Look no further than the shore of the Potomac River! Tom and Penny Flanagan purchased the Old Reno and renamed it "Riverboat on the Potomac". In 1992, it was the hub of activity with the Maryland and Virginia lottery. They brought with them Keno (Maryland Lottery), which is as Tom said, "Keno is more like Bingo". On February 9, 1994, they received their license for Off Track Betting, the horses and the business took off like a thoroughbred heading for the finish line!

Tom and Penny have enjoyed a great relationship with the Town of Colonial Beach and their patrons for many years. A town dubbed, "Little Las Vegas" by the "Saturday Evening Post", was coming back to life with the new offerings at the Riverboat.

While away on vacation, catastrophe struck, Hurricane Isabel destroyed the building on September 18, 2003. Determined to rebuild, Penny stated, "It was Tom's dream; because he was the Riverboat." After many months of red tape, the first test pilings were finally completed in late 2004. Unfortunately, Tom did not live to see the completion of the new building.

Penny Flanagan, the only female OTB owner in the state of Maryland, has created the perfect summer getaway. Come by boat, golf cart, helicopter, motorcycle, or vehicle, multiple access is the key at this location! Situated on the Potomac River, the Riverboat has something for everyone with close proximity to Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts and shopping! The Riverboat is considered to be in Virginia and Maryland because Maryland owns the Potomac River. Off-track betting parlor, Keno, Maryland and Virginia lottery and top it off with great food and fun atmosphere!

We are back bigger and better than ever! All dining rooms and the banquet room have the sought after panoramic view of the Potomac River. 

Hours of Operation
Monday- Closed until 04/01/19
Tuesday- 11 AM to 8 PM
Wednesday- 11 AM to 8 PM
Thursday- 11 AM to 8PM
Friday- 11 AM to 11:00 PM
Saturday- 10 AM to 11:00 PM
Sunday- 9 AM to 8 PM
301 Beach Terrace
Colonial Beach, VA
Phone:  804-224-7055