Belmont Park is a seasonal-use Long Island Rail Road station on the grounds of the Belmont Park racetrack in Elmont, New York. The station is open and train service is operated only during the racing seasons of Belmont Park. The station is a terminus of a spur line that lies south of and between the Queens Village and Bellerose stations on the Main Line/Hempstead Branch.
Service for Belmont Park operates express to and from Jamaica, where connections are available to City Terminal Zone trains as well as service to other Long Island Rail Road stations. Most Belmont Park trains originate or terminate at Pennsylvania Station with a stop at Woodside. Additional service is provided on the day of the Belmont Stakes. The New York & Atlantic Railway serves the park twice a week, delivering boxcars loaded with feed for the park's horses. The LIRR also stores its own gondolas, hoppers and flatcars used in worktrain service at the park's station.
Unlike the rest of the track, the Belmont Park train station is part of a small sliver of Belmont property (including some parking) that crosses into Queens County. The racing complex is located in Nassau County. Also, unlike the rest of the LIRR system, the Belmont Parkway station is the only low-platform station, with permanently fixed steps installed to allow passengers to exit LIRR cars designed for high platform use.