A part of the Onieda Casino complex, one-half mile from the Casino and numerous golf courses, Turning Stone is one really fine campground. The park offers fast WiFi, generous cable, and great amenities including a heated pool with lifeguard and jacuzzi. Also nicely landscaped sites, daily trash removal (including new can liners!) from each site, wonderful jogging paths, and best of all: one phone call gets you a site-to-casino (and back again) shuttle service 24/7.
The odds felt a little worse than usual on the video poker, plus the payouts are a bit more complicated than at other casinos, but waddya gonna do?. Try the Italian restaurant… four stars! Also the spa offers a great fullbody massage. At about $55 a night on weekends and $45 on weekdays, it’s a little steep, but the amenities (and the generally child-free and upscale clientele) make this one of the best campgrounds (along with the Key West MM12 KOA–an excellent place!) we have ever visited.
We lost a steelbelt in one of our tires and had four new tires (at a good price) installed with no hassle. For economy-minded campers, there is an overflow lot that is perfectly acceptable to drycamp at and use the free shuttle service.
Is there tent sites or just for rv. Three was a place close by but they closed.I’m looking to go camping in the area and looking for a camp ground for tents
Interested in staying in the area for June, July, August and September 2015.
Could information be sent to me for sites that would accommodate a 36 foot coach along with our 24 foot trailer. WE would like a pull through with 50 amp plug in, water and sewage hook up.
Could we get your pricing for a spot by the month or any discounts if more than a month length stay. What other cost would be for utilities if any.
Do you need reservations?
We want to visit the campground. How do we get the pictures of the sites and the rates?
My wife and i plan to visit Turning Stone Campgrounds this summer. Please mail us you most recent brochure: 214 Ardmore Avenue, Ardmore Pa 19003. Thank You So Much.
Michael, you will need to contact the campground to get that information.
Hope there is room up there?
I guess the place is perfect for camping lover as well as casino lovers only you’ll be needing lots of lots of money (lol)… But yes we should not be concentrating on the casino factor. Definitely the site is terrific for camping that the family will surely enjoy. They have a lot to offer especially for young ones. Name it and they have it.
I suggest that you contact the campground directly.
We are interested in visiting your campground this summer. Please send brochure or pictures of facility. Thanks. Mike Frey
One should not feel that they need to be “Casino Oriented” to stay at the Villages at Turning Stone. The campground itself is terrific and in season provides a good variety of activities for all ages. And, it is located a good mile away from the Casino, so if that is not your thing you will hardly know it is there. However, if you do want to take advantage of it there is a convenient, free shuttle bus that will pick you up at your site.
The facilities are about as good as you get short of a “motorcoach resort” and the staff is helpful and friendly.
Security is excellent – provided by the Onieda Nation Police.
It is a nice campground, and of course the first class casino action. The several hotels around the casino are a great opportunity to escape the rig for a bit. The tower offers views of the Adirondacks, Catskills, and Tug Hill Plateau in the distance. There’s also lots of fishing, hiking, and tourism opportunities in the immerdiate area.
For a show, the casino has two showrooms featuring big name entertainment. Even if you’re not into gambling, Turningstone Resort is worth a bit of your time when passing through upstate New York.