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Seabrook (Closed)

New Contact Information

Seabrook Greyhound Park no longer hold any racing on their grounds. However they do still hold Simulcast wagering. Please view their website for more information on their opening times.

For more information you can also contact Seabrook at 603-474-3065.

Old Contact Info

Seabrook Greyhound Park
319 New Zealand Road
New Hampshire

Tel: 603-474-3065


Track Info

Seabrook was built in 1973 and opened in 90 days; from the moment the first bulldozer set its treads on the plot of land to the moment the track opened. Originally, Seabrook Greyhound Park was only supposed to be a seasonal track, but the demand from the patrons and the need of revenue for New Hampshire persuaded the owners to keep it open year-round.

The track has the standard types of betting, and a few more exotic types that can pay off bigger to wise bettors. Programs to reward the visitors, such as give-aways, door prizes, low-cost get-aways for couples, and business and club trips have become a large part of the drawing power of the track.

The Granite Room is Seabrook Greyhound Park's function facility that draws local and corporate customers.

Seabrook Greyhound Park has their own adoption program for the retiring greyhound racers, and they encourage greyhound adoption. Another program is Seabrook Rewards - a promotion designed to thank the patrons of the track. For every dollar the patrons spend, they earn points, similar to frequent flyer miles.


Seabrook Greyhound Park is 55 minutes from Boston, just off of Interstate 95 at Exit 1 in New Hampshire. We're minutes from Routes 1 and 495. There is plenty of free parking.

For more information and maps on how to get Seabrook please visit their website.