Our Trackside Clubhouse is also open for Live Racing and Simulcasting
Hours of Operation are Sunday-Thursday 11am – 9pm and Friday & Saturday 11am – 11pm
Sports Betting (Casino Side – 2nd Floor)
Sunday • 10am – 11pm
Monday – Saturday • 11am – 11pm
Per the Governor’s recent order, our COVID protocols have changed.
• Any individual who has been fully vaccinated for the COVID-19 virus is no longer required to wear a mask or facial covering indoors.
• Per the CDC and DE Department of Health guidelines, individuals who have not been fully vaccinated are asked to continue wearing a mask at all times, except for when they are actively eating and drinking.
• The Plexi Glass on our table games has been removed.
• More slot machines are being added back onto our floor.
• We are no longer under any capacity or social distancing restrictions.
Casino Side Shuttle Service is available Friday – Sunday, 1pm – 5am.
Track Side Shuttle Service is available Monday – Wednesday, 7am – 10pm and 7am – 5am on Thursday. On the weekends, available 24 hours, 5am Friday – 5am Monday.
What procedures/preventative measures are in place?Jayne Lornie2020-05-13T11:26:18+00:00
Terrace Dining Room is open and reservations are encouraged.
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday: Noon – 4pm
Saturday: Noon – Last Race
For reservations, please call (302) 994-2521 ext.7306.
Del Cap Room is open.
Sunday-Thursday: Noon – 6pm
Friday-Saturday: Noon – 6:30pm
Rooney’s Deli is open.
Kelso’s is open.
Wednesday-Saturday: is open 8am – 4pm
The Cove is open.
Sunday-Wednesday: 11am – 8pm
Thursday-Saturday: 11am – 9pm
At The Rail Wine Bar & Grille is open and reservations are encouraged for dining.
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday-Thursday: Noon – 8pm
Friday-Saturday: Noon – 9pm
Sunday: 10am – 6pm
For reservations call At the Rail – 302-994-6700 ext 7194 or click on Open Table. Takeout is also available.
Grove is open.
Live Racing Days: Noon – Last Race
New Castle Room is open.
Saturday: Noon – Last Race
Gift Shop is open.
Wednesday-Sunday: Noon – 8pm
1937 Brewing Company
Wednesday & Thursdays Noon-10:00pm
Friday & Saturday Noon-10:00pm
*Bar will remain open until midnight).
All self-service options, including beverage stations, are still temporarily closed. Please check back here regularly for updates on which restaurants and bars will be available during your visit.
What restrictions and changes are there?Jayne Lornie2021-09-14T18:45:23+00:00
Our current simulcast schedule is always posted on the first floor of the Clubhouse and at the Program stand in the Race Book. We also have it available on this site under the “Horse Racing” heading to the left of the page. You may also call (302) 998-0110 or click here to view current month.
When are racing programs available & where can I get one?andrz@dp2017-03-21T14:53:11+00:00
Our live racing program is generally available the afternoon before the race day and can be printed from the Program Kiosks. Combined simulcasting programs (Harness and Thoroughbred) can be purchased on 1st floor of the Clubhouse, as well as printed from the kiosks (individual racetracks only.)
Daily Racing Program past performance and picks for Delaware Park races are also available online by clicking HERE. We also sell the Daily Racing Form on Club 1.
How can I meet one of the Delaware Park jockeys?andrz@dp2017-03-21T14:52:46+00:00
Not only is our open-air paddock one of the prettiest in the country, but it allows you the opportunity to see the pre-race action up close. The Jock’s Room is located directly adjacent to this area and the jockeys are always willing to greet visitors before dashing off to their mount.
I misplaced my Win/Loss tax statement. How do I get another one?andrz@dp2017-03-21T14:52:15+00:00
At this time, Delaware Park does not have the capability of accepting wagers either by telephone or online. An online service such as www.youbet.com is your best option for placing your wager. Please keep in mind that with the exception of special races, Delaware Park accepts wagers on same day races only.
How can I get race results and scratches?andrz@dp2017-03-21T14:51:01+00:00
We have a wide range of machines for play from half cent denominations to $50. Reels and video, as well as progressive slots and electronic table games are located throughout our roomy parlor. *Half cent games do require a minimum bet but offer 2 lines per penny.
Which forms of identification do you accept for paying out winnings?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:23:42+00:00
We offer over live table games and a full service Poker Room. Games include Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Mini and Midi Baccarat, Let it Ride, Texas Hold ‘Em, Four and Five-Card Poker and Pai Gow (Fortune).
What are the Slots operating hours?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:22:38+00:00
Our promotions and incentives are based on many criteria, including amount of visits in a time period, as well as points earned. We value your patronage and encourage you to use your card every time you play, so you can become eligible for these special offers.
Do my Player Rewards Club points expire?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:21:19+00:00
The 40,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse at White Clay Creek Country Club is a great venue for your corporate or social event. We also offer the New Castle Room in the racing Clubhouse, for your enjoyment. Please contact our Banquets Manager at (302) 994-2521 ext. 7212 for availability.
How do I make reservations in one of your restaurants?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:13:45+00:00
Reservations at Legends can be made by calling (302) 994-2521 ext. 7476. The Terrace Dining Room is open on live race days only and a table can be reserved by calling (302) 994-2521 ext. 7306. At the Rail can be reached at (302) 994-6700 ext. 7194.
Is there a ‘Happy Hour’ at any of your restaurants?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:13:21+00:00
There are many wonderful places to stay within the vicinity of Delaware Park. Click here to get Local Area Hotel information. Many area hotels offer a special rate for Delaware Park visitors, so please be sure to inquire about this when making your reservation.
Do any area hotels offer shuttle service to Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:06:39+00:00
White Clay Creek Country Club is an 18-hole championship course. Membership in our fabulous Player Rewards Club is required to be eligible to play– this is at no cost to you. More specifics can be found at www.whiteclaycreekgolfcourse.com.
Can I get a gift certificate for Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:05:28+00:00
Delaware Park offers many gift-giving options, as detailed below. White Clay Creek Country Club gift cards can be purchased in the Clubhouse gift shop. These can be used for Pro Shop purchase, green fees, or golf lessons.
Food and Beverage gift certificates can be obtained from the Gift Cart, located at the valet entrance to the Slots area. Currently, guests may also call the department for one to be mailed (302-994-2521 x 7279 or 7239).
For a SLOT CASH ticket, simply go to any slot machine and deposit the desired amount of cash, and then press the “CASH OUT BUTTON”. A slot machine voucher will print. Go to any cashier window to receive a “JACKET” to insert your “SLOT CASH” ticket. The recipient of your gift just inserts the cash ticket into any slot machine and begins playing.
For a MUTUEL BETTING voucher, please stop by any Mutuel window. They will be happy to assist you.
What trains/buses run to Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:03:50+00:00
Fairplay Station is located on Delaware Park property and receives
Amtrak ) rail service. DART buses serving New Castle County, do have a line that stops at Delaware Park. Schedules can be viewed by clicking on the appropriate link under “Local Info” on our Directions Page.
Do you allow smoking at Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T12:01:57+00:00
No one under the age of 21 is permitted on the Slot floor. The legal age to wager on Slots is 21 years of age or older.
Race and Sports Book & Grove areas
There are no age restrictions to enter the Race and Sports Book & Grove areas, however all children (under the age of 18) must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
The legal age to wagering on horse racing is 18 years of age or older.
The legal age to place a sports bet is 21 years or older.
Age requirements are strictly enforced and we appreciate your adherence to these policies.
How can I apply for employment at Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:59:41+00:00
Available positions can be viewed by clicking here.Applications are available at HR @ the Park, 777 Delaware Park Blvd., Wilmington, DE 19804. The office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm. Telephone: 1-302-994-2521 ext 7158; 1-800-41 SLOTS; Fax; 302-993-8976. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I get more information on Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:59:18+00:00
Our upscale boutique, Traditions, is conveniently located on the first floor of the Slots parlor. You may use your accumulated Player Rewards points to shop for name brand electronics, apparel, and gift items. Additionally, gift carts are located throughout the facility, offering various horse and slot memorabilia.
What am I allowed to bring into the Grove area?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:58:25+00:00
For your enjoyment, picnic baskets, coolers, and charcoal grills are permitted in this outdoor area. Propane grills, glass and alcohol are prohibited from Delaware Park property. For your safety, as well as ours, all coolers and bags are subject to search upon entrance. For more information about The Grove click here.
Can I buy Delaware Park merchandise online?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:57:57+00:00
Only those patrons in proper attire will be admitted to At the Rail Wine Bar & Grille, located in the White Clay Creek Country Club. We request no jeans or denim, no cut-off shorts, or tee shirts of any kind. This is strictly enforced.
Do you offer entertainment, such as live music?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:56:08+00:00
General parking and admission are FREE and complimentary shuttle service is provided from the parking areas to the Slots & racing Clubhouse. Valet parking is offered at our Slots and Racetrack entrances for $4.
Does Delaware Park give ‘comp’ drinks to its players?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:54:11+00:00
Our Gift Cart in the Slots lobby does sell Delaware Lottery tickets. Per Delaware Lottery rules, tickets can be purchased anytime the Gift Cart is open, with the exception of specific game days. Lotto can be purchased until 7:15 p.m. on gaming days (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays) for the 7:57 p.m. drawing and Powerball can be purchased up to 9:45 p.m. on gaming days (Wednesdays and Saturdays) for the 10:59 p.m. drawing.
Can I distribute or post flyers for my organization or business at Delaware Park?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:53:28+00:00
If you are interested in performing on Delaware Park’s HOPS Stage, written requests and/or website addresses will be accepted by contacting Center Stage Entertainment, Inc. All requests will be reviewed within 30 days.
To send a demo CD, mail to:
Center Stage Entertainment, Inc.
902 W. Laurel Road
Lindenwold, NJ 08021
Attn: Alex Glover
No, see BELOW: the rules are specific in that we have to wager on at least three separate games. Example:
In the above example, there are four games but there are 14 total choices in which you could choose up to 7 for a maximum payout of up to a 7 play parlay. Again, you must touch upon at least three separate games. A selection of 1, 3 and 5 would NOT constitute a wager and neither would a selection of 1,3,5,7 because even though there are four selections, the above only involves the outcome of two games. A 3rd and separate game such as a selection on #10 would need to be used to make a 3rd and separate game. A selection of 1,3,5,7,10 if all were correct, would payout on 5 selections but again, only involves, and has to involve, 3 separate games.
Is there a cut off time to make a bet?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:23:15+00:00
You can place a bet up until kickoff, however, if the guest is placing a large bet that must be approved then we recommend that the guest allow a few extra minutes before kick off so they don’t get locked out.
Where will the football games be shown?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:21:32+00:00
During the week, games will be shown on the first floor of the Race and Sports Book. Sports Tellers and Self Serve Betting Terminals are available.
Sports and Race Tellers are designated by overhead signage. The self service terminals are also designated by signage.
On Sundays, in addition to the first floor of the Race and Sports Book, the Sports Bar on the third floor will be open and all televisions on the main floor and the New Castle Room are designated for sports. Simulcast Racing on Sundays will be available on first and second floors of the Race and Sports Book.
On Sundays, throughout the football season, food and drink specials will be available in the Race and Sports Book.
What are your Hours of Operation?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:20:46+00:00
No. The line at the time of the wager is listed on your ticket and remains the same. The payoff is also listed on your ticket and does not change except in the case of a push/tie. See the official rules for more details on a push/tie.
Can I make a wager at any of Delaware’s Sports Books or Sports Lottery locations and then cash the tickets at Delaware Park’s Sports Book?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:15:20+00:00
Example: If I place a wager at Dover Downs; can I cash the ticket at Delaware Park? Yes, all of Delaware’s racetracks are able to cash each others tickets as well as any sports ticket from any of Delaware’s Sports lottery locations.
How do I cash in my winning Sports Betting Ticket?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:13:20+00:00
Winning tickets may be cashed at any of the Sports Books located at Delaware Park, Dover Downs, or Harrington. None of the facilities offer redemption of winning tickets through the mail. If you would like to redeem your winning ticket through the mail, you must mail the ticket to the Delaware State Lottery Office, whose address is listed on the back of the ticket.
How long do I have to cash a sports betting ticket before it is void?andrz@dp2017-03-21T11:12:44+00:00
The minimum age to place or cash a Sports wager is 21 years of age.
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