Ontario Casino Entertainment
Casinos in Ontario offer a wide range of entertainment — from gaming, concerts and shows, to romantic getaways. The following is a list of some of Ontario’s most popular casinos and their upcoming events, tournaments and specials.
At Casino Niagara, we strive to provide you with more down-to-earth, round-the-clock fun than you can imagine! We’ve got over 1,700 slot and video poker machines, 70 tables of gaming excitement, three restaurants and three bars.
Operating 24-hours a day, seven days a week since July 31, 1996, Casino Rama is Ontario’s only First Nation’s commercial casino. The Casino offers a complete entertainment experience with over 2,500 slot machines, more than 110 gaming tables, nine unique restaurants, a world-class 5,200 seat Entertainment Centre and a 300-room all-suite, full-service hotel, featuring spa and health club facilities.
Caesars Windsor is operated by Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc., the world’s largest provider of branded casino entertainment through operating subsidiaries. Casino Windsor is transforming into a luxurious resort destination scheduled to be completed in early 2008. A multi-functional 5000-seat entertainment centre will spotlight world-class performers and 100,000 square feet of convention space will set a new standard for resort destinations in the Windsor-Detroit area.
The Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort is the single largest provincial investment ever made in the Niagara region and is currently the largest commercial development in Canada. The 2.5 million square foot complex includes more than 3,000 slot machines and 150 gaming tables, a 368-room five-star hotel, fine-dining restaurants, 50,000 square feet of meeting/conference space, a health spa, a retail facility, a 1,500-seat theatre and much
MOHAWK RACING AND SLOTS
After 35 years as Canada’s premier 5/8ths mile harness oval, Mohawk was transformed into a one-of-a-kind 7/8th’s mile oval track after a massive $2 million summer overhaul, opening on September 14, 1998 to rave reviews from fans and horsemen alike. In August 1999, the track unveiled a new slot area complete with 750 machines, a racebook featuring racing from around North America and eating areas. Tens of thousands of customers visit Mohawk each week.
WOODBINE RACING AND SLOTS
Woodbine is the most famous name in Canadian race course history. The track is home to the $1 million Queen’s Plate, North America’s oldest continuously run stakes race; the $1 million ATTO Mile; the $1.5 million Canadian International and the $1 million North America Cup for Standardbreds. In addition Woodbine is home to the Breeders’ Stakes, third and final gem in Canada’s Triple Crown of Thoroughbred Racing (comprised of The Queen’s Plate; Prince of Wales Stakes, run at Fort Erie; and The Breeders’ Stakes).