The Great Blue Heron Charity Casino, Port Perry
Categories: Casinos & Gambling, Fun & Games
Try your luck at The Great Blue Heron Charity Casino, a casino that spoils you for choice with 60 table games, hundreds of slot machines, and tournaments. If you're new to casinos, staff will teach you the game rules. If you just want to soak up the atmosphere and action of the floor, head there to enjoy a daily buffet with a large selection of dishes, a pub-style bar and grill, and a cocktail bar in the slot hall. Using our world travel planner, Port Perry attractions like The Great Blue Heron Charity Casino can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Blue Heron is exactly what you should expect, regular patron. New point system major step in right direction. Wish they would stop with 200 plus hand pays as jackpots. Costs us time and them money whi... read more »
No hotel rooms or entertainment available just slots and gaming tables. The buffet restaurant is good and the food is reasonable. The bar is slow in service and they only allow to buy one drink per pe... read more »
Stopped in after travelling all day for work, needed a break. First impression is good when you walk into the place, went to use the bank machine, its a casino, I needed money, and WHAT?!?!?! $3.75 se... read more »
You can be sure to get a great bowl if soup here almost anytime, except after kitchen hours. Buffet has different themes from around the world and there is a great menu to order from as well. Pop and plain coffee are always complimentary. Service is fairly good. Some waitresses could use a lesson in compassion.
I can honestly say this is one of the worst casinos I have been to in terms of dealers, atmosphere, parking, games, service, and bar. There is little to say that is positive about this place. The power went out midway through the day, there was AT LEAST 50 people on the 1-2 NL list for poker but they wouldn't open another table. Halfway through being at a blackjack table with $15 minimum, the pit boss comes over and increases the minimum to $25, but the people there prior to the increase could not keep the same limits. The dealers don't talk, the pit bosses don't smile. I asked for a double scotch, the bartender said they were not allowed to serve doubles, so my friend said he would get one, and she promptly refused to serve us both. THIS PLACE IS HORRIBLY MANAGED. Go to Rama, or Niagara, or Gatineau.
This place cheats. I was playing and winning roulette one night and the dealer raked my winning chips worth several hundred dollars. They reviewed the cameras and said that I had 20 dollars on the spot. I argued and they reviewed it again saying 40 dollars. I argues again and they said it was exactly 80 dollars. Was anyone actually reviewing the cameras or were they just out to screw me. You decide.
This casino has a slightly dated and dim interior. There is a bar, a hot foods section, and an all-you-can-eat buffet to pizzas. There are a few gambling tables in the central section but it wasn't overly crowded in the early afternoon. There are plentiful parking available and the service is generally helpful.
Horrible casino experience. 1) 6 electronic table games had lights out, buttons not working or out of order signs on them. PS--video blackjack is super boring as there's no interaction...its u and a screen 2) The dealers don't talk. Most casinos, the dealers will talk with the players to get the excitement going, with bubbly personalities.......not here. you could hear crickets at these tables. Ask a bit boss why the dealers don't talk and you the reply from 2 bosses is "This is serious business and their jobs are serious. They will explain the rules if you are unfamiliar with play. Otherwise, we don't encourage interaction with patrons".....so BORING in other words. 3) The Asians and chineese dealers DO NOT SMILE, DO NOT TALK and DO NOT congratulate when you win. its obvious they are making either minimum wage or are illegal immigrants 4) Dirty Dirty washrooms, no toilet paper, garbages over flowing. 5) The SADDEST tuna sandwhich ever. paper thin (looks like a mcdonalds hamburger) and it came with exactly 20 skinny French fries....$7 bucks for a snack suitable for a toddler. We had a group of 6, we brought a total of $3,000. After 2 hours of boredom we left. Drive the extra 2 hours to Gananoque for a real casino...the blue heron is total bullshit boring and dirty.
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