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Looking for a larger-than-life casino with entertainment, gambling, food and fun? You are sure to find the ideal destination just a short chartered bus ride away. Each of the following casinos has its own unique style and assets, but they all have one thing in common — fun! Whether gambling at the tables, pulling the slots or watching a great show, these casinos have something for everyone to enjoy.

 

Foxwoods Resort Casino

350 Trolley Line Blvd.
Mashantucket, CT 06338
(800) 369-9663
www.foxwoods.com

Foxwoods Resort Casino is a spectacular hotel complex for gaming, shopping and entertainment. Located in the Northeast, this casino is easily accessible from Boston, Connecticut, NYC and Philadelphia. The complex is owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and houses six casinos. When the bus pulls in, you’ll find that there is something for every visitor to enjoy including award-winning golf, state-of-the-art theaters, world-renowned restaurants and exclusive, high-end retailers.

 

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Mohegan Sun

1 Mohegan Sun Blvd.
Uncasville, CT 06382
(888) 226-7711
www.mohegansun.com

The Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut owns the three world-class casinos at this road trip destination. There is also a family entertainment center called FamilyQuest/Cyber Quest, a relaxing spa and a convention center. Among the other amenities are world-renowned live concerts and a 55-foot indoor waterfall. There are over forty restaurants on site that offer everything from fast food to gourmet meals that you can enjoy in between activities.

 

Twin River Casino

100 Twin River Road
Lincoln, RI 02865
1(877) 827-4837
www.twinriver.com

Rhode Island’s largest gaming and entertainment venue simulcasts the thoroughbred and greyhound racing in addition to the usual slots and gaming tables. Located about 15 minutes from Providence and about one hour from Boston, there are 4,200 video slots and over 5,000 gaming positions available at Twin River Casino. Headline entertainment graces the stage the Twin River Event Center, while the Lighthouse Bar and the Shipyard Bar are renowned for their free, live music shows.

 

Casino Resorts In Atlantic City

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Caesars Atlantic City
2100 Pacific Ave.
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 348-4411
www.caesars.com

Bally’s Atlantic City
1900 Pacific Ave
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 340-2000
www.caesars.com/ballys-ac

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa
1 Borgata Way
Atlantic City, NJ 08401
(609) 317-1000
www.theborgata.com

There are several casino resorts in the Atlantic City area, all of which offer a great day or night of gaming and entertainment. Caesars is just steps from the famous Atlantic City boardwalk and features over 135 gaming tables. Bally’s offers 21 different restaurants, six bars and two pools, in addition to 22,000 square feet of gaming and non-stop fun. The Borgata is located in the marina district and hosts the largest poker room in Atlantic City.

 

Philadelphia Casinos

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SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia
1001 N Delaware Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125
(877) 477-3715
www.sugarhousecasino.com

Parx Casino and Racing
2999 Street Road
Bensalem, PA 19020
(888) 588-7279
www.parxcasino.com

Harrah’s Philadelphia Casino and Racetrack
777 Harrah’s Blvd.
Chester, PA 19013
(800) 480-8020
www.caesars.com

There are three casino and gaming parlors in the Philadelphia area, all of which are great destinations for an adventurous charter bus road trip. SugarHouse Casino was the first to open and is situated on the shores of the Delaware River. Parx Casino is about 20 minutes north of the city, and Harrah’s is just south of the city. Each venue has its own special attributes. SugarHouse is surrounded by public green space and is close to other Philly attractions. Parx offers a variety of dining options and a 360 bar and nightclub, while Harrah’s features gaming and horse racing.

 

This article was written by Nancy Burger of Examiner.com for CBS Local.