Hallandale Beach and its iconic beach ball water tower beckons you to enjoy the warm sand and surf! If the beach isn’t your thing, or you are looking for more excitement, check out Gulfstream Racetrack & Casino for the heart-pounding action wagering on "Sport of Kings" and gaming! The track is a stone’s throw from the ocean making it one of the most beautiful in the country. Gulfstream is home to premier thoroughbread racing and host of the annual Florida Derby. The casino offers over 1,200 slot machines as well as "live" poker tables.
In addition, the Gulfstream complex has world-class shopping, bowling, bars and dining for all. You could join the infamous Simpsons’ couch before having fun in the Barker Animation Art Gallery.
Gaming in Hallendale Beach can also be found at The Big Easy Casino, formerly known as Mardi Gras Casino and Hollywood Greyhound Track offers over 900 slot machines. "live" poker as well as virtual blackjack and roullette. Music concerts are held at each of Hallendale Beach’s gaming venues on a regular basis.
Music concerts are held each of the gaming venues in Hallendale Beach on a regular basis. In addition, the city has numerous parks and golf courses for the visitor as well as it’s staple – the beautiful beach.
Special Needs Group is pleased to service you by providing hotel pick-up and delivery at the start and/or close of your vacation for mobility scooters / equipment, oxygen needs, and special needs equipment. For more information, please call 1-800-513-4515.
Special Needs Group (SNG) is the leading global provider of mobility, oxygen, and other special needs equipment rentals for travelers. SNG is dedicated to serving the mobility challenged, mature, and special needs market segments. Recommended by the major cruise lines for superior service and value, we also deliver to hotels, and resorts. SNG is dedicated to fullfilling the requirements for persons who want to trvavel, but may require special needs equipment. We make travel easy, comfortable, and convenient. Our trained agents provided service last year worldwide to 215 metropolitan areas in 68 countries.