New York State Casinos
Turning Stone Casino Resort Guide
Turning Stone Casino Resort, located between Utica and Rome, is the fifth-largest tourist attraction in New York State and draws 4.5 million visitors annually from throughout the United States and Canada. From About.com's Romantic Getaways Guide Susan Breslow Sardone, here's everything you need to plan a fun, romantic and hopefully, lucrative, visit to Turning Stone Casino.
Akwesasne Mohawk Casino
Located in the Adirondacks in Hogansburg, New York, this casino offers gambling action 24 hours a day. Check the casino Web site for an entertainment schedule and current promotions.
Batavia Downs Gaming
Batavia Downs in Batavia, New York, is home to both a harness racing track and a casino with more than 580 video gaming machines.
Saratoga Gaming & Raceway
The Saratoga Racino is part horse track, part casino, with live and simulcast racing action, plus 55,000 square feet of video slots, video poker and other high-tech games.
Seneca Gaming and Entertainment
Owned and operated by the Seneca Nation of Indians, this casino is located in Salamanca, New York, about a half-hour south of Buffalo on the Lake Erie shoreline. Originally just a Bingo Hall, the casino now features slot machines and a poker room, as well.
Seneca Niagara Casino
Niagara Falls' new Seneca Niagara Casino held its grand opening on New Year's Eve 2002. An $80 million project has transformed the Niagara Falls Convention and Civic Center into a full-service casino featuring 82,000 square feet of gaming space with 2,595 slot machines and 91 table games. The casino also has a buffet and a pub. Additional expansions are planned.
Turning Stone Casino Resort
The Oneida Nation's Turning Stone Casino is situated near Syracuse in Verona, New York. The casino opened in 1993 and is one of New York State's top tourist attractions. The casino resort boasts more than 120,000 square feet of gaming space, four hotels, an RV park, a campground, a golf course and dozens of restaurants and shops.