Turning Stone Casino, located in the town of Verona in central New York State, is owned and operated by the Oneida Native American nation. Opened in 1993, the casino and adjacent resort offer gaming, golf and name entertainment.
About Turning Stone Casino
Turning Stone Casino features features more than 2,100 slot machines as well tables games that include blackjack, craps, Let it Ride, roulette and Texas hold 'em poker. There's also a state-of-the-art poker room, a VIP lounge, bingo and keno available.
Gambling isn't the only thing to do at Turning Stone Casino. The AAA four-diamond resort offers five championship golf courses, one of which is PGA quality, as well as an arcade, a spa and fitness club, 13 bars and restaurants, tennis and racquetball courts, and a showroom. The resort hosts a full calendar of appearances by big-name entertainers. Recent guests have included Styx, Kenny Rogers, Jim Brickman and Jenny McCarthy.
Visiting Turning Stone Casino
Verona is easy to reach from most East Coast cities. The casino is located just off of I-90 (the New York State Thruway), just east of Syracuse, and the resort offers ample free parking as well as valet parking and shuttle service between the casino and other resort buildings.
Turning Stone Casino features a variety of accommodations, ranging from luxury hotel rooms at the Lodge to affordable and comfortable lodging at the Inn to full service sites at the RV park. The entire resort complex is equipped with WiFi access.
While in the Verona area, be sure to visit the New York State Canalway Trail, located along the course of the old Erie Canal; the Oneida Company Store and clearance center in nearby Sherill; and the Fort Stanwix National Monument, a colonial fort outside of Rome, New York, built in 1758.
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