Lakeside Entertainment is a small New York casino located on the bank of Cayuga Lake in Union Springs, New York, around 40 miles southwest of Syracuse. It belongs to the Cayuga Nation, a Native American tribe in the state.
The casino consists of the main building and a parking lot, and it houses 86 video lottery terminals. It doesn’t have a Class III gambling license, so you won’t find any table or poker games.
The venue does not have a hotel or other accommodations, but it features a snack bar. Additionally, patrons must be at least 18 years old.
Lakeside Entertainment casino details
- Name: Lake Entertainment
- Address: 271 Cayuga St., Union Springs, NY 13160
- Phone number: 315-889-5416
- Hours of operation: Sunday to Thursday, 10 a.m. to 12 a.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
- Games available: 86 VLTs
Lakeside Entertainment gaming & facilities
|86 (Class II)
|Yes (in dedicated areas)
Lakeside Entertainment slot machines
Lakeside Entertainment is a small and cozy gambling facility. Its floor offers 86 electronic gambling machines, mainly from Everi. Since the casino has a Class II gambling license, it cannot offer poker and other traditional casino games.
The games at Lakeside Entertainment operate like slot machines, but they are actually video lottery terminals. They accept cash, and players receive vouchers if they win. The denominations range from just $0.30 to $9. Here are some of the most popular real-money slot options:
- Goldilocks and the 3 Bears
- Willie Nelson Progressive
- Bonnie and Clyde
- Triple 777’s Jackpot
- Jackpot Inferno
Lakeside Entertainment table games
Lake Entertainment doesn’t offer any table games.
Does Lakeside Entertainment have a poker/card room?
No, Lakeside Entertainment doesn’t have a poker room or offer any card games.
Does Lakeside Entertainment have a sportsbook?
No, it doesn’t, and it does not appear to have plans to open one.
Lakeside Entertainment rewards program
Lakeside Entertainment doesn’t currently run any reward programs.
Can you get free play at Lakeside Entertainment?
The casino offers regular promotions to its patrons. However, its official website and social media pages feature no information on free play specifically. You can check out the available promotions directly at the site.
Lakeside Entertainment history and current owners
Lakeside Entertainment opened in 2004. The Cayuga Nation bought the premises from NAPA Auto Parts in 2003 and turned the building into a bingo hall a year later. However, the venue closed in October 2005 due to a jurisdictional dispute with authorities.
After an unsuccessful attempt to reopen the facility in 2013, the efforts finally came to fruition in March 2014 after the state negotiated with the local tribes, which resulted in a compact guaranteeing the Cayuga Nation the right to operate a gambling facility.
In 2020, the Cayuga Nation applied for a Class III license, but the US Department of the Interior rejected it.
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The Cayuga Nation of New York owns Lakeside Entertainment.
There is no information about the price of drinks at the casino’s snack bar.
You have to be at least 18 years old to play at Lakeside Entertainment.
Yes, patrons can smoke in dedicated areas.
The casino has 86 electronic gambling terminals.
No, the casino doesn’t currently offer any social casino apps.
Lakeside Entertainment is located in the Finger Lakes region of New York — an area of breathtaking nature and picturesque views. The casino is also in the vicinity of the Frontenac Historical Society & Museum, which offers a lot of information on the history of central New York.