TURNING STONE CASINO RESORT
5218 Patrick Road
Verona, New York 13478-3012
24 Hour Bingo Jack Pot Line - (800) 782-1938
Toll Free Show Reservations - (877) 833-SHOW
The first Indian casino in New York was the Turning-Stone Casino Resort. It opened on July 20, 1993. The Turning Stone offers gaming, entertainment, dining, world-class golf, and resort accommodations. It is located 20 miles west of Utica on Hwy 365. In November 2014 the Oneida announce plans to build a 60-store luxury outlet center near their main entrance. Ground breaking is scheduled for spring 2015 with completion in fall 2016.Gaming
Open daily 24 hours
500,000 square foot casino
2,300 slot machines
Bingo - 1,350 seats - see our bingo page for additional information.
Keno - called approximately every five minutes.
80 Table Games
Includes Blackjack, Craps, Caribbean Stud Poker, Let it Ride, Roulette, Acey Deucey (Red Dog), Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, Four Card Poker, Baccarat, Sic Bo, Texas Hold'Em, Mini Bac, Midi Bac (Macau style), Big Six Money Wheels, Casino War.
7 days a week
Computerized player waiting lists displayed on four 65" screens.
Tableside food and beverage service
Sporting events on 12 big-screen TVs
Delta Cafe - Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Emerald Restaurant - American serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Forest Grill Steakhouse - Steak serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Garden Buffet - Buffet serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Peach Blossom - Chinese serves Lunch and Dinner
Pino Bianco Trattoria - Italian serves Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Rodizio Churrascaria - Brazilian
Stone Roast Coffee Company - Cafe
Stone Street Market - Deli/Grill
Turning Stone Casino is located within the Hotel
There are 700 guest rooms and suites.
AAA Four Diamond ratings for The Lodge and The Tower Hotel
2013 Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Casino Spa and Best Golf Spa
Golf.com Premiere Resorts 2012 Silver Medal Award
Spa Finder Wellness Readers’ awards for Best Spa for Men, Best Casino Hotel Spa, and Best Spa for Golf.
Named “2010 Most Excellent Golf Resort” by Condé Nast Johansens