Gambling in New Brunswick
Most of the gambling businesses and activities in New Brunswick are regulated by the Atlantic Lottery Corporation - all but charitable gambling and horse racing. As for the laws, New Brunswick province follows the same laws as the rest of Canada - all gambling activities are legal, including access to foreign online casinos.
Top Land Based Casinos of New Brunswick
At the time of writing, there are only six land based gambling facilities in the province of New Brunswick. The cities that can boast a casino or a betting venue are Edmundston, Fredericton, Montcon, Saint John, and Woodstock First Nation. Below, we review three of the most popular brick and mortar casinos for your entertainment!
Casino New Brunswick (Moncton)
This facility offers poker, slots, hotel, SPA, and restaurants. There are 18 table games, 600+ slot machines, and 5 poker tables. Plus, there is a high limit private room for high roller players. There are meeting and event space, a pub, and a hotel and SPA facility.
Eagle's Nest Gaming (Woodstock First Nation)
This Native American facility is located south of Woodstock. It offers poker, bingo, and slots. Poker rooms are created specifically for skilled high roller players, and the slot machine hall contains up to 100 machines. There is an event space, and a restaurant.
Fredericton Raceway (Fredericton)
This racing facility features horse racing and off track racing, and some restaurants for dining. The racetrack is very old - it was founded back in 1887, and has been popular since then.