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Conveniently located off NYS Thruway Exit 48, you can discover why Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel is the premier entertainment destination! Open daily 8am – 4am with over 790 of the hottest and most in-demand games as well as Live Harness Racing from the end of July – December.

Batavia Downs Gaming features 4 restaurants:
Thurman’s 34 Rush – The ultimate sports bar experience
Fortune’s – Fine dining in a relaxing atmosphere
The Clubhouse – Watch the live harness races while enjoying fine dining! (Closed for the season)
Homestretch Grill – Enjoy all of your favorites, quick and easy!

Also onsite is Batavia Downs Racetrack, America’s Oldest Lighted Harness Track.

General Inquiries  585.343.3750                                             

Reservations: Fortune’s  585.343.3750 ext 6277

The Clubhouse  585.343.3750 ext 6482

Group/Event Booking  585.343.3750 ext 6468 

FREE Valet Parking will be Open Daily!
Monday-Thursday   9am-9pm   •   Friday & Saturday   10am-11pm   •   Sunday   8am-9pm

Parking Lot Shuttle  Friday & Saturday   5-7pm

Hotel Shuttle  Friday & Saturday   7pm-midnight

Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel is owned and operated by Western Regional Off-Track Betting, a public benefit corporation. Municipalities that own Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel include: City of Buffalo, Cayuga County, Chautauqua County, Erie County, Genesee County, Livingston County, Monroe County, Niagara County, Orleans County, Oswego County, City of Rochester, Seneca County, Steuben County, Wayne County, and Wyoming County.

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Delacy Ford, Batavia New York
The Hotel at Batavia Downs

Must be 18 years of age or older to play video gaming machines or wager on horses. Please play responsibly.

Wagering on horse racing and playing Video Gaming Machines is entertaining and fun when done in a responsible manner. If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, please call for 24-hour assistance at 1-877-8 HOPE NY or click HERE to visit the NY Council on Problem Gambling Support Directory. Click HERE for more information on our Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program.