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Turning Stone Casino Introduction

Owned by the Oneida Indian Nation, the Turning Stone Casino was created as an enterprise to aid in the economic development of the tribe. This lively entertainment resort includes nationally ranked hotels and restaurants. The resort also has 3 golf courses that feature in Golfweek magazine’s list of Top 100 courses in the country, and the venue hosted the 2016 PGA Professional National Championship. It has 20 restaurants and 8 bars/lounges, as well as live music venues. The Oneida Indian Nation originates from the New York area.

Hotels near Turning Stone Casino

The complex has a wide range of accommodations on site, including a high-rise hotel, an informal inn, and a rustic-themed lodge. In all, the venue has 700 guestrooms, which attract visitors for gaming, entertainment, and golf. The complex also has a luxurious spa, sports facilities, and nightclubs. Away from the venue, there are also several 2-star and 3-star hotels on the NY-365 highway, which are well-placed to house visitors to the casino complex. All are straightforward hotels offering free Wi-Fi and breakfast. The best time for a good deal on rooms is during the off-peak winter months.

Where to stay near Turning Stone Casino

As the Turning Stone Casino is a destination in its own right and has a diverse selection of accommodation, many visitors may spend their entire trip on the complex, taking advantage of the extensive facilities. The nearest major city is Syracuse, which has a good selection of museums, restaurants, and bars, and is convenient for Onandaga Lake. Another option is Verona Beach State Park, set on the banks of Oneida Lake, which has a selection of budget hotels and motels. The park is 11.5 miles from the casino.

Things to see near Turning Stone Casino

There are plenty of activities and sights to discover in upstate New York. For historians, Fort Stanwix (11.1 miles) was a colonial fort that was started in 1758 under the direction of British General John Stanwix. Another strand of history is celebrated at the International Boxing Hall of Fame (10.6 miles), which honors boxers and trainers from across the world. In Syracuse, the charming Rosamond Gifford Zoo features all the family favorites, such as lions, elephants, and penguins. The city also has the child-friendly Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology, which features a domed IMAX theater.

How to get to Turning Stone Casino

The Turning Stone Casino is located just off a major highway so is easy to reach by car. Take I-90 (NYS Thruway) and come off at Exit 33 (Verona). The venue is 37 miles east of Syracuse. You can fly into Syracuse Hancock International Airport (33.5 miles) and take a bus, a shuttle van, or a taxi to the resort. CoachUSA runs direct buses from Rochester, Buffalo, and Syracuse. Or to travel in style, there's a heliport adjacent to the resort, which is available 24 hours a day, with a valet service to the resort entrance.