ELIZABETH, IN (WAVE) - The casinos at Belterra and Horseshoe Southern Indiana have reopened after closing for several days due to flooding concerns.
Due to rising Ohio River conditions, both were closed for several days.
On Saturday, Caesar’s Entertainment released the casino and restaurants are open. The hotel was reopened on Sunday evening.
Belterra released a statement on Saturday that their casino was reopen and the property didn’t have any damage.
Full statement from Belterra Casino and Resort:
I am pleased to announce that the casino at Belterra Casino Resort in Southern Indiana will reopen at 2 p.m. today. The casino floor closed earlier this week due to high river levels and the property is expected to return to full operating capacity as of the reopening today. The property did not sustain any damage during the closure. Furthermore, the Dennis Miller show scheduled for tonight will proceed as planned at 7p.m.
All scheduled promotions, events, and entertainment at Horseshoe Southern Indiana from 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, February 15, were canceled.
The marine staff at Horseshoe is continuously monitoring the river forecast.