Casino Rama Information


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Casino Rama is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With over 2100 slot machines and 109 gambling tables, the Casino is designed to cater to thousands of visitors each day. There are three restaurants within the main Casino building and the Silver Nightingale Lounge offers nightly entertainment. There are parking spaces for 2,000 cars on site and extensive satellite parking.(See map.)

Location

Casino Rama is situated on the eastern side of Lake Couchiching, approximately 12 kilometres from Downtown Orillia. The map below shows its location, and the major roads in the area.

How To Get There

By car By Train Other By Snowmobile



By Car


From Highway #11: If you are coming from the south, there are Casino parking lots just south of Orillia, at Forest Home (see map). There are regular shuttle buses running from all Casino parking lots. For those who wish to drive to the Casino, take Highway #12 South, then turn left on the Rama Road, just over the Narrows Bridge. Continue on the Rama Road for about 5 minutes. The Casino is on the right.
If you are coming from the north, you can either turn off at Washago and turn right on the Rama Road, or you can continue on to Orillia. There, take either Highway 12 South, or continue on to the Casino parking lots.
From Highway #12: If you are coming north on Highway 12, there is a Casino parking lot at Atherley (see map). There will be shuttle buses running from all Casino parking lots. Otherwise, turn right at the Rama Road, just before the Narrows Bridge.

Snowmobilers!

Attention all snowmobilers. Casino Rama has recently announced that there will be a snowmobile trail leading to the Casino, with a fenced area for parking. As further details are available, they will be posted here.

Other Methods

Regular shuttle buses run from several locations in Orillia.


For more information, contact Rama Casino at 1-888-817-RAMA(7262), or Orillia District Chamber of Commerce at (705)-326-4424.

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