Learn more about New York’s land-based gaming facilities with our in-depth profiles of each land-based property in New York below. To learn more about any property, including the property’s plans for online poker and casino games, just click the link on the property name.

List of casinos in New York

AkwesanseThe Akwesasne Mohawk Casino is a full-service casino resort in Hogansburg, New York owned and operated by the Mohawk Nation. It features 130,000 square-feet of gaming space with more than 1,600 slot machines and 35 table games. There is also a Bingo Palace, hotel, spa, numerous dining options and a lounge on the property.
BataviaBatavia Downs Gaming & Hotel is one of Western New York's premier Racinos built on a property that once housed the United States' first lit harness racing track. A $7.5 million hotel was opened up in November 2016 and the property now boasts more than 60,000 square feet of gaming space in Genesee County between Buffalo and Rochester just off of the New York State Thruway. Batavia Downs now features gaming, shopping, dining, live racing and accommodations all available on site, including live and simulcast horse racing, pari-mutuel wagering and more than 800 VLTs.
del Lago
The del Lago Resort & Casino in Waterloo, New York opened in February 1, 2017 as one of four new commercial casino operations in the state. The 94,000 square-foot $440 million resort and casino includes more than 2,000 slot machines and close to 90 table games. The live poker room on site opened up in February 2017 with 12 tables. del Lago Resort & Casino then opened up a 205-room hotel and spa on the property in the summer of 2017.
Empire CityEmpire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway is one of New York's largest Racino facilities. It features a massive variety of slots, electronic table games, live and simulcast harness racing and a host of food, drink and entertainment options. The facility is just minutes from New York City at the historic Yonkers Raceway. The facility currently features more than 120,000 square feet of gaming space with more than 5,300 VLTs.
Finger LakesFinger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack is a thoroughbred horse-racing facility and Racino in Farmington, New York. The property is 25 miles southeast of Rochester, NY and offers more than 44,000 square-feet of gaming space with 1,500 Video Lottery Terminal gaming machines. The facility also offers live thoroughbred horse racing from mid-April through early December. Simulcast racing and pari-mutuel wagering is is available all year round.
HamburgHamburg Gaming is a Racino property that is part of the Buffalo Raceway at the Erie County Fairgrounds in Hamburg, New York. The property hosts Video Lottery Terminal gaming, live and simulcast harness racing, and a variety of food and beverage options. Hamburg Gaming boats 55,000 square feet of gaming space with more than 940 Video Lottery Terminals.
LakeSideLakeSide Entertainment is a small Native American Casino in Union Springs, New York that is owned and operated by the Cayuga Nation. It opened as a bingo hall in 2004 offering bingo and pull-tabs. After years of legal battles it reopened in 2014 and now features more than 80 Video Lottery Terminal games.
MonticelloMonticello Gaming and Raceway is a harness racing track and Racino in Monticello, New York in the Catskill Mountains. The raceway and Racino offers 40,000 square feet of gaming space with more than 1,000 Video Lottery Terminals and 40 electronic table games. The facility also offers pari-mutuel wagering on live harness races, and simulcasts of harness and thoroughbred races from racetracks across the country.
Resorts WorldResorts World Casino New York is New York City's only casino. Technically a Racino, the gaming facility opened in 2011 at the Aqueduct Racetrack in Queens, NY featuring 415,000 square foot of gaming space over two floors. The Times Square Casino Level on the first floor features 2,800 VLTs and electronic table games. The Fifth Avenue Casino Level on the second floor features over 2,500 VLTs and electronic table games. Resorts World Casino New York also hosts pari-mutuel wagering on live and simulcast horse races through Aqueduct Racetrack.
Rivers CasinoRivers Casino & Resort Schenectady opened on February 8, 2017 as one of four new commercial casino properties in the State of New York. The casino and resort is a big part of the $480 million Mohawk Harbor redevelopment plan in Schenectady, New York. It features 50,000 square feet of gaming space with 1,200 slot machines and more than 65 table games. A live Poker Room on site also opened in February 2017 with 15 tables.
SaratogaThe Saratoga Casino-Hotel was New York's first Racino, opening at the Saratoga Springs, New York harness racing track in 2004. The name of the property was officially changed to Saratoga Casino-Hotel when a hotel opened on the property in July 2016. The first floor grandstand casino floor now boasts more than 1,700 VLTs and electronic table games. The facility also hosts betting on simulcast and live horse racing from its 1⁄2-mile standardbred race track on the second floor.
SenecaThe Seneca Nation of Indians owns and operates three Native American casino properties in Western New York through the Seneca Gaming Corporation. The group also owns and operates a handful of poker rooms, bingo halls, and small gaming operations in the area through its Seneca Gaming and Entertainment subsidiary. Seneca's Native American casino properties include the Seneca Niagara Resort & Casino in Niagara Falls, NY, the Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino in Salamanca, NY and the Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino in downtown Buffalo, NY.
Resorts World CatskillsResorts World Catskills is a commercial casino and resort scheduled to open in Monticello, New York in the Spring of 2018. The $1 billion casino and resort is expected to bring 80,000-sq. ft of casino gaming to the Catskill Mountains, including 100 table games and 2,000 slot machines. The property will also include a 390-room luxury hotel, dozens of restaurants, resort amenities and year-round entertainment options.
Yellow Brick RoadThe Yellow Brick Road Casino is a $20 million Wizard of Oz inspired Native American casino in Chittenango, New York - The birthplace of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum. The casino includes 60,000 square feet of gaming space with more than 440 slots and video poker machines and upwards of a dozen table games. The Yellow Brick Road Casino's Wizard of Oz theme extends to the casino and all four restaurants and bars on the property.
Tioga DownsThe Tioga Downs Casino opened up in December 2016 in Nichols, New York as one of four new commercial casino properties in the state. The 800-VLT Racino property underwent a $134 million expansion after being granted a commercial casino license. The gaming floor was expanded to 33,000 square feet with 1,000 new slot machines and 40 different table games. The property's Winner’s Circle Lounge was re-purposed as the casino’s new 12-table Poker Room.
Turning StoneTurning Stone Casino Resort in Verona, New York was New York State's first and only land-based casino when it opened in 1993. It has since developed into a massive full-service resort and casino with more than 120,000 square feet of gaming space. The casino includes upwards of 80 table games, more than 2,000 slot and video poker gaming machines, a live Poker Room with more than 30 tables, a keno lounge and a High Stakes Bingo hall. Resort facilities include world-class golf, entertainment, dining, spa and accommodations at four different hotel options with over 700 total rooms.
Vernon DownsVernon Downs Casino & Hotel is a Racino property in Vernon, New York. The facility includes harness racing, Video Lottery Terminal gaming, entertainment and a hotel. The property now features 33,000 square feet of gaming space with more than 770 VLTs. Vernon Downs also features live harness racing from April to November and pari-mutuel wagering available on daily simulcasts all year-round.
Point PlacePoint Place Casino is the third casino under the Oneida Nation banner. It opened in March of 2018. Located in Birdgeport, NY in historic Madison County, the casino is slightly smaller than Yellow Brick Road, but closer to Syracuse, NY. The propert is smoke-free, and features 430 slots and 14 table games.