Vacation Guide to Southwest Florida

Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Racing & Poker


On Bonita Beach Road, just west of I-75 in Bonita Springs, the Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Racing & Poker facility offers year-round dog racing. Live racing is held daily in season and 5-6 times per week off-season. In addition, the facility features simulcast greyhound and horse racing, as well as a poker room. The poker room is a casino style setting offering a variety of poker games (age minimum 18), ranging from 25-cent and 50-cent to $1.00 and $2.00 games.

There are a variety of dining options, including full lunch and dinner menus at the clubhouse, a casual grille serving sandwiches, grill items and pizza, and a full-service bar. Of special note, the track sponsors an Adopt-A-Greyhound program. Greyhounds are one of the most affectionate and intelligent breeds and the perfect family pet. You can adopt a retired greyhound (2-3 years old) at the track (main floor of the grandstand). NOTE: Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Racing & Poker is a non-smoking facility.

Official Website


Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Racing & Poker,


10601 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, FL 34135




Gambling Attraction


In Bonita Springs,

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Area Information

Bonita Springs

Bonita Springs is conveniently located north of Naples and south of Estero, with easy access to I-75, Southwest Florida International Airport and the Gulf of Mexico beaches. Historically a sleepy fishing village, Bonita Springs has grown to a population nearing 50,000. Its mix of historical and new is evident along Hickory Boulevard, where original beachfront cottage-type homes are intermingled with newly constructed, larger and more luxurious residences. Older residential communities remain scattered among newer gated communities featuring golf courses, club houses and resort-style amenities. Original family-owned restaurants are interspersed with national chains and high-end eateries. Bonita Springs truly is a mix of historic and brand new. For more information, please see our Bonita Springs – Estero Visitor Guide.