You asked we listened!
Prime Rib will continue on Sundays at Champions Buffet and we will honor your coupons for July.
Local AttractionsCentral New York State offers an exciting array of attractions, museums, shopping, recreation and other adventures. For information, contact the Oneida County Convention & Visitors Bureau http://oneidacountycvb.com/.
Cooperstown Baseball Hall of FameExperience baseball season in full swing. Honors the history of baseball in the U.S. and those who have played with an extensive display of baseball-related artifacts and exhibits.
Adirondack Scenic RailroadAll aboard! Departing from Utica's Union Station, take a railroad adventure in the Adirondack Wilderness! Passes through remote forests, rivers and streams to take us back to the Golden Age of Railroading.
Erie Canal VillageStep back in time. This outdoor museum - an 1840's canal village located where the first shovelful of earth was turned for the Erie Canal - features mule drawn boat rides, train excursions, historic buildings and demonstrations.
Fort StanwixFollow in the paths of history. In 1777, Fort Stanwix withstood a 21-day siege by British forces that contributed to the victory by American forces at Saratoga. Reconstructed on the original site, it looks just like it did during the Revolution.
Rome Capitol TheatreFor silent movie history buffs. This historic 1928 theatre features silent movies accompanied by an historic Moller theatre organ, live theatrical performances, big bands and jazz, modern classic cinema and science fiction films.
VERNON DOWNS CASINO & HOTEL
4229 Stuhlman Rd
Vernon, New York 13476
PHONE: 1-877-88-VERNON (1-877-888-3766)
Sunday - Thursday: 9am - 2am • Friday & Saturday: 9am - 3am
YOUR CLUB HOURS
Sunday - Thursday: 9am-12am • Friday & Saturday: 9am - 2:45pm
NY LOTTERY CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER
Monday - Saturday: 9am -10pm • Sunday: Noon - 10pm
Vernon Downs Casino & Hotel is 100% Smoke Free!
Vernon Downs Hotel is AAA Approved
Gambling problem? Please call the 24-hour toll free help line
1-877-8-HOPE-NY or visit the NY Council on Problem Gambling.