doors in 1939.
It features world-class racing every Wednesday through Sunday from December to September. Both novices and professionals can enjoy it. You can also purchase private suites and luxury boxes for racing enthusiasts.
Special events are held at the park. For $10, guests can enjoy a breakfast buffet at Gulfstream from December to March. They can also watch morning training and listen to speakers. The Florida Derby, which is the largest race day in South Florida, takes place every year at Gulfstream Park at either the end of March and the beginning of April.
The Village at Gulfstream was added as part of the expansion of Gulfstream Park. It offers dining, outdoor shopping and entertainment. Crate & Barrrel and Bang & Olufsen are just a few of the shops that can be found in the mall. There are also many dining options, including Texas De Brazil or Brio Tuscan Grille. There is also a casino and a bowling alley.
Gulfstream is the North American’s first thoroughbred racing track to have a facility like this.
Gulfstream Park is a 10-mile drive from Fort Lauderdale. The park is open from 10 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. through 11 a.m. on Monday through Saturday. Eight o’clock until midnight The day following Easter.
You can park your vehicle at Gulfstream Park for free. Valet parking is available for $10-30 per vehicle. A complimentary shuttle takes you to the racetrack, casino and shops.
Many people visited Gulfstream Park recently and were amazed by the variety of entertainment options. Some even called it an “adult paradise.” Many also loved the on-site dining.
The casino needed to be cleaned up. This was one of the few complaints. However, there were very few criticisms. Visit their websites to learn more about Gulfstream Park or Village at Gulfstream.