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convenient location

directions to the casino

Directions from Baltimore, Maryland: Take I-95 South toward Washington and take Exit 49B to I-695 West toward I-70 West/Towson. Merge onto I-695 North. Take exit 16-16A-16B to merge onto I-70 West toward Frederick. Stay on I-70 West and take Exit 52 to merge onto US-15 South/US-340 West. Continue onto WV-51 and turn right onto Hollywood Drive. Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will be on the right.

Directions from Washington, D.C.: Take I-66 West to VA-267 West, following signs for Dulles Airport/I-495 North/Baltimore. Keep right at the fork to stay on VA-267 West, following signs for I-495. Take Exit 1A to merge onto US-15 South/VA-7 West/Leesburg Bypass toward Leesburg/Warrenton. Take the exit toward Round Hill and merge onto VA-7 Bus W, turn right onto Evening Star Drive, right onto Sate Route 719, left onto State Route 751 and left onto VA-9 West. VA-9 West turns into WV-9 West, follow that to State Highway 9/WV-9. Turn right toward Flowing Springs Road, right at the first cross street, take the 2nd exit in the traffic circle onto East 5th Avenue and turn left onto Hollywood Drive. Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races will be on the right.

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Things to Do Near Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races

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luxury hotel & area Attractions

luxury hotel

If you’ve come to play, you can stay in comfort at The Inn at Charles Town casino hotel, located on the grounds of Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. Nestled in the Shenandoah Valley and surrounded by the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains, The Inn at Charles Town serves as the perfect oasis, offering first-class amenities and rich interiors just steps from exciting casino action and thoroughbred horse racing.

The Inn at Charles Town features 18 spacious suites, all with premier views of the thoroughbred race track. Free shuttle service is available to guests seeking to visit the race track and Hollywood Casino.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions about our hotel, casino or racetrack, please use the form below to send a message to Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races.

Acceptable Valid Id's

All ID's must have a photograph, be current, and written in English.

• US Issued Driver’s License
• US Issued State ID Card
• Resident Alien Card
• Passport
• Passport Card
• Current US Military ID

Basic Rules

• Must be 21 to enter. No ID no entry.
• No outside food or beverage.
• No weapons (includes knives).
• No outside alcohol or drinking in parking areas etc.
• We reserve the right to visually inspect all bags, packages and purses.
• Patron showing visible signs of intoxication are not allowed to enter or remain on property.
• We are not responsible for loss or damage resulting in the parking areas. Safe guard your valuables.


• Patrons under the age of 21 are NOT permitted on the Casino floor.<
• Patrons under the age 18 are not permitted in the OTW, Grandstands or racing apron except during live racing.
• During Live Racing minors are allowed in the OTW, Apron, Grandstands, the Terrance dining area (when open) 1 hour before the start of live racing until ½ hour after the end of the last race.
• All minors must remain under control (within physical control-approximately arms length of) and accompanied by an adult while on property.
• Minors under 18 may not be left unattended on property including in your hotel room or in your vehicle without an adult present.

Photography Policy

Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races (“HCCTR”) permits still photography, limited for personal use on the racing side of the facility subject to the following conditions:

• Cameras with a detachable or professional lens will not be permitted onto HCCTR grounds without an HCCTR issued media credential. This includes telephoto or zoom lenses of any kind and interchangeable lenses of any kind.
• HCCTR reserves the right to disallow cameras that, in the opinion of HCCTR will be used to produce professionally or commercially marketed images. • Flash photography is strictly prohibited.
• Camcorders or any other audio/visual equipment are prohibited unless authorized by HCCTR.
• No tripod or other photography equipment may be used without an HCCTR issued media credential.
• HCCTR strictly prohibits the use of still photos or video footage for commercial or professional purposes without the express written approval and issuance of a media credential by HCCTR.
• Anyone wishing to take photographs in the barn area must be issued a valid media credential by HCCTR and have express permission by HCCTR to do so. If any horses are photographed, permission must be obtained by the trainer of any horse being photographed.

No photography or audio/visual recording of any kind is permitted on the gaming floor.


• Members of the media and anyone taking photographs for commercial or professional use must obtain an HCCTR issued media credential prior to doing so.
• Photography is limited to the outdoor areas of the track and may not occur indoors or at mutuel windows.
• Credentials are issued on a per event basis and not valid for any length of time past the date of issuance.
• Daily media credentials are given to applicants who represent a professional media organization that provides content in a prudent and responsible manner.
• Applicants that do not represent a professional media organization may be considered for credentials, but only if they have previously demonstrated prudent and responsible coverage of HCCTR or thoroughbred racing on a regular basis.
• For all types of credentials and outlets, credentials will only be issued to those whose primary purpose is news gathering and dissemination. Outlets who seek to obtain credentials mainly for commercial gain will not be provided with credentials.
• Freelance writers, photographers, and videographers may only receive a credential based on the publication they are representing and on a pre-approved story concept.
• Applying in no way guarantees a media outlet will receive credentials. HCCTR has the right to deny or revoke credentials for any reason at any time.
• HCCTR requires anyone intending to bring equipment on site have proof of insurance on file prior to the date of the event.