Direction for our guests
Follow signs onto I-93 SOUTH. Take exit #1 onto I-95 SOUTH toward PROVIDENCE RI – go 20.7 mi. Take exit #4 onto I-295 SOUTH toward WARWICK RI/WOONSOCKET RI – go 27.7 mi. Merge onto I-95 SOUTH – go 27.7 mi. Take exit #93/CT-216 toward CLARKS FALLS – go 0.2 mi. Turn Right on CLARKS FALLS RD[CT-216] – go < 0.1 mi. Turn Left on PROVIDENCE NEW LONDON TPKE[CT-184] – go 3.4 mi. Turn Right on NORWICH WESTERLY RD[CT-2] – go 2.6 mi. Arrive at 373 NORWICH WESTERLY RD, NORTH STONINGTON, on the Left.
Follow signs to TRIBOROUGH BRG toward BRUCKNER EXPWY/GRAND CENTRAL PKWY. Take ramp onto I-278 EAST toward BRONX/UPSTATE NY/NEW ENGLAND – go 5.5 mi. Merge onto I-95 NORTH – go 195 mi. Take the CT-2 exit- EXIT 92- toward CT-49 / NO. STONINGTON / PAWCATUCK. Turn left onto CT-2/Liberty Street. Continue to Follow CT-2W. Enter next turnabout and take 2nd exit onto CT-2W/Norwich Westerly Rd. Hotel on left.
Metro-North offers a getaway package, which includes round-trip rail fare, bus connection from train depot to casino, and casino bonus package.
Purchase tickets at Grand Central, 125th Street, Fordham, or Stamford stations, but be sure to ask the ticket agent for a copy of the customer letter as it includes the schedule for train/bus connections.
Schedule: Daily departures. Call Metro-North for current schedule at 212 -532-4900; outside of the city call 800-METRO-INFO.
Travel Time: 3 1/2 – 4 hours
Train: From Penn Station take Amtrak to New London, CT.
Schedule: Schedule: Trains depart approximately every 2 hours. Call AMTRAK at 1-800-USA-RAIL to confirm schedule.
Travel Time: 2 1/2 hours
The town of North Stonington in Southeast Connecticut on the Rhode Island border, covers 56.3 square miles and is home to approximately 4,540 residents. Named in 1724 for the stony character of the hilly countryside, North Stonington was incorporated in 1807. Farms, mills, tanneries, iron works and cottage weaving contributed to a prosperous and renowned mercantile center in the 1800s. Changing times have left dairy farming the principal industry. North Stonington includes the settlements of Clarks Falls, Laurel Glen, Pendleton Hill.