List of casinos in Ohio

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List of casinos in the U.S. state of Ohio
Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment CenterAnderson TownshipHamiltonOhioRacinoFormerly known as River Downs. Opened May 1, 2014 [1] with 1,600 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield ParkNorthfieldSummitOhioRacinoOpened December 18, 2013 with 2,300 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Hollywood Casino ColumbusColumbusFranklinOhioLand-basedOpened October 8, 2012.
Hollywood Casino ToledoToledoLucasOhioLand-basedOpened May 29, 2012.[2]
Hollywood Gaming at Dayton RacewayDaytonMontgomeryOhioRacinoRelocation of Raceway Park. Opened August 28, 2014[3] with 1,000 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race CourseAustintownMahoningOhioRacinoRelocation of Beulah Park. Opened September 17, 2014[3] with 850 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Horseshoe Casino CincinnatiCincinnatiHamiltonOhioLand-basedOpened March 4, 2013.
Horseshoe Casino ClevelandClevelandCuyahogaOhioPublic SquareLand-basedOhio's first casino (Phase I) opened on May 14, 2012 in the historic former Higbee's Building in Tower City Center on Public Square. Phase II scheduled to be built along the bend of the Cuyahoga River behind Tower City Center at a future date yet to be determined.
Miami Valley GamingTurtlecreek TownshipWarrenOhioRacinoRelocation of Lebanon Raceway. Opened December 12, 2013 with 2,500 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Scioto Downs RacinoColumbusFranklinOhioRacinoOpened June 1, 2012 with 2,100 video lottery terminals. No table games.
Thistledown RacinoNorth RandallCuyahogaOhioRacinoOpened April 9, 2013[4] with 1,100 video lottery terminals. No table games.


  1. ^ Alexander Coolidge (May 2, 2014). "Belterra Park opens: Things to know". Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved 2014-05-14. 
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  3. ^ a b Steve Wartenberg (August 6, 2014). "Ohio's 11th racino/casino sets opening date". Columbus Dispatch. Retrieved 2014-08-06. 
  4. ^ Thomas Ott (April 9, 2013). "Thistledown draws a crowd for opening of Ohio's second racino". The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH). Retrieved 2013-04-11.