Wareham Park

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Thoroughbred racing has a long and storied history in Massachusetts. Wareham Park represents an opportunity to build upon that history, offering a new generation the opportunity to experience the thrill and elegance of the sport in a new, state-of-the-art sports, entertainment and hospitality venue.

Beyond creating a new home for thoroughbred racing, Wareham Park will also help to reinvigorate the state’s equine industry while also creating significant economic opportunity for Wareham and the surrounding communities.

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Wareham Park is a racecourse designed for a new era, geared to the interests of fans of all ages. Wareham Park is a $300 million-plus economic development project that would deliver on the promise of the state’s casino gaming law to Southeastern Massachusetts, creating more than 1,000 permanent jobs, generating over $50 million in annual state and local revenue, and reviving the thoroughbred racing industry in Massachusetts.

While the track and grandstand are the cornerstone of the plan, a wide range of additional attractions and amenities will make Wareham Park a showcase destination with a year-round appeal.

Our offer is to develop a sustainable, diversified economic development project that delivers the benefits promised to Southeastern Massachusetts under the casino gaming law while at the same time creating a welcoming sports and entertainment venue for both local residents and tourists, and their families.

Wareham Park Rendering

The site is located in Wareham, Massachusetts in Region C (which encompasses Bristol, Plymouth, Nantucket, Dukes and Barnstable counties), one of three regions authorized by the state’s 2011 Expanded Gaming Act to host a “Category 1” casino — and the only region without a gaming facility eight years after the law was passed. The Notos Group will ask the Legislature to give the Massachusetts Gaming Commission the discretion to approve a gaming facility that reflects current market realities.

With its proximity to Cape Cod and easy access to Interstate 195 and 495, Wareham is an ideal location. The site is an undeveloped 275-acre property just north of Route 25. This location falls within Region C — one of three regions authorized by the state to host a casino/gaming facility, but the only that has yet to see the advantages of expanding gaming in Massachusetts.

Wareham Park Rendering

  • A multi-faceted gaming and entertainment facility with multiple restaurants, electronic gaming, entertainment venues and more.
  • A new ballpark for the Wareham Gateman of the Cape Cod Baseball League.
  • A top-quality Wareham hotel focused on tourism and events.
  • A state-of-the-art thoroughbred racing/equine health facility
Wareham, MA

Wareham Park holds the promise of significant economic development — for Wareham and surrounding communities, the region’s equine industry and The Commonwealth as a whole. Economic benefits would be realized in a variety of ways:

  • A more than $300 million investment in Wareham and Southeastern Massachusetts.
  • More than $50 million in revenue to the Commonwealth.
  • Over $5 million in annual revenue to the Town of Wareham.
  • More than 1,000 permanent jobs.
  • Over 1,000 construction jobs.
  • Additional revenue for surrounding communities.
  • The revival of the thoroughbred racing/breeding industry in Massachusetts, a $116 million industry that was responsible for 1,500 jobs and the preservation of thousands of acres of open space in Massachusetts.
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Wareham Park is a racecourse designed for a new era, geared to the interests of fans of all ages. Wareham Park is a $300 million-plus economic development project that would deliver on the promise of the state’s casino gaming law to Southeastern Massachusetts, creating more than 1,000 permanent jobs, generating over $50 million in annual state and local revenue, and reviving the thoroughbred racing industry in Massachusetts.

While the track and grandstand are the cornerstone of the plan, a wide range of additional attractions and amenities will make Wareham Park a showcase destination with a year-round appeal.

Our offer is to develop a sustainable, diversified economic development project that delivers the benefits promised to Southeastern Massachusetts under the casino gaming law while at the same time creating a welcoming sports and entertainment venue for both local residents and tourists, and their families.

Wareham Park Rendering

The site is located in Wareham, Massachusetts in Region C (which encompasses Bristol, Plymouth, Nantucket, Dukes and Barnstable counties), one of three regions authorized by the state’s 2011 Expanded Gaming Act to host a “Category 1” casino — and the only region without a gaming facility eight years after the law was passed. The Notos Group will ask the Legislature to give the Massachusetts Gaming Commission the discretion to approve a gaming facility that reflects current market realities.

With its proximity to Cape Cod and easy access to Interstate 195 and 495, Wareham is an ideal location. The site is an undeveloped 275-acre property just north of Route 25. This location falls within Region C — one of three regions authorized by the state to host a casino/gaming facility, but the only that has yet to see the advantages of expanding gaming in Massachusetts.

Wareham Park Rendering

  • A multi-faceted gaming and entertainment facility with multiple restaurants, electronic gaming, entertainment venues and more.
  • A new ballpark for the Wareham Gateman of the Cape Cod Baseball League.
  • A top-quality Wareham hotel focused on tourism and events.
  • A state-of-the-art thoroughbred racing/equine health facility

 

Wareham, MA

Wareham Park holds the promise of significant economic development — for Wareham and surrounding communities, the region’s equine industry and The Commonwealth as a whole. Economic benefits would be realized in a variety of ways:

  • A more than $300 million investment in Wareham and Southeastern Massachusetts.
  • More than $50 million in revenue to the Commonwealth.
  • Over $5 million in annual revenue to the Town of Wareham.
  • More than 1,000 permanent jobs.
  • Over 1,000 construction jobs.
  • Additional revenue for surrounding communities.
  • The revival of the thoroughbred racing/breeding industry in Massachusetts, a $116 million industry that was responsible for 1,500 jobs and the preservation of thousands of acres of open space in Massachusetts.
Thoroughbred racing

In Massachusetts, the equine industry has a significant direct and indirect economic impact — spanning more than 41,000 acres and employing over 7,000 people.

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